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Graduate Assistantship Position Available With Service Learning Initiative
The Service Learning Initiative is looking for a graduate assistant for the 2019-20 school year. Review of applications will begin March 15.
Bumpers Crop of Students Earn Graduate Degrees in Entomology and Plant Pathology
Thirteen students earned graduate degrees in entomology and plant pathology in 2018. The two programs are merging into one department.
Graduate Students in English Hosts Academic Conference March 9
The conference, "Opening Doors: Creating Opportunities for Difficult Conversations," will be from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, March 9, in Kimpel Hall. Conference tickets available for pickup at Kimpel.
New Qualtrics Research Program Offers Nationwide Data and Discounts
A new discounted service through Qualtrics Research Services is now being offered by IT Services and Teaching Innovation and Pedagogical Support.
State Athletic Trainers' Association Sponsors U of A Student for Conference
Mitchell G. Skiller, a graduate student in the university's athletic training program, was awarded a grant to cover the expenses of attending a national conference in late January.
School of Art Hosts First Master of Fine Arts Open Studios Tour
Experience a behind-the-scenes look into the graduate students' private studios and gain insights into their artistic process.
Marino to Kick Off Libraries' Spring Graduate Speaker Series Feb. 7
Graduate student Alex Marino will give a lecture at 4 p.m. Thursday about Sen. J. William Fulbright' investigation of foreign efforts to influence American politics.
Peculiar Physics at Work in the Brain
Comparing the brain activity of a mouse at coarse scale or fine scale, graduate student Vidit Agrawal and colleagues found that the same rules govern the activity.
Mayfield Receives Austrian Marshall Scholarship to Complete Food Science Doctoral Project
Sarah Mayfield has completed a research project involving a healthier chocolate created with soy oil and is now working on wine made with grapes grown in Arkansas.
U of A Online Bachelor's Degree Programs Ranked No. 18 by 'U.S. News'
Online graduate education programs climbed to No. 46, and online graduate engineering programs held steady at No. 45