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Grants.gov Changes Effective Jan. 1
Grants.gov has phased out its Legacy Application Package effective Jan. 1. Workshops will be offered in January for the new web-based platform called Workspace.
U of A Receives Funding to Support Arkansas A+ Schools
The Windgate Foundation has provided a five-year grant to assist a program bringing art education to students across the state.
U of A Professor Honored for Article on Issues of Representation in Dystopian Literature
Sean Connors recently received an award for best scholarly article for a piece he wrote on how characters are represented in promotional aspects of young adult dystopian fiction.
Social Leisure Engagement: Participating in Leisure With Others May Affect Well-Being for Students
James Duncan of Bumpers College and colleagues recently examined the correlation between college students' participation in social leisure activities and their mental health.
Analysis of New Orleans Test Data Suggests Best Practices for Charter Schools
A new report written by professor Patrick Wolf describes possible best practices for charter schools based on research conducted in New Orleans.
In New 'Short Talks' Podcast, Kahng Discusses the Florence Price Preservation Project
In the latest Short Talks from the Hill podcast, Er-Gene Kahng, a professor of violin, shares her thoughts on the music of Florence Price, a composer from Arkansas.
Food Science Celebrates More Than 10 Years Exchanging Students With Ghent University
Ghent University in Belgium is a top 100 university in the European Union, and food science and nutrition students have been travelling to the U of A for more than a decade to conduct research.
Poultry Feed Efficiency Research Has Implications for Human Health
Poultry scientist Walter Bottje wanted to know what impact mitochondrial activity in chicken cells had on a bird's ability to convert food into muscle. His curiosity led to wider research.
NSF Grant to Support Professor's, Graduate Student's Interdisciplinary Research
Professor Steve Tung and graduate student Bo Ma have received an NSF I-Corps grant to explore the commercialization of the pair's nanofluidic system for DNA sequencing.
Kim Needy Named Interim Vice Provost for Research and Innovation
Dean Kim Needy and associate professor of history Trish Starks will co-chair the search committee for a permanent vice provost.