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University of Arkansas Summer STEM Camp Open for Registration
Registration for the U of A's Summer STEM Camp for students entering first through sixth grade is now open through July 26.
Speaker to Explore Ancient Textiles and Basketry of Ozarks and Spiro Mounds
Elizabeth Horton is an archeologist who has studied the extensive collections at the U of A Museum.
The Challenges of Studying Snakes is Topic of U of A Museum Lecture
J. D. Willson, associate professor of biological sciences will discuss snakes and their secrets at 7 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 21.
Geosciences Professor to Give Talk on Arkansas Paleontology
Associate professor Celina Suarez will speak on the vertebrate fossil record of the lower cretaceous strata at 7 p,m. Wednesday, Jan. 16, at the Arkansas Archeological Survey Building.
Dinosaur Tracks in Arkansas and the Story They Tell is Subject of Lecture
Associate professor Celina Suarez will discuss what researchers are learning about the times when dinosaurs roamed the state.
Class Develops African Art Exhibit on Campus
Africa in Action: Selections from the University of Arkansas Museum is now on display on the fifth floor of Old Main.
Research Archeologist Studies Prehistoric Textiles at U of A Museum
Elizabeth Horton, research archeologist for the Arkansas Archeological Survey's Toltec Mounds Research Station, is studying prehistoric plant fibers to gain insight on plant domestication in the region.
Memorial Service to Be Held for Nancy McCartney
A memorial celebration of McCartney's life will be held at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship, 901 Cleveland St., Fayetteville, at 11 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 22. A reception will follow.