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Science Café Panelists to Discuss Climate Change Tuesday
Science Café panelists John Hehr, Dan Skoff and Jeannie Whayne will discuss world reactions to climate change from 6:30 to 8 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 26, at Powerhouse restaurant.
U of A, NSF and National Association of Black Geoscientists Collaboration a Win for All Attendees
Timmera Whaley, a first-year doctoral student, earned second prize nationally and an NABG scholarship for her presentation on using geography to assess environmental justice in Alabama.
GMO Foods Documentary Coming to Campus, Oct. 18
Food Evolution, by Academy Award-nominated director Scott Hamilton Kennedy, will be shown at 6 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 18, in the Arkansas Union Theatre.
Get the Grant: Free Workshop Presented by Successful U of A Grant Writers
Fulbright College and the vice provost for research and innovation will host a free workshop Oct. 4 for the U of A community dedicated to the art of nationally competitive grant writing.
NSF Funds Project to Create Commercial Fertilizer Out of Wastewater Nutrients
University of Arkansas researchers are part of the technology design and life-cycle analysis to convert wastewater byproduct to fertilizer.
Pythons in the Everglades; New Short Talks From the Hill Season Launches Today
In the first episode of the new school year, herpetologist J.D. Willson discusses the impact of invasive Burmese pythons in the Florida Everglades.
Garvan Gardens Hosts Trail Run, Health Walks, Photography Exhibit and Workshops in September
September at Garvan Woodland Gardens brings activities such as health walks, a photography exhibit and workshops on knot tying, plant disease prevention and watercolor painting.
Entomology Department Provides Free Insect Identification Service
Fascinated by a tiny, six-legged visitor and want to know more? The Department of Entomology provides arthropod identifications to individuals, businesses, schools, colleges, and government agencies.
Safety Tips for Viewing the Eclipse
The ASG will hold a free cookout from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday on the Union Mall, and the Pat Walker Health Center and Mertins Eye and Optical will have special glasses available for viewing the eclipse.
Research Team Explores Impact of Climate Change on Future of Fresh Fruits and Vegetables
A variety of environmental problems threaten the world's supply of fresh fruits and vegetables. Marty Matlock and Greg Thoma are part of a team of researchers exploring this problem.