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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.
One-Day Campus Clothing Drive to Create Awareness About Apparel Sustainability
A pop-up shop will receive items from 6-7 p.m. today, April 10, at the club meeting in the Human Environmental Sciences Building.
Bumpers, Walton Colleges Showing 'RiverBlue' to Focus on Sustainability in Apparel Industry
The film RiverBlue , which looks at the impact of chemicals and toxic waste in the textile manufacturing industry, will be shown at 6 p.m. Tuesday, April 9, at the Reynolds Center Auditorium.
Cheramie Sets Apparel Sustainability PechaKucha at Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art
Lance Cheramie is holding a Fashion Industry PechaKucha in conjunction with the Arkansas Arts & Fashion Forum and NWA Fashion Week on April 3 at Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art.
Cheramie in Apparel Merchandising Selected as Net Impact Wear It Wise Global Campaign Leader
Lance Cheramie, an instructor in the apparel merchandising and product development program, earned his doctorate in public policy with specialization in sustainability.
Hospitality Students Preparing for 'First-Class' SMASH Networking/Fundraising Dining Event
Tickets and sponsorships to this year's SMASH event - Students Mastering the Art of Southern Hospitality - are available now through March 29. This year's theme is "First-Class Air Travel."
Infants are needed for a feeding study about broccoli and carrots
Infants are needed for a feeding study which looks at the impact of broccoli and carrots on the gut micorbiome and the improvement of immunity. Participants receive $100.
Research Finds Social Support Helps Students Overcome "Task Overload"
A network of supportive friends can help students transitioning into college feel less overwhelmed with daily tasks and responsibilities.
Apparel Merchandising Students Participate in New York Fashion Week
Kenedy Knox and Abby Gray, two U of A students, traveled to this spring's New York Fashion Week to represent the university through the IMG College Licensing and IMG Fashion program.
Programs in Human Environmental Sciences Form Plans to Address Cultural Competence
The School of Human Environmental Sciences is bridging gaps in academic programs where cultural competence is crucial to interacting with people who may have different values, beliefs and feelings.