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Medical Professionals and Professors to Teach on COVID-19 Vaccines in Forum
An interdisciplinary Honors College forum titled Vaccine will be offered to honors students and streamed online.
Math Professor Appointed to Two Editorial Boards of Two International Research Journal
John Ryan, distinguished professor of mathematics, has been appointed to the editorial boards of Computational Methods and Function Theory and the Journal of Inequalities and Applications.
Book Chat to Focus on Ana Pulido Rull's Research on Indigenous Maps from Colonial Mexico
The Honors College and Arkansas Humanities Center will cohost a Book Chat focused on Pulido Rull's groundbreaking book at 5:15 p.m. Tuesday, April 6, via Zoom.
Researchers Partner with Fayetteville Police Department to Understand Local Crime and Public Safety Issues
Faculty members Grant Drawve, Casey Harris, Shaun Thomas and Mindy Bradley will bring a wide array of criminal justice and data analytics expertise to the collaboration.
Mathematical Sciences to Host Lecture Series April 5-9 Featuring 16 Talks and Women in STEM Panel
The University of Arkansas Department of Mathematical Sciences is hosting its 46th Annual Spring Lecture Series virtually during the week April 5-9, 2021 with 16 lectures and a Women in STEM Panel.
Arkansas Women in STEM Virtual Conference on March 20
Ouachita Baptist University is hosting the inaugural Arkansas Women in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math Conference on March 20 via Zoom.
National Science Foundation Funds TEAAMS Noyce Project to Support STEM Teacher Preparation
A U of A faculty team has been awarded a $1.45 million National Science Foundation Noyce grant to prepare secondary math and science teachers to be successful in high-need school districts across the nation.
Teaching Academy Inducts New Fellows
The Teaching Academy inducted eight new Fellows: Denise Beike, Andrew Braham, Todd Cleveland, Amy Farmer, Deborah Korth, Jacquelyn Wiersma-Mosley, Scott Osborn, and Samantha Robinson.
Courtyard Curvahedra to be Installed at Gearhart Hall
The Curvahedra, designed and constructed by Honors College professors, is 12 feet in diameter and is planned for the courtyard of Gearhart Hall.
Two International Students Benefit From Omni International Student Scholarship
Narmine Ben Aissa, an undergraduate student in computer science and mathematics, and Mehreen Jamal, a doctoral candidate in history, received OMNI endowed student scholarships.