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U of A Bachelor of Science in Public Health Degree Among First in Nation to Be Accredited
The University of Arkansas' Bachelor of Science in Public Health degree recently became one of the first in the nation to be accredited as a stand-alone baccalaureate program.
Becnel, Way in Human Environmental Sciences Participate in Opioid Leadership Summit
Jen Becnel and Kelly Way, faculty members in U of A's School of Human Environmental Sciences, recently attended the National Opioid Leadership Summit in Sacramento, California.
U of A Professor Receives University of Connecticut Thomas J. Pike Athletic Training Alumni Award
Associate professor Brendon McDermott was honored by the University of Connecticut as an alumnus for his "outstanding contribution to the athletic training profession."
Q&A With Brian Primack, New Dean in the College of Education and Health Professions
Dr. Brian Primack, the new dean in the College of Education and Health Professions, talks about his family, hobbies, core values as a leader and more.
Walls Going Up at UAMS NW Campus to House U of A Occupational Therapy Program
The joint venture between UAMS and the U of A College of Education and Health Professions offers students a chance to earn a clinical doctorate in occupational therapy.
U of A to Launch New Online L.P.N. to B.S.N. Program This Fall
Applications are open for licensed practical nurses to seek an online bachelor’s degree in nursing through the U of A. Classes start fall 2019.
Fayetteville Policies and Procedures: New Policy and Revisions
Immunization policy for measles, mumps and rubella among the policies that have been revised.
Egan Researching How Cells Maintain Health by Repairing Damaged Proteins
Martin Egan is researching how cells conduct their own quality control, moving damaged proteins to a control area for later repair or removal.
New Study Shows How a Super-Toxic Natural Anti-Cancer Product Could Help Develop More Effective Anti-Cancer Drugs
Doctoral student Zhijian Hu recently revealed the action mode of a potent anti-cancer compound abstracted from the morning glory plant.
Diagnosing and Monitoring Chronic Wounds; Quinn Discusses Research in New 'Short Talks'
Using multiphoton microscopy, Kyle Quinn and his research team identified how cell metabolism changes during the healing process of chronic wounds. Their work could lead to new approaches for diagnosing and monitoring chronic skin wounds.