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Cell and Molecular Biology Program Directors Visit Oman, Kuwait and Jordan
Douglas Rhoads and Adnan Alrubaye, who direct the U of A's Cell and Molecular Biology Program, recently traveled to Oman, Jordan and Kuwait recruiting graduate students.
SAA and ASG Honor Faculty Members at Faculty Appreciation Banquet
Professors Adnan Ali Khalaf Alrubaye, G. David Gearhart and Jeffrey Murdock were honored as "Most Outstanding Faculty Members" during a banquet last spring.
Students From India Spend Fall Semester Studying Slime Molds
Gurpreet Kaur and Nazrana Payal, two graduate students from Shoolini University, are spending the fall semester at the U of A, where they researching myxomycetes.
U of A Museum's Monthly Speaker to Discuss Elusive 'Ghost' Owls
The University of Arkansas Museum hosts Mitchell Pruitt and his talk "Ghost Owls: An Introduction to One of the Ozark's Most Elusive Creatures," at 7 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 24.
Interdisciplinary Faculty and Student Team Creates Science-Based Strategy Game
U of A students Myles Joyce, Austin Richards, Khandi Gordon and Chase Wyatt helped develop a science-based game with faculty members Shilpa Iyer and Raj Rao.
Professors Write New Book on Ozark Forest Science
University of Arkansas professors Frederick Paillet and Steven Stephenson have published a new book on the science of Northwest Arkansas' scenery.
Researchers to Study How Disease Spreads Among Wildlife and Spills Over to Humans
This research has potential real-world applications and direct implications for human health.
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.
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.
Honors College and University Relations Film, Buen Camino, to Air on AETN
The short film, which follows honors students and faculty as they visit cathedrals and castles throughout France and Spain, will air in August.