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Williams, Jeesan, Bhattarai Win Bumpers College Honors Program Poster Competition
Claire Williams, Shady Afrin Jeesan and Gehendra Bhattarai were the winners of the Honors Student Board Poster Competition.
Outstanding Academic Achievements Recognized at Bumpers College Honors and Awards Reception
Eighteen students from nine different majors and concentrations in Bumpers College were honored for outstanding academic achievement at a recent honors reception.
Bumpers College Names Gamma Sigma Delta Poster and Oral Presentation Winners
Undergraduate, master's degree and doctoral student won top awards in Bumpers College's annual Gamma Sigma Delta Poster and Oral Competition.
Enclothe Tickets on Sale for Annual Spring Collaborative Fashion Show
The show, featuring fashions, floral displays and lighting displays made by students is at 7:30 p.m. Friday, April 26.
Kris Brye, Lucas Simmons From Bumpers College Earn U of A Outstanding Advising Awards
Kris Brye and Lucas Simmons of Bumpers College have been named University of Arkansas outstanding advisors for 2018-19 by the university's Academic Advising Council.
Horticulture, Landscape and Turf Sciences Students Win SASHS Awards; McDonald Top Educator
Students Virginia Beasley, Autumn Brown, Max Mckeown, David Su and Josh Tebow each won first in their divisions, and Garry McDonald was honored with the Distinguished Educator Award.
Horticulture Head MacKay Becomes Food Systems Leadership Institute Fellow
Wayne Mackay, department head and professor of horticulture, has been named a Fellow of the Food Systems Leadership Institute.
Bumpers College Student Used Her Love of Plants to Create a Reuse, Reduce, Recycle Plant Program
Sophomore Rhiannon de la Rosa transforms used plastic containers from U of A dining halls into planters to provide free plants to students across campus.
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.