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Information Meeting for UA Jazz, Improv, and Commercial Music Ensembles
The meeting will be held in the International Connections Lounge at the Arkansas Union building at 4 p.m. Thursday, April 26. Free pizza will be provided by the Department of Music.
SharePoint 2010 Briefly Interrupted by Saturday Maintenance
Maintenance to SharePoint 2010 on Saturday morning will cause the service to be briefly interrupted for up to five minutes.
Volunteers Needed for Parent and Child Nutrition Study: $100 Compensation
The Hydration Science Laboratory is conducting a parent and child nutrition study with parents ages 20-50 and children ages 3-13 with compensation of $100.
Nalley, Popp in Agribusiness Named Agricultural and Resource Economics Review Fellows
Lanier Nalley and Michael Popp in the Department of Agricultural Economics and Agribusiness, have been named Fellows by Agricultural and Resource Economics Review.
Join SPACE Hogs for Astronomy Movie Night at Arkansas Union Theater April 26
Contact, a film adaptation of the Pulitzer Prize-winning novel by celebrated astronomer and science communicator Carl Sagan, will be screened. Food and drinks will be provided prior to the screening.
First Annual Department of Communication Scholarship Reception
Eight graduating seniors were recognized with the designation of Athens Scholars, the department's highest academic award, and scholarships were announced.
Retailing Research Finds Consumers Have Distinct Perceptions of Walmart, Amazon, Target
The Retailing Research Initiative found that consumers perceived the three large retailers differently with prices, convenience, quality and choice of goods, data security and trustworthiness.
Twin Sisters are Champions on the Track Field and in the Classroom
Lexi Weeks Jacobus and Tori Weeks Hoggard are nationally ranked pole vaulters and Honors College students studying biochemistry.
Fay Jones School Launches First Graduate Program in Design Studies, Creates Resiliency Center
The school’s first graduate program will offer concentrations in Resiliency Design and in Hospitality and Retail Design. The new Resiliency Center will develop sustainable strategies for communities.
For Muldoon, Prestigious Grant Began With a Backyard Telescope
Muldoon was selected for the highly competitive National Science Foundation Faculty Early Career Development Program, a prestigious $500,000 grant for faculty who show promise in teaching and research.