Justin Zhan’s research focuses on big data, blockchain technologies, information assurance, social computing and biomedical informatics.
Close out the 2019 play-reading series with a reading of Hairy & Sherri, by graduate student Adrienne Dawes, at 5 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 8, in the TheatreSquared Commons.
The Schola Cantorum will again sing its presentation of "A Child's Christmas in Wales" at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 10, at Faulkner Center with professor Henry Runkles reading Dylan Thomas' famous poem.
The Arkansas and Northwest Arkansas chapters of the Association of Fundraising Professionals presented awards in November.
The U of A Computer Store will offer discounts on MacBook Pro and iPad Pro for U of A faculty and staff on Dec. 11 as well as on pre-orders for that day.
University of Arkansas alumni and graduate students will join local artists to stage several 5-minute plays, collectively titled "Your House Is on Fire," at 6 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 14, at the Mount Sequoyah Center.
Team of Animal Science Researchers Publish Article on Longitudinal Investigation of Swine Gut Microbiome
A team of researchers from the Department of Animal Science at University of Arkansas recently published an article on their findings from a longitudinal study of the swine gut microbiome.
The Division of Student Affairs in recognizing Marsha Norvell on her retirement during a drop-in reception from 4-6 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 12, in The Classroom at the Inn at Carnal Hall.
Come experience the holidays, traditions and foods from cultures all around the world from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday, Dec. 9, at the Anne Kittrell Art Gallery in the Arkansas Union.
Arkansas is on the international stage this week with two design projects being presented at the 2019 World Architecture Festival in Amsterdam.
The U of A Talent Search program expects about 125 registered high school students to attend the ACT Success Academy, which offers a practical roadmap for doing better on the ACT exam.
Melvin Torres, director of Western Hemisphere trade at the World Trade Center Arkansas, explained Arkansas' strong trade ties with Mexico to a political science class.
A new book by Per Olaf Fjeld and Emily Randall Fjeld will be celebrated with a Dec. 11 book signing in Vol Walker Hall on the university campus.
The university has implemented additional safety precautions for e-scooters on campus, but you should follow safety rules, practice defensive scootering and wear a helmet to improve safety.
In this episode of Short Talks From the Hill, Carl Drexler talks about the importance of the Lockesburg Mounds and what they might tell us about the Caddo civilization from a thousand years past.