The planet’s thick, hot atmosphere has properties of both a liquid and a gas, which could influence chemical reactions close to the surface.
Finalists and semi-finalists included Ceci Allen, Emily Auten, Gloria Devereaux, Ashleigh Ellis, Elizabeth Emberton, Sonja Faulknor, Mickel Gordon, Juan Garcia Hernandez and Davis Vaughn.
David Hinton, acting executive director of Technology Ventures, was interviewed on the Tech Transfer IP podcast by Tech Transfer IP Forum, one of the world's top 10% most popular podcasts.
The virtual Grad Salute web page is now live and can be found at uark.bncollege.com and is located under the banner of Commencement Information/Order your Cap and Gown.
Earn a $10 Amazon gift card for completing a one-hour online study about thinking and reasoning.
Thirteen faculty members in U of A's Dale Bumpers College of Agricultural, Food and Life Sciences are being recognized with milestone service awards to the college and university.
The school's programs are accredited through the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education, from pre-licensure options to graduate degrees.
Anthony DiNicola, an experienced diversity and inclusion educator and trainer, will liaise, support and advise the Chancellor's Office directly on matters of diversity and inclusion.
Employee-to-employee gifting is the basis of this rewarding and appreciated program. Staff members can all play a role in making the holidays a great time for individuals in need.
The SKY registered student organization invites you to join in this session via Zoom to experience some desktop yoga and a guided meditation to recharge.
Participants will learn time management and how to overcome procrastination for success, resilience, and innovation with special speaker Sarah Panda.
A recent collaboration between a Department of English graduate student and a School of Art undergraduate student has led to the publication of a visually stunning issue of a literary magazine.
Roger Beaty, an assistant professor of psychology at Penn State University, will speak on Creative Cognition: Memory Systems, Cognitive Control, and Brain Dynamics at noon Thursday, Dec. 10.
Rebekah Samsonraj, assistant professor of biomedical engineering, was named a "Rising Star" by RoosterBio for her work in identifying a new way to produce cells more effectively.
Joe and Kim Dill, parents of Jenée Torng Dill, have established the Jenée T. Dill Memorial Endowed Scholarship for students in the School of Human Environmental Sciences.