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Arkansas Poll Finds Arkansans Support Some LGBT Civil Rights But Not Others
The poll also included questions on the death penalty, campaign finance and other issues.
Commonwealth College Fortnightly Now Searchable Online
The initial digitization of the Commonwealth College Fortnightly newspaper was made possible by professor Stephen A. Smith of Fulbright College's Department of Communication.
Funding Opportunities for Nutrition, Obesity and Health Researchers
The Office of the Vice Provost for Research and Innovation is seeking proposals for cross-institutional, multidisciplinary projects in the area of nutrition, obesity and health.
Emeritus Professor Provides Topic of Research Project Examining Antidote to Attrition
Graduate students working on a research project chose an associate professor emeritus, Michael Wavering, as a way to examine resilience in the teaching profession.
The Honors Thesis Explained
The University of Arkansas Honors College will host its first research conference in Arkansas Union
Center for Childhood Obesity Prevention Accepting Pilot Study Applications
The Center for Childhood Obesity Prevention at the Arkansas Children's Research Institute in Little Rock is accepting research proposal applications for the 2018 pilot study program.
Blockchain Hackathon a Success for Students, Companies
Sixty-five U of A students worked more than a dozen hours to push the limits of blockchain technology and propose creative and imaginative solutions for six use cases posed by Northwest Arkansas industries.
New Short Talks From the Hill; Doctoral Student Discusses Student Activism
In the latest edition of Short Talks from the Hill, a podcast from the University of Arkansas, David Tolliver, doctoral student in public policy, discusses student activism on campuses.
U of A Education Reform Researchers to Make Large Showing at Conference
A contingent of faculty, staff, students and alumni of the Department of Education Reform will participate in the Association for Public Policy Analysis and Management this week in Chicago.
Promotions 85-Percent Effective Across 20 Grocery Retail Categories
Dinesh Gauri, professor of marketing, measured the efficiency of sales response to promotions across various categories and stores, showing variance in three categories.