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Researcher Cataloging the Wood-Decay Fungi of Northwest Arkansas
Nawaf Alshammari, a graduate student in the Department of Biological Sciences, has been studying these fungi for the past two years, primarily in parks in northern Arkansas.
Coridan to Receive Early Career Award From U.S. Department of Energy
Robert Coridan, a chemist at the University of Arkansas, is one of only 73 scientists nationwide to receive prestigious award.
Biologist Searches Remote South Pacific Island for Slime Molds
Steve Stephenson, a research professor in the Department of Biological Sciences, and his wife Barbara, a math instructor, spent two weeks on Norfolk Island surveying myxomycetes.
Sui to Discuss University-Industry Partnerships at Oxford Summit
Daniel Sui, vice chancellor for research and innovation, will give a presentation about the role of social sciences in university-industry partnerships at the University of Oxford in England.
Fang, Professor of Agricultural Economics and Agribusiness, Earns 'Outstanding CJAE Article' Award
The Canadian Journal of Agricultural Economics honored Fang for her innovative examination of spatial factors in adoption of new varieties of maize by farmers in Mozambique.
Department of Sociology and Criminology Welcomes New Terrorism Research Center Director
The Department of Sociology and Criminology welcomes Jeff Gruenewald to its faculty, as an associate professor and new director of the Terrorism Research Center.
BioAg Engineering Students, Faculty Net Awards at International Meeting
Yanbin Li, distinguished professor of biological and agricultural engineering, and a team of students were honored for their work by the American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers.
Researchers Develop New Method for Making Inorganic Catalytic Nanoparticles
Imann Mosleh, doctoral student chemical engineering, helped develop a method to synthesize inorganic nanoparticles using inhomogenous, or impure, biomaterials.
Agribusiness Master's Student Successfully Defends Thesis
Grant Wilson, a graduate student in Agricultural Economics and Agribusiness in the Dale Bumpers College of Agricultural, Food and Life Sciences, successfully defended his thesis.
$4.6 Million Award Creates Program to Train Cybersecurity Professionals
The program will address a shortage of highly skilled cybersecurity professionals and train students for careers in government agencies.