Amanda Fleming, a graduate student in food science, has been named winner of two national scholarships, one from the American Society for Enology and Viticulture and one from the ASEV-Eastern Section.
Solomon Isu, a chemical engineering Ph.D. candidate, was awarded a $900 NSF travel award to present his research work at the North American Membrane Society's conference in Estes Park, Colorado.
The funding opportunity is for assistant professors who have not yet received major federal funding. The deadline for application submission is 11:59 p.m., Thursday, July 15.
The Association of Private Enterprise Education recently awarded University of Arkansas faculty member Patrick J. Wolf and alumnus Corey A. DeAngelis with The Journal of Private Enterprise's Best Paper Award.
Fred Miller, a science editor and photographer for the Division of Agriculture, and Michelle Parks, director of communications for the Fay Jones School, won awards from the national federation.
Center for Training Transportation Professionals Receives Arkansas Highway and Transportation Department Award
This award will provide for three years of continuing operations at the Center for Training Transportation Professionals.
The U of A Global Campus is accepting requests for enrollment in Self-Paced Online courses for the final summer session, which begins Friday, July 2, and ends Tuesday, Sept. 21. Deadline is June 20.
Researchers at the U of A are currently running a research study about CBD and mental health. If you are using CBD for stress or anxiety, you may be eligible to participate.
The SKY registered student organization is delighted to announce the online SKY Meditation Retreat offered especially for U of A faculty and staff July 13-15.
The videos will be used to promote HIPs implemented at the U of A as part of the HIP Conference and Conversations in July. Promote how your work advances student engagement, learning and/or equity.
A collaboration between professors Claretha Hughes and Yuanlu Niu and doctoral student Shana Yarberry resulted in a special issue of Advances in Development Human Resources.
Elizabeth Bullard, Erin Farmer, William Kirkpatrick, Kathleen McClanahan, Meagan Olsen, Joshua Porter and Amanda Walls received NSF Graduate Research Fellowships.
W. Dan Hendrix, president and chief executive officer of the World Trade Center Arkansas and associate vice chancellor, has announced his retirement as of June 30.
Qualified Arkansans can leverage free job training to help in returning to or advancing in the workforce, thanks to a federal grant of more than $13.5 million.