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Seven Faculty Members Selected to Participate in Paid Course Conversion Program
Jennifer Beasley, Myra Haulmark, Lynn Meade, Laurie Apple, Claretha Hughes, Sheila Smith and Jonathan Marion will participate in the paid Open Educational Resources Course Conversion Program.
Fulbright College Announces 2020 Connor Faculty Fellows
This year, 19 outstanding, hard-working faculty members have been selected as the 2020 class of Connor Faculty Fellows at the J. William Fulbright College of Arts and Sciences.
Short Talks: Sure, Sugar Is Bad for Your Teeth, But Not How You Think
The newest Short Talks From the Hill podcast examines why tooth problems in humans do not come from the sources you would expect.
U of A Students Participate in the Sixth Annual Arkansas Bioinformatics Consortium
Fourteen undergraduate and two graduate students recently represented the U of A at the 2020 Arkansas Bioinformatics Consortium held on Feb. 10-11 in Little Rock.
New Study Results Consistent With Dog Domestication During Ice Age
A research team performed dental microwear analysis on canid fossils from a Paleolithic site in the Czech Republic.
U of A Anthropology Hosts Fifth Annual Open House Today
Join the Department of Anthropology during their Open House event between 4 and 7 p.m. today, Wednesday, Feb. 19, on the first floor of Old Main
U of A Anthropology Hosts Fifth Annual Open House Feb. 19
Join the Department of Anthropology in exploring the question of what makes us human during its open house between 4 and 7 p.m. Feb. 19, on the first floor of Old Main.
Medical Humanities Minor Now Available to U of A Students
The medical humanities minor gives an overview of the ways in which various disciplines in the humanities inform, intersect with, and apply to understandings of the medical arts and sciences.
Stigler Lecture on 'Tlingit Relationships with Sea Otters' Presented Feb. 18
The Department of Anthropology presents, "Tlingit Relationships with Sea Otters: What can we learn from zooarchaeology?" with University of Oregon's Madonna L. Moss at 6 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 18.
Archeologists Participate in NSF-Funded Project to Prevent Sexual Harassment
Sexual harassment is found to occur more frequently in field research and might be affecting undergraduate recruiting in STEM fields.