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Simpson Gift Inspired by Faculty, Friendships in Anthropology
A planned gift from alumna and archaeologist Kay Simpson will support the Department of Anthropology and Campaign Arkansas.
Turkish Scholar to Discuss Political Dynamics of The 'New Turkey', Jan. 22
Nazlı Özkan, a post-doctoral fellow with the King Fahd Center, will speak on Turkey and its historical and global position during a lecture at 4:30 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 22, in Arkansas Union 510-511.
U of A Graduate Awarded Prestigious Pickering Foreign Affairs Fellowship
Samantha Tafoya, a 2018 graduate, earned a fellowship to support her master’s studies and to pursue a career in the U.S. Foreign Service.
Campus Remembers Jamie Chad Brandon, Archeologist and Anthropology Professor
Brandon was known for his unparalleled devotion to outreach activities to the general public about archeological discoveries and their relationship to understanding modern society.
University Libraries to Host GIS Day Celebration Nov. 14 in Student Union
The University Libraries will host an Open House from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 14, in ARKU 504 in celebration of GIS Day.
Research Archeologist Studies Prehistoric Textiles at U of A Museum
Elizabeth Horton, research archeologist for the Arkansas Archeological Survey's Toltec Mounds Research Station, is studying prehistoric plant fibers to gain insight on plant domestication in the region.
Honors College Forums to Focus on Climate Change, Crystal Bridges, and Smart Campuses
These 75-minute, one-credit-hour honors courses bring star faculty and top administrators together with honors students on a weekly basis to discuss trending topics. Deadline to apply is Oct. 25.
Doctoral Student Shares Fun Facts About Weird Primates
The latest installment of Peculiar Primates is now available on the Terhune Lab webpage. This blog series features a different primate each month and shares fun and strange details about primates around the world.
With New Imaging System, Archeologist Can Peer Inside Caddo Artifact
George Sabo, director of the Arkansas Archeological Survey, looked at a 500-year-old Caddo artifact with the university's new MicroCT imaging system, seeing it from the inside out for the first time.
We're Not Monkeying Around: Doctoral Student Creates Blog to Share Interesting Primate Facts
Doctoral student Ashly Romero has started a blog series called Peculiar Primates as an outreach tool for the Terhune Lab in Fulbright College's Department of Anthropology.