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Herr Publishes Article in Journal of Librarianship and Scholarly Communication
Melody Herr, head of the Office of Scholarly Communications, has published an article about the "The Rights Provisions of a Book Publishing Contract."
National Lab for the Study of the College President Releases Second Volume of Journal
The National Lab for the Study of the College President, based at the University of Arkansas, has just published its second issue of the Journal of Research on the College President.
Graduate Student Gets First-Hand Insight to Mars Mission
Rachel Slank, a graduate student in the was at the Green Bank Observatory last month to receive the first signal from the Mars Insight landing.
Libraries Launch Digital Collection on American Old West
The collection includes diaries of Deputy Marshall Addison Beck and his wife, Sarah "Said" Beck, about their life on the Arkansas frontier during the tenure of Judge Isaac Parker of Fort Smith.
Biomedical Engineering Faculty, Students Play Key Role at Society Meeting
Thirty biomedical engineering students and faculty members attended the Biomedical Engineering Society's Annual Meeting in Atlanta this fall to share their latest research.
Congratulations Collaborative Research Grant Recipients
Fourteen research projects, involving more than 40 University of Arkansas faculty, representing 25 departments will receive funding.
Biomedical Engineering Graduate Student Earns American Heart Association Fellowship
Ishita Tandon, a doctoral student in biomedical engineering, has earned a predoctoral fellowship from the American Heart Association to support her research into a cardiovascular disease.
Biology Professor Discusses Evolution, Climate Change and Animal Mass Die-Offs in 'Short Talks'
The latest edition of Short Talks From the Hill, a podcast from the University of Arkansas, features Adam Siepielski, assistant professor of biology. Give a listen.
Exploring Two-Dimensional Magnetism
Researchers at the University of Arkansas have performed and analyzed calculations that lead to a better understanding of two-dimensional materials.
Funding Gap Grows Between Public Charters and Traditional Public Schools
Researchers found a funding discrepancy in the 14 cities studied that continues to favor traditional public schools.