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Study Focuses on Link Between Child Feeding and Health Among Marshallese
Insight gained from the study will help health care providers serve the Marshallese population in Arkansas.
Libraries Debut New Issue of Arkansauce at March 28 Open House
The University Libraries invite you to join us for an open house to reveal the new issue of Arkansauce, a foodways publication, this Thursday from 4-6 p.m. in the Special Collections Reading Room.
Robyn Spears to Conclude Spring Graduate Student Speaker Series
Join the University Libraries and graduate student Robyn Spears Thursday, April 4 at 4 p.m. in the Special Collections Reading Room as she presents "Arkansas Aprons: Women's Diaries and Food in the 19th Century."
Experience Oriental Food and Culture March 27
The Korean Food Cooking Club invites all students to attend the Oriental Food and Culture Night Wednesday, March 27, in the Jim and Joyce Faulkner Performing Arts Center.
Get Tickets This Week for Taste of Africa
African Students Organization invites all students to attend Taste of Africa at 6 p.m. Sunday, April 14, at the Fayetteville Town Center, 15 W. Mountain St. Get tickets March 28-29 at the Arkansas Union.
Hospitality Students Preparing for 'First-Class' SMASH Networking/Fundraising Dining Event
Tickets and sponsorships to this year's SMASH event - Students Mastering the Art of Southern Hospitality - are available now through March 29. This year's theme is "First-Class Air Travel."
Postmenopausal women are needed for a nutrition and health study.
Postmenopausal women are needed to participate in a research study to learn more about the effects of nutrition on sleep, muscle health, and strength.
Infants are needed for a feeding study about broccoli and carrots
Infants are needed for a feeding study which looks at the impact of broccoli and carrots on the gut micorbiome and the improvement of immunity. Participants receive $100.
Engineering Food Drive Collects Nearly 2,000 Food Items for Campus Community
Donors from across the College of Engineering gave nearly 2,000 food items valued at more than $3,100 to benefit the Jane B. Gearhart Full Circle Food Pantry on campus.
Programs in Human Environmental Sciences Form Plans to Address Cultural Competence
The School of Human Environmental Sciences is bridging gaps in academic programs where cultural competence is crucial to interacting with people who may have different values, beliefs and feelings.