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Physicist Hugh Churchill Receives Presidential Early Career Award
The Presidential Early Career Awards are the highest honor bestowed by the federal government on scientists and engineers who are early in their research careers.
Researchers Demonstrate New Properties of Atomically Thin Ferroelectrics
Doctoral fellow Brandon J. Miller and associate professor Salvador Barraza-Lopez collaborated with experimental groups in China and Germany.
U of A Students Named as Goldwater Scholars, Udall Honorable Mentions
Goldwater Scholarships are awarded to undergraduates in math, science and engineering; Udall honors environmental and Native American work.
Fulbright College Announces 2019 Connor Faculty Fellows
Twelve outstanding, hard-working faculty members have been selected as the 2019 class of Connor Faculty Fellows at the J. William Fulbright College of Arts and Sciences.
Fulbright College Celebrates 2019 Scholars Graduating With a 4.0 GPA
Forty-seven of the more than 1,000 Fulbright College graduates this spring maintained a perfect 4.0 GPA and completed more than half of their coursework with the U of A.
Promising Material Could Lead to Faster, Cheaper Computer Memory
Researchers confirmed that bismuth ferrite, which responds to both magnetic and electric fields, can be used to efficiently store information.
U of A Faculty's Open Educational Resources Added to Institutional Repository
University Libraries and Global Campus funded open resource projects completed by four faculty members — Daniel Barth, Julio Gea-Banacloche, Adam Rex Pope and Michael R. Thomsen.
Research on Disk Galaxies Sheds Light on Movement of Stars
The University of Arkansas research is a step toward solving the mystery of how disk galaxies maintain the shape of their spiral arms.
New Book Traces Expeditions to Test Einstein's Theory of Relativity
Physics professor Daniel Kennefick writes about the 1919 eclipse, which provided the data to confirm the revolutionary theory.
Researchers Observe Formation of a Magnetar 6.5 Billion Light Years Away
X-ray data holds evidence of two neutron stars merging to form a celestial object with an extremely powerful magnetic field.