Steve Boss, professor of geosciences, and Jo Ann Kvamme, assistant director for the environmental dynamics graduate program, will be honored by Fort Valley State
American Creed, a documentary about working across divides to realize American ideals, will be shown from 5:15 to 8:15 p.m. March 1 in the Gearhart Hall Auditorium
Forty potential transfer students from NorthWest Arkansas Community College visited the Walton College of Business to learn about programs, resources and curriculum in the college.
Zena Hicks of the Department of Animal Science placed third with her research about how different factors affect color and cooking loss in fresh ground beef patties.
The Razorback Athletic Trainers' Association is taking registrations for its inaugural 5K race on Saturday, March 3, to benefit local high schools.
Portraits will be taken from noon to 4 p.m. each Friday in March prior to Spring Break at three convenient locations.
A collaboration with Fayetteville High School suggests that students benefited more when using the same type of modeling software used by scientists than through other instructional techniques.
The University of Arkansas School of Law Journal of Food Law and Policy and Arkansas Law Review are now available through the U of A's institutional repository, ScholarWorks@UARK.
Don Schaefer, a long-time editor and historian of the university, died Feb. 15 at Willard Walker Hospice House in Fayetteville after a short battle with pancreatic cancer.
This month's topic is "Attendance: Should it be mandatory? Should we care?" All faculty are invited to the discussion from 1:30-2:30 p.m. Feb. 28 in the Science and Engineering Building, room 604.
Stavros Kavouras, professor of exercise science, and graduate student Adam Seal worked with colleagues to study hydration in young elite sailors during a multi-day competition.
The Lyrique Quintette, the University of Arkansas' faculty woodwind quintet, will be in residence at the University of Georgia on Friday for master classes and a recital.
The World Trade Center Arkansas will lead a trade mission for Arkansas companies interested in Caribbean markets May 6-10.
A lecture by professor Eric Wailes scheduled for this evening has been canceled due to likelihood of inclement weather.