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Fulbright Scholar Creates Platform to Connect People With and Without Disabilities
Olga Khokhryakova, a graduate student in community health promotion, is already contributing to her field in the way a young faculty member might.
Nursing Professor Seeks to Boost Brain Function in People With Type 2 Diabetes
Tingting Liu, an assistant professor of nursing, was awarded a three-year, $446,268 NIH grant to help improve brain function among people with Type 2 diabetes through targeted exercise.
School of Law Hosts Roundtable for Human Trafficking Scholars
The University of Arkansas School of Law brought together scholars from multiple disciplines on Oct. 9 in a virtual roundtable to discuss their work in the human trafficking field.
Honors College to Host Lecture by Mathematician, Artist and Author Edmund Harriss
Edmund Harriss, an artist and assistant clinical professor of mathematics, will explore the connections between art and math in his Honors College Mic lecture at 5:15 p.m. Oct. 28 via Zoom.
Health Center Opens Respiratory Illness Clinic in Garland Garage; Rapid COVID-19 Testing Offered
Rapid testing is for individuals experiencing symptoms and can return results in under an hour. Students, faculty and staff who need testing should schedule an appointment.
Fourth Annual Open Mouth Readings Festival Goes Virtual to Celebrate Poetry
The Open Mouth Reading Series invites poetry lovers from all walks of life to attend a series of virtual readings and workshops on Oct. 30-31.
Data Center Outage Due to Facilities Upgrade
Installation of a new generator in the Administrative Services Building this Sunday, weather permitting, will affect multiple services including campus internet access.
AATSA Hosts Guest Speaker Dr. Lindsay DiStefano on Physical Literacy Nov. 6
The Arkansas Athletic Training Student Association invites students on campus to hear Lindsay DiStefano speak on physical literacy at 11 a.m. Friday, Nov. 6, on Zoom.
Mock Interviews Go Virtual for Industrial Engineering Students
Students hone their interview skills and receive valuable feedback prior to the career fair in virtual interviews that reflects the current real-world experience for students.
Chemistry Seminar on 'Late-Stage Functionalizations' Oct. 26
Professor Tobias Ritter of the Max-Planck-Institut in Germany will give a seminar on "Late-stage functionalizations" at 10 a.m. Monday, Oct. 26, via Zoom.