Founding Faculty Member Takes Helm in Department of Biomedical Engineering

Jeffrey Wolchok, also well-known for his strong record as a student mentor, will assume his new duties July 1.

Did Biosecurity Lessons in 2015 Curb the 2022 Bird Flu Outbreak Deaths? An Arkansas Agricultural Economist Has a Clue.

Jada Thompson, assistant professor of agribusiness in the Department of Agricultural Economics and Agribusiness, said one factor indicates proper biosecurity may have had a significant impact.

Spring 2022 Chancellor's and Deans' Lists Now Available

Students with a 4.0 GPA qualify for the Chancellor’s List; students with averages between 3.75 and 4.0 are named to the Dean’s List.

Participate in a Time-Restricted Feeding, Nutrition and Health Study

The Department of Food Science and the Center for Human Nutrition at the U of A are recruiting adults between the ages of 23-65 years to participate in a nutrition study related to time-restricted feeding (eating for eight hours and fasting for 16 hours each day). 

PRIDE Month: Harvey 'Lee' Goodwin

Harvey "Lee" Goodwin, a Little Rock native, was a talented and internationally known female impersonator with a career spanning more than three decades.

Call for Scholarly Contributions to the Fall issue of Inquiry Journal

Contributions to Inquiry Journal will include original research articles and presentations (including posters, research blogs, art exhibitions, audio and video presentations of theater and musical performances). The deadline for submission for contributions to the next issue is Aug. 29, 2022.

Participants Needed for a Lunch Study

The Department of Food Science and the Center for Human Nutrition are recruiting adults over the age of 18 to participate in a study related to food intake at lunch. 

UAConnect Access to be Suspended Tomorrow for Year-End Reporting

UAConnect access will be suspended at 10 p.m. tomorrow, June 30, for end-of-year reporting purposes.

New Course: Italian for Romance Language Speakers I (ITAL 1113)

Designed for students with previous knowledge of another Romance language, this intensive Italian course provides an accelerated introduction to Italian.

New Ag Economist Focuses on Food Systems and Agricultural Supply Chains

Trey Malone, assistant professor in the Department of Agricultural Economics and Agribusiness for the Arkansas Agricultural Experiment Station, says marketing in a world with endless options requires producers to know more about consumer demand.

New Library Catalog System Launches July 6

The new OneSearch system comes with enhanced features for users and will allow students, faculty and staff to search across all University Libraries collections — both online and print — and to access, request, share and save items in one place. 

New 'International in NWA' Podcast Available Photo Submitted

New 'International in NWA' Podcast Available

The episode, titled "Papers Please! The Importance of Keeping Immigration Documents," features a conversation with Adam Cohen, an attorney in the Memphis office of Siskind Susser.

Angela Oxford to Leave the University, but Continues With Community Engagement Rachael Knubowitz

Angela Oxford to Leave the University, but Continues With Community Engagement

There will be a "see you later" drop-in reception on July 12 from 3 p.m. - 5 p.m. in the Center for Community Engagement office in the Arkansas Union A643.

Austin Kersey of El Dorado, left, receives a framed diploma Thursday for his bachelor's degree in nursing from Sarah Bemis, assistant director of the Eleanor Mann School of Nursing at the U of A. Submitted

RazorBug Tour Delivers El Dorado Man's Diploma, Celebrates Career Success

U of A faculty and staff members traveled throughout south Arkansas last week to present diplomas to some of the recent graduates who earned degrees in online programs. The tour continues this week in the River Valley.

Students in the Transition Employment Program Summer Camp toured the Arkansas Career Development Center (ACDC) and learned skills in welding. Other students who toured ACDC learned skills in culinary arts and woodworking. From left, Trey Shaffer, Connor Woods, Caleb Wilson, David Howard, ARS staffer Angala Moss, Elayna O'Neal, Judy Smith with ARS, UA CURRENTS Director Dr. Robin Freeman, Jessie Sanders and Kasi Vellucci with Arkansas Easter Seals. Photo Submitted

UA CURRENTS Offers Summer Camp for High School Seniors Who Have Disabilities

Twenty-four students from across Arkansas participated in the camp, which was developed by the Arkansas Transition Project and the Arkansas Career Development Center.