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U of A Bachelor of Science in Public Health Degree Among First in Nation to Be Accredited
The University of Arkansas' Bachelor of Science in Public Health degree recently became one of the first in the nation to be accredited as a stand-alone baccalaureate program.
U of A Professor Receives University of Connecticut Thomas J. Pike Athletic Training Alumni Award
Associate professor Brendon McDermott was honored by the University of Connecticut as an alumnus for his "outstanding contribution to the athletic training profession."
HHPR Faculty Member Josh Lens Publishes Two Sport Law Articles in Top Journals
Josh Lens, a clinical assistant professor, wrote an article recently about the ramifications of agents who represent college coaches and recruit student-athletes from the coaches' programs.
U of A Research Shows Benefits of Imperceptible Barcodes for Cashiers
Molly Jensen, a clinical associate professor of marketing, and Kaitlin Gallagher, an assistant professor of exercise science, began collaborating on the barcode research project in 2016.
U of A Athletic Training Faculty and Students Served Recently at the Boston Marathon
Associate professor Brendon McDermott and students Mitchell Skinner and Matthew McCarthy aided the medical teams that look after runners at the Boston Marathon.
Beloved Professor Sharon Hunt Retiring After 29-Year Career, Reception Set for May 3
Sharon Hunt, professor of kinesiology, will retire in May after 29 years of service to the College of Education and Health Professions. A "last class" and a reception will be held in May.
Sport Law Scholar to Relate His Field to Business Ethics
Adam Epstein, a professor at Central Michigan University will discuss incorporating sport into business ethics at 8:15 a.m. April 9 in Room 218 of Willard J. Walker Hall.
U of A Administrators Participate in Leadership Development Program
Angie Maxwell, Matthew Ganio, Steven Beaupre and Jennie Popp received an in-depth look at the innerworkings of the U of A and Southeastern Conference.
Angie Smith-Nix Elected President of the Sport and Recreation Law Association
Angie Smith-Nix, a clinical assistant professor in the Health, Human Performance and Recreation department at the U of A, was recently elected president of the Sport and Recreation Law Association at the SRLA Annual Conference in Philadelphia.
Health Behavior Expert Offers Lecture on March 26
Manoj Sharma, a specialist in health behavior and promotion, will deliver a public lecture at 11:50 a.m. on Tuesday, March 26, in room A21 of the poultry science department.