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Bumpers College Students Dahlem, Grubbs Earn Miss Arkansas Scholarships
In addition to Darynne Dahlem and Reagan Grubbs, five more U of A students also won scholarships and awards at the 2018 Miss Arkansas Scholarship Pageant.
Study Recruiting Teens for Research on Health and Learning: Up to $100 Compensation
The Exercise and Cognition in Teens (ExCITE) Pilot Study is recruiting teens of all sizes (ages 12-17). Teens will be compensated $100 for full participation.
U of A Kinesiology Student Selected to Attend Prestigious Summer Law Program
Evan Forte, a senior kinesiology major from Little Rock, will attend the Donald J. Weidner Summer for Undergraduates program at the Florida State University College of Law.
UREC Outdoors Annual Arkansas Regional Adventure Programming Conference Sets Record Attendance
More than 130 students from 19 different colleges and universities attended the conference at Horseshoe Canyon Ranch near Jasper to learn more about outdoor and adventure programs.
There Is More Than One Way to Say 'No,' Researchers Find
U of A researchers find students use a variety of ways to refuse sex beyond just “saying no,” including direct and indirect body language.
Physical Activity Courses Available During Summer Sessions
everal one-credit-hour physical activity courses will be offered during the summer sessions at the University of Arkansas.
Elbin to Receive Early Career Award for Research on Sport-related Concussion
The U of A associate professor of exercise science is receiving the first award of this type from the Sports Neuropsychology Society.
Doctoral Student to Speak Today on Research About Sexual-Minority College Athletes
Megan Turk, a doctoral student in recreation and sport management, will present her research on student-athlete inclusion from 3 to 4 p.m. Friday, April 13, in HPER 316.
Graduate Students to Give Talks on Research into Sexual Health, Hunger on Campuses
Graduate students Brooke Bouza and Katie Maschino will give research presentations about their respective projects from 3 to 4 p.m. today, April 6, in HPER 311.
New Research Finds Thirst Is Not the Best Indicator of Hydration Level
A recent study showed that even when subjects weren’t thirsty, low hydration levels affected their performance and body temperature.