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Seven Students Named Winners in Undergraduate Research Poster Competition
Seven winners announced in the first Undergraduate Research Poster Competition hosted by the Honors College and Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research and Innovation.
Celebrate Geographic Information Systems Day with ArcGIS Software
In celebration of GIS Day, the University Libraries and the Center for Advanced Spatial Technologies have partnered to help increase awareness of and access to the ArcGIS Online platform.
Holes in Greenland Ice Sheet Are Larger Than Previously Thought, Study Finds
Researchers including U of A associate professor Matt Covington climbed into moulins, which drain meltwater from the ice sheet, to better understand how volume relates to ice movement.
UAteach/Secondary STEM Education Q&A
The UAteach/Secondary Education program will host a Zoom Q&A from 3-4:30 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 18.
Research Reproducibility and Replicability Webinar Today
The Zoom webinar will be feature a keynote by Dr. Kevin Sexton of UAMS. It will be held at 10:30 a.m. today, Nov. 10. Registration is required.
Geosciences Professor Selected as Editor of Prestigious 2020 Election Atlas
Fiona Davidson, associate professor of geography and geosciences, will be serving as one of the three senior editors of the upcoming prestigious ATLAS of the 2020 Presidential Election.
Climate Patterns Linked in Amazon, North and South America, Study Shows
A tree-ring chronology developed by U of A researchers established a connection between precipitation in the Amazon and the Americas.
'Picture A Scientist' Documentary Available for Free Viewing Sept. 18-25
Register by Sept. 18 to watch the documentary Picture a Scientist between Sept. 18 and 25. It chronicles the work of women in science and the workplace challenges they've overcome.
Sea-Level Rise Linked to Higher Water Tables Along California Coast
The effect, called shoaling, could push freshwater closer to the surface, putting infrastructure at coastal seaports and national airports at risk.
Data Science Bachelor's Degree First of Its Kind at University of Arkansas
The program will give students the chance to study with faculty from three colleges — the College of Engineering, the Fulbright College of Arts and Sciences and the Sam M. Walton College of Business.