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Honors Student's Research Draws Miller, Others to OneEgg's Child Nutrition Initiative
Professor Jeff Miller was appointed to the board of directors for OneEgg, which delivers eggs to children in developing countries.
Volunteers Needed for Infant Feeding Study
The School of Human Environmental Sciences is conducting a infant feeding study and is seeking healthy infants to participate.
Local Girls Scouts Make Soap On Campus With Help From Human Environmental Sciences
Faculty members in the U of A's School of Human Environmental Sciences recently spent part of a weekend helping local girl scouts with their holiday soap making project.
Hospitality Students Assist War Eagle Fair Vendors for Service Learning Class
The Festival Management and Analysis course gave hospitality students a hands-on way to understand how to make decisions that help a cultural festival such as the craft fair at War Eagle.
Educators, Administrators at Jean Tyson Child Development Study Center Honored
The School of Human Environmental Sciences hosted its first Alumni, Friends and Families event and honored the Jean Tyson Child Development Study Center.
Wasson Presents Fresh-Produce Food Security Research at Nutrition and Dietetics Conference
Laura Wasson, a senior in dietetics, recently presented research at the national Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics Annual Food and Nutrition Conference and Expo in Washington, D.C.
Kevin and Stephanie Wilcox's Gift Supports Student Success at U of A
A $200,000 gift from the Little Rock couple will create four Advance Arkansas scholarships annually for business and architecture students.
Info Session Set for Students Interested in Child Life Specialist Careers
The School of Human Environmental Sciences is holding an information session is for any students interested in careers as child life specialists from 3:05-4:05 p.m. Wednesday in the AFLS room D-115.
International Collaboration Leads to Insight on Human Behavior and Cognition
Weiyi Ma, an assistant professor in the school of Human Environmental Science, and a colleague are learning how humans behave and develop by studying video game players.
Apparel Students Participate In IMG New York Fashion Week Collegiate Experience Program
Lauren Bouvier and Rachel Rork, students in apparel merchandising and product development, attended the fall New York Fashion Week as guests of IMG College Licensing and IMG Fashion.