Three civil engineering faculty members received a $1.9 million grant from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to investigate existing pavements and evaluate their structure for military infrastructure problems.
If you are at least 21 years old and have been fully vaccinated for COVID-19, you may be eligible to participate.
Researchers at the U of A are currently conducting a research study about gut microbiota and their relationship to obesity. The study is looking for research participants.
Inspired by her brother's experience, Jamie Zakovec decided to evaluate the sound quality within U of A campus auditoriums. Faculty teaching in large auditoriums are invited to help.
Increased attendance, collaborations and workshop offerings, as well as a new accountability partner program, are all driving promotion of the university's campus culture of writing.
The Microsoft Authenticator app will have new features that improve the security of U of A accounts starting Monday, Dec. 19.
The Arkansas Union will be open 24 hours a day beginning Friday in preparation for final exams. The building will be available all day and night for students looking for a quiet place to study through Dec. 15.
A team of 10 U of A professors will offer a three-credit-hour interdisciplinary honors class called the Darwin Seminar this spring. Non-honors students may request permission to register as well.
The Industrial Advisory Board of Grid-connected Advanced Power Systems, commonly known as GRAPES, held its fall meeting in November at the Graduate hotel in Fayetteville.
The University Libraries are now accepting course reserve requests for the Spring 2023 semester. Instructors are encouraged to fill out an online Course Reserves Form.
Kaleb Turner was honored for his master's thesis, which looked at resilience during the pandemic, and Mike Richardson was honored for their success in mentoring graduate students.
The team included Kylie Roesler, who placed first overall individually; Ethan Strobel, who finished seventh overall; and Kaleb Barenberg and Cayla Wilson. The team is coached by Dennis Mason.
For the winter holidays, the Multimedia Department in Mullins Library has compiled a list of streaming videos and music available to all students, staff and faculty. Physical items will be in the Hodges Reading Room.
Cynthia Nance, dean of the U of A School of Law, will receive the award in January from the Association of American Law Schools Section on Women in Legal Education.
J.P. Gairhan, a 2019 graduate from the U of A, was selected as a Schwarzman Scholar, one of 151 students who were selected worldwide.