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Arkansas Horticulture Researchers Court Success With State's Only Lawn Tennis Facility
Whether on a golf course, football field or racetrack, researchers must be able to gauge how much wear the turf can handle and still be maintained to sustain competition and safety.
Al Einert, Arkansas Pioneer of Horticulture Teaching and Research, Dies at 79
Alfred E. "Al" Einert taught ornamental horticulture, established programs to assist Arkansas nurseries and horticultural industries and was the first licensed landscape architect in Arkansas.
Bumpers Students Provide Horticulture, Nutrition and Crop Marketing Assistance in Timor-Leste
Three students in the Bumpers College — Olivia Caillouet, Katie Dobbins and Karlee Pruitt — recently participated in a study abroad trip to Timor-Leste as part of an online consortium.
Deadline Friday for STEM Camp Offered by CMASE, Bumpers College Departments
Registration for a children's three-day summer STEM camp are being taken through Friday by the Center for Mathematics and Science Education, animal science, food science and horticulture.
Bumpers College's Biswell, Vehige Named Ag Future of America Scholars, Earn Scholarships
Grace Vehige of Bonnots Mill, Missouri, and Kelby Biswell of Lincoln have been recognized as scholars after receiving AFA scholarships.
Severe Storm Damages Turfgrass Research, Cancels Field Day
A brief but violent storm that swept through Fayetteville on Monday, damaging turfgrass research structures at the Arkansas Agricultural Research and Extension Center.
Animal Science, Food Science, Horticulture Hosting Summer STEM Camp
Three departments in the U of A's Dale Bumpers College of Agricultural, Food and Life Sciences are teaming up for a summer STEM camp. Register by July 27.
Troutman, Jankovska Named Bumpers College's 2018 Outstanding Alumnae
Corrin Troutman and Olivera Jankovska have been named 2017-18 outstanding alumni by the Dale Bumpers College of Agricultural, Food and Life Sciences.
Enclothe: Timeless Shows off Range of Students' Fashion-Related Skills
Students from several U of A departments are collaborating in the apparel program’s annual fashion show on April 12.
Horticulture Graduate Caillouet Earns Garden Club of America Fellowship
Alumna Olivia Caillouet has been awarded the 2018 Garden Club of America's Hope Goddard Iselin Fellowship in Public Horticulture.