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U of A Research Paper Selected as Article of the Month by Cambridge University Press
Cambridge University Press selected an article by U of A researchers Fred Limp and Malcolm Williamson on planning for international travel with "high-tech" field equipment as a journal article of the month.
U of A Researchers Create Digital Map, Cultural History of Carlsbad Cavern
The laser-imaging technology used to map the Great Pyramid of Giza will help guide preservation efforts at Carlsbad Caverns National Park.
Collaborative Researcher Awarded MacArthur 'Genius Grant' for Study of Latino Migration
Jason De León, who has collaborated with the U of A Center for Advanced Spatial Technologies, uses geospatial technologies to analyze artifacts left by undocumented migrants.
U of A Geospatial Technologies Experts Present Research, Workshops at Regional Symposium
Researchers from the Center for Advanced Spatial Technologies will present research topics at the Arkansas GIS Users Forum's upcoming 2017 Training and Symposium.
Voice Actors Wanted for Historical Visualization Project
Students interested in voice acting are invited to lend their vocal talents to the Rohwer Reconstructed project. All voices and ages are needed; no prior experience is necessary.
Conference Combines Location-Based Technologies With Student Preparation for Employment
Students, teachers and professionals from all walks of life are invited to take part in the OPENGATE Partnership Conference, to be held from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday, Sept. 15, in Little Rock.
NSF Continues Support for Program in Spatial Archaeometry
The National Science Foundation has renewed funding for the Spatial Archaeometry Research Collaborations program, an initiative that acts as a national hub for geospatial research in archaeology.