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Study Finds Discreet Shipping Used to Sell E-Cigarettes to Minors

Researchers at the U of A found businesses on TikTok are circumventing local, state and federal laws that restrict the individual sale of tobacco products.

Monika Szakasits Retiring From the Law Library After 20 Years

Szakasits, associate director of the Young Law Library, is retiring at the end of May after 20 years of service. A reception will be held at 11 a.m. Friday, May 31, at the Six Pioneers Room of the Law School.

Weekend Starts Series Features Nikola Radan and Friends

The group features Nikola Radan (flute), Kartik Balachandran (violin), Lauren Leonard (cello) and Robin Bibeau (guitar).

Seven Engineering Faculty Receive Dean's Excellence Awards

David Huitink, Ngan Le, Chris Nelson, Brajendra Panda, Matthew Patitz and Kyle Quinn were honored for their achievements in teaching, research and public service.

Workday Wednesday Webinar: Procurement Roll Forward, Part 1

The first session of this three-part series will provide an overview of the upcoming fiscal year-end calendar and procedures.

Editing Service for Thesis and Dissertation Authors

The Department of English's Grant Editing and Consulting Group will be coordinating undergraduate student editors for thesis and dissertation projects this summer.

Participate in a Study for Amazon Gift Card

If you are an adult and interested in participating in psychological research, you may be eligible for a study that examines the effects of recalling personally relevant emotional information on emotionally evocative image memory.

Food Science College Bowl Team Wins IFT Regional, Earns Spot In National Finals

Team members Bernie Pontes Guimaraes, Chetanjot Romana, Andrew Maust, Amanda Stuber and Cason Frisby will compete for the national title at the Institute of Food Technologists' expo in July at Chicago.

Thanh-Dat Truong Selected for CVPR 2024 Doctoral Consortium

Thanh-Dat Truong, a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, will participate in the Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition Conference Doctoral Consortium.

2023-24 Teaching Improvement Grants and Student Success Grants Awarded

This year, 11 faculty teaching improvement grants totaling $19,762 and eight faculty Student Success Grants totaling $30,000 were awarded.

Preservation Design Concentration Added to Master of Design Studies Program

The Master of Design Studies degree program at the U of A is adding a fifth concentration of study — in preservation design — beginning in the fall 2024 semester. 

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Pat Johnson Named Bess Lomax Hawes National Heritage Fellowship Recipient

The U of A Libraries’ Arkansas Folk and Traditional Arts will host the 2024 Bess Lomax Hawes National Heritage Fellowship celebration on Thursday, June 13.

Nilda Burgos, professor of weed physiology and molecular biology, is the principal investigator of a study investigating low-frequency microwaves as a broad-spectrum, non-chemical treatment to control problematic weeds in row-crop agriculture. U of A System Division of Agriculture

USDA-NIFA Grant Supports Microwave Tech to Zap Weed Seeds

Scientists and engineers with the Arkansas Agricultural Experiment Station are investigating the use of 915 MHz microwaves to neutralize weed seeds underground, including those that are herbicide resistant.

Political Science's Bayram Named a Leader for the International Studies Association Photo Submitted

Political Science's Bayram Named a Leader for the International Studies Association

A. Burcu Bayram, professor of international relations for the Department of Political Science, has been elected as the vice president and section chair of the International Studies Association.

Occupational Therapy faculty member Amanda Troillett works with a child in the new Schmieding Foundation Sensory Room. Whit Pruitt, University Relations

Schmieding Foundation Sensory Room to Serve Students, Faculty, Arkansas and Beyond

In the Speech and Hearing Clinic, a new sensory room is set to benefit practicing healthcare professionals, students, and members of the community thanks to a gift from the Schmieding Foundation.

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