Michael Kotutwa Johnson, research associate with the Native American Agriculture Fund, will talk about the "Continuity of Hopi Agriculture" at 3:30 p.m. Monday, Jan. 27, in Plant Science Building 009.
Students can get their free tickets and non-students can purchase tickets from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday and Tuesday, Jan. 27-28, in front of the Arkansas Union Food Court.
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This study aims to investigate Afro-Latino's experiences within the Latino community and the way these experiences shape identity.
This race will take place on campus starting at the Razorback Gardens on Saturday, March 7, and will include both a 5k and 10k race.
The lecture will cover five stories about Pompeii, discussing the common lives of Romans. The lunch seminar will discuss the excavation of an ancient funerary monument under a 17th-century basilica and the life and context of the man buried there.
Fuller, who serves as research coordinator in the Department of Biomedical Engineering, was honored for her work supporting faculty and staff members.
The camp is open to kindergarteners through sixth-graders.
Cuban will present "Driven: Tales of Getting Back on the Road" at noon Tuesday, Jan. 28, in the E.J. Ball Courtroom on the second floor of Waterman Hall.
This unique space, located at the corner of Dickson and Block, is intended to support seed-stage companies as they work toward financial viability.
The recent upgrade featured changes to user profiles, the addition of hosted attendance tracking, new originality report layouts and expanded calendar integration.
Longtime contributor, supporter and friend of the U of A and Razorback Athletics, Marilyn Bogle passed away Thursday.
A team of researchers and medical professionals has been awarded a grant from the National Institutes of Health to develop a better way of using images of the heart in surgery planning.
Three graduate students from the Department of English recently had their work featured in nationally or internationally recognized publications, including BARS Blog, Literature/Film Quarterly, and Lovecraft Annual.
This week Steinmetz released an expanded explanation of his seventh action item, which makes the case for hiring more faculty with "non-traditional" academic backgrounds to tenure-track positions, including master teachers.