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Student in Communication Disorders Program Appointed to National Leadership Position
Elizabeth Ashbaugh was appointed to serve as Arkansas' state student officer for the National Student Speech Language Hearing Association chapter.
Study: Blood Biomarkers to Predict Muscle Mass Loss
Participants are needed for a study examining blood, muscle mass, and functional task performance assessment.
Exercise Is Medicine Presents Field Day on Oct. 23
The Exercise Is Medicine Program involves doing a fun, simple exercise at each of five stations around campus. The inaugural event is from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Tuesday, Oct 23.
New Professor Receives Grant for Assisted Communication Research
Christine Holyfield, assistant professor of communication disorders, has received a New Investigators Research Grant from the American Speech-Language-Hearing Foundation.
Seeking Couples for a Paid Research Study on Sexual Communication
A study to better understand how sexual desires are communicated is seeking participants — two partners in a committed sexual relationship and at least 18 years of age.
Students to Speak Today About Exercise Science Research
Lisa Jansen and Kirsten Dunlap, graduate students in exercise science, will present their research from 3 to 4 p.m. today, Oct. 12 in Room 311 of the HPER Building.
Student Employees Propel University Recreation
Students fill positions as lifeguards, fitness instructors, intramural officials, graphic designers, outdoor trip leaders, facility supervisors and more than 28 other job titles.
Research Shows At-Risk Elementary Students Benefit from Child-Centered Play Therapy
Elementary school students who received child-centered play therapy services over the course of a school year showed significant positive changes, according to data collected by two U of A professors.
U of A Graduate Receives Grant for Lab Equipment in First Science Teaching Job
Matthew Holden, a May graduate in his first year of teaching, received a grant this fall with fellow teacher Cameron Simpkins to purchase lab equipment for their science classes at Fayetteville High School.
College of Education and Health Professions Invites Faculty, Staff to Diversity Discussion
Yvette Murphy-Erby, vice chancellor for diversity and inclusion, is the speaker at the College of Education and Health Professions' first Coffee and Critical Conversations. RSVP online by Thursday.