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Journalism's Gerald Jordan Named APA Journalism Educator of the Year

Journalism's Gerald Jordan has received many accolades over his career. Now the renowned educator and journalist, who is retiring after 27 years of teaching, will be able to add one more – the Arkansas Press Association's Journalism Educator Award.

Participants Needed for a Lunch Study

The study lasts up to eight weeks and involves four to five visits to the U of A and the Center for Human Nutrition.

Razorback Athletics Partners With RevelXP to Elevate Fan Tailgating Experiences on Game Days

The U of A announced today a partnership with RevelXP, the revolutionary fan experience and hospitality company for sports and entertainment brands, to provide game day tailgating and hospitality services beginning with the 2022 Razorback football season.

Self-Paced Online Courses Reduced in Fall 2022, Phased Out by Fall 2023

The U of A will phase out Self-Paced Online Courses by offering a reduced number of courses in Fall 2022 and ending offerings in 2023.

Water Conservation Focus of First Poultry Science Research Day

The goal of the event was to bring together faculty, students and professionals to highlight poultry science research efforts and encourage partnerships.

Adults Needed for Research Study

The study is looking for research participants who are not taking any drugs and has not taken antibiotics for the past six months.

Crop Insurance Ratings, Precision Agriculture Focus of Arkansas Agricultural Economist

Eunchun Park works with the Fryar Price Risk Management Center of Excellence to provide farm, industry, government and academic leaders with research-based information and tools to assist them in making decisions.

Aspiring College Students Honed Leadership and Legislative Skills in Washington, D.C.

In addition to meeting their senators and representatives on Capitol Hill, delegates engaged in conflict resolution workshops, diversity training and spent much of the program researching a critical and controversial current policy issue, drafting legislation and then arguing their position on this question. 

Participants Needed for a Time-Restricted Feeding 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). 

Participate in a Nutrition and Lunch Study

The study lasts up to eight weeks and involves four to five visits to the U of A and the Center for Human Nutrition.

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Valandra Wins Prestigious Whiting Public Engagement Seed Grant

The project will collect, digitize, illustrate and disseminate histories of Black life in Washington and Pulaski Counties honoring victims of racial terror lynchings.

Young Writers Camp students recently interviewed the U of A Police Department's K9 handlers about their dogs, Faye and Oakley. Photo Submitted

Young Writers Camp Supports Creative Collaboration

Young Writers Camp students recently interviewed the U of A Police Department's K9 handlers about their dogs, Faye and Oakley.

Gabrielle Patterson with her U of A diploma in front of the RazorBug on the University of Arkansas Community College at Hope-Texarkana campus in Hope. Photo Submitted

RazorBug Makes First Diploma Delivery in Hope; Next Stop Magnolia

The RazorBug Diploma Tour made its first stop in Hope on Tuesday, delivering diplomas to online graduates.

History's Jeannie Whayne Wins the SEC's 2022 Faculty Achievement Award for the U of A
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History's Jeannie Whayne Wins the SEC's 2022 Faculty Achievement Award for the U of A

Whayne is a specialist in agricultural and Southern history in the Department of History. Her research focuses on the lower Mississippi River Valley and the interplay of social and economic history with environmental change, agricultural development and race relations.