Pryor Center to Present 'Revealing Fayetteville's Hidden Cultural Landscape'
Sharon Killian and Jami J. Lockhart will present "Revealing Fayetteville's Hidden Cultural Landscape" at 6 p.m. Thursday, March 30, at the David and Barbara Pryor Center on the Fayetteville Square.
New Resource Developed to Address Common Pay Slip Questions
the U of A Payroll Services team has developed a new resource to "tour" a typical pay slip on Workday, with information and definitions for each section of the pay stub.
Call for Scholarly Contributions to Spring Issue of Inquiry, the U of A Undergraduate Research Journal
Inquiry, the journal of undergraduate research, welcomes contributions of research articles and presentations from U of A undergraduates in all disciplines for its next issue. Deadline is April 17.
Online Survey for Students, Employees on 24-Hour Movement Behaviors; Chance for $10 Gift Card
Faculty and staff who are at least 18 years of age are invited to participate in a research study about their movement behaviors (i.e., physical activity, sedentary behavior and sleep).
Women's History Month: Celia Cruz, Queen of Salsa
Celia Cruz (1925-2003), the singer known as the "Queen of Salsa," will be the first Afro-Latina to be featured on United States quarters.
High School Programming Contest Shows Promise for Future Generations
More than 70 students on 28 teams squared off in a test of programming and problem-solving throughout the day. The League of Dapper Gentlepersons won the award for most creative.
Funding Available for Research in Cell and Tissue Metabolism
Successful applications will be collaborative, interdisciplinary, should expand the applicant's research and have the potential to generate data for federal funding applications. Apply by April 15.
Applications Open for Science Venture Studio's Commercialization Fellowship
The Science Venture Studio is looking to hire five advanced senior or graduate students who can commit to 20 hours per week to work alongside the Science Venture Studio team. Apply by April 21.
Women's History Month: Rachel Carson and the Modern Environmental Movement
Rachel Carson, marine biologist and author of Silent Spring, inspired a 20th century environmental movement that led to President Richard Nixon forming the Environmental Protection Agency.
U of A Heartland Challenge Will Feature Student Startups From Across U.S.
Twelve teams representing eight universities and seven states will compete for a $100,000 prize pool in the fourth annual Heartland Challenge Startup Competition.
College of Education and Health Professions Forms Dean's Executive Advisory Board
The board will function as an advocacy group for the college and collaborate with Dean Kate Mamiseishvili on long-range strategic planning and identifying service and financial support opportunities.
Cooper Awarded Sylvia Lane Mentor Fellowship by Agricultural and Applied Economics Association
Courtney Cooper, a doctoral student in environmental dynamics, will work with Dawn Thilmany, a professor of agricultural economics at Colorado State University.
Christal Badour, Expert in Trauma, to Give Colloquium March 30
Alumna Christal Badour, an an associate professor at the University of Kentucky, will discuss sexual trauma during a lecture at 4 p.m. on Thursday, March 30, in Chemistry Building room 0144.
Engineering Faculty Travel to North Carolina to Connect With Educators and Students
Burak Eksioglu, industrial engineering professor and graduate program chair, and Ed Pohl, professor and department head, met with students in North Carolina to recruit graduate students.
Razorback Women's Basketball Takes on Texas Tech at 7 p.m. Friday
After defeating Stephen F. Austin in the second round, the Arkansas Razorbacks will take on Texas Tech at 7 p.m. Friday in Bud Walton Arena.