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Graduate Students Present Research at American Society of Criminology's Annual Conference
Six graduate students from the U of A will present their research at the 75th Annual American Society of Criminology Conference in San Francisco next week from Nov. 13-16.
RSVP by Friday for Fulbright College's Social Sciences Grant-Writing Workshop on Nov. 6
The workshop will reveal the secrets of writing successful grants for research in the social sciences. It will be from 3:30-5 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 6, in Old Main Room 523. RSVP required by Nov. 1.
Fulbright College Hosts Social Sciences Grant-Writing Workshop Nov. 6
U of A Museum Assists with National Fossil Day Events
The University of Arkansas Museum will help Northwest Arkansas celebrate National Fossil Day with two DINOmite events Oct. 16 and 17.
Study: Climate Change Could Cause Drought in Wheat-Growing Areas
Up to 60 percent of current production areas could see simultaneous, severe and prolonged water shortages by the end of the century.
National Association of Black Geoscientists Conference Hosted by University of Arkansas
The University of Arkansas hosted the National Association of Black Geoscientists this past week with presentations on a broad spectrum of events and a field trip to learn about the Morrowan Continental Shelf.
Abstracts for the 2019 Arkansas GIS Symposium Due by Aug. 31
The 2019 Arkansas GIS Symposium will take place in October. Abstracts for the symposium are due by Saturday, Aug. 31 and registration for the symposium is now open.
Geosciences Professor Helps Refine the Guidelines for How the World Tracks Greenhouse Gas Emissions
Jason Tullis is one of the scientists who helped create the refinement.
Warming Climate Intensifies Summer Drought in Parts of U.S., Study Finds
In regions with low soil moisture, higher temperatures create a 'feedback loop' that links the land and air, worsening droughts.
Sui Named Distinguished Scholar of the Year by CPGIS
Daniel Sui, vice chancellor for research and innovation, was honored by the International Association of Chinese Professionals in Geographic Information Sciences.