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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.
Geosciences' Edward C. Holland Receives Cambridge Fellowship
Geosciences' Edward C. Holland has been selected to receive the Arkansas Visiting Fellowship at Wolfson College, University of Cambridge in Cambridge, England for the 2019-20 academic year.
U of A's MICRO Lab Reaches its One-Year Milestone
The MicroCT Imaging Consortium for Research and Outreach Lab, or MICRO, has allowed faculty, staff and students to scan a wide a variety of objects for visualization.
Fulbright College Announces 2019 Winners of King, Nolan and OMNI Awards
Professors Lori Holyfield, Mindy Bradley, Celina Suarez and Jim Gigantino were selected to receive Fulbright College's most prestigious endowed faculty awards.
High School Scholars Visit U of A to Gain STEM Skills, Give Performance This Friday
Twenty-three students are visiting the U of A to gain STEM skills this week. They will give a closing performance demonstrating these skills at 1:30 p.m. Friday, June 14, in Giffels Auditorium.
Researchers Document the Oldest Known Trees in Eastern North America
A stand of bald cypress in North Carolina includes trees as old as 2,624 years, making them the longest-lived wetland species in the world.
U of A Geosciences Professor Discovers Rare Original Maps
Tom Paradise, University Professor of Geosciences, examined the eminent map collection of the international Explorers Club, which led to discovery of rare maps previously unknown for nearly a century.
STEM Workshop to Focus on Supporting Women in Science
Do barriers exist that limit the advancement of women in science? A workshop April 26 will center on that topic and how the community can encourage women's success in science fields.
CAST Helps Identify Possible Archeological Sites, International Research Team Publishes Findings
A research team at the U of A help identify probable archeological sites of interest focused on the precolonial cities and kingdoms that arose in the African interior around the 1st millennium A.D.