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NSF Grant to Help Honors College Recruit STEM Students
The National Science Foundation will award nearly $1 million over five years to recruit STEM students from underrepresented populations.
U of A Astronomy Program Used in Greenland to be Published as Open Resource
University students in the STEM education programs get a chance to put educational theory into practice by developing hands-on activities for grade school students.
The Stars Drew Amber Straughn to Study Physics; the U of A Led Her to NASA
New video features alumna Amber Straughn, an astrophysicist on NASA’s James Webb Telescope Team.
New 'Short Talks From the Hill': Researcher Discusses His Theory About Existence of Planet X
In this new episode of Short Talks from the Hill, Daniel Whitmire, an instructor in the mathematics department and a retired astrophysicist, discusses his theory for the existence of Planet X.
New UA Press Book Combines Lifelong Work of Botanist, Naturalist
Two December events in Fayetteville and Jasper will celebrate publication of An Arkansas Florilegium.
Teaching Compassion: Fulbright College Prepares Pre-Med Students for Patient-Centered Roles
Fulbright College's Medical Humanities Colloquium, a special topics service-learning course for juniors and seniors in the pre-med curriculum, exposes students to real life experiences.
Semiconducting Single Atom Chains: A New Research Frontier
Researchers in the departments of physics and electrical engineering are collaborating in creation of atomically narrow one-dimensional wires, called "single atom dhains."
Arkansas Water Resources Center Materials Available in ScholarWorks@UARK
A number of publications from the Arkansas Water Resources Center are now available through the University of Arkansas Libraries' institutional repository, ScholarWorks@UARK. This information is free to access and open to all.
Using the Natural Motion of 2D Materials to Create a New Source of Clean Energy
The research of Paul Thibado, professor of physics, provides strong evidence that the motion of two-dimensional materials could be used as a source of clean, limitless energy.