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The Path to Graduation: Six Student Success Stories
More than 4,400 U of A students are set to graduate and each has a unique story. Here are six examples.
Professors Author Research Paper on Stem Cell Differentiation
Professors Shilpa Iyer, biological sciences, and Raj Rao, biomedical engineering, have coauthored a research paper recently published in scientific journal PLOS ONE.
Fulbright College Announces 2018 Connor Faculty Fellows
Eighteen outstanding, hard-working faculty members have been selected as the 2018 class of Connor Faculty Fellows at the J. William Fulbright College of Arts and Sciences.
Fulbright College Celebrates 2018 Scholars Who Graduated With a 4.0 GPA
Forty-five of the more than 1,030 graduating Fulbright College students maintained a perfect 4.0 GPA. This group was honored at the college's annual spring Scholars Breakfast.
Four From U of A Chosen as NSF Graduate Research Fellows
Two current students and two recent graduates were selected for their work in science and engineering.
Researchers Use Genetic Information to Track Chronic Wasting Disease in Deer
Biologists will investigate how groups of deer are related throughout the state and determine which groups are more resistant to CWD.
International Students Spend a Semester in Arkansas Studying Slime Molds
Tanya Marbaniang and Pragati Gupta, students at Shoolini University in India, are researching slime molds in five countries and joined professor Steve Stephenson to examine Arkansas slime molds.
Studies Show Some Types of Life Can Survive Conditions Found on Mars
Researchers subjected certain microorganisms to extreme cold and low pressure to test their ability to thrive in Martian soil.
Campus, Colleagues Mourn Passing of Distinguished Professor
Kimberly G. Smith, Distinguished Professor of biological sciences is being remembered for his life and work as a “community ecologist.”
New Book Examines Bioethanol as a Promising Alternative to Fossil Fuels
Bioethanol is a $1 trillion industry, but advances could make production more efficient and less reliant on food stocks such as corn.