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Researchers Find Cost-Effective Method for Hydrogen Fuel Production Process
Nanoparticles composed of nickel and iron increase the efficiency and cost-effectiveness of water electrolysis in hydrogen fuel production.
Pryor Center Presents 'The Long Southern Strategy: How Chasing Voters in the White South Changed American Politics'
Angie Maxwell, director of the Diane Blair Center of Southern Politics and Society will discuss the 50-year political strategy that turned the South from blue to red.
U of A Exhibit Commemorates 100th Anniversary of Emiliano Zapata's Death
The Mexican revolutionary and a symbol of resistance and hope is the focal point of an exhibit and events in April examining his legacy.
Angie Thomas Lecture Moving to Walton Arts Center to Meet Demand
Free tickets reserved at the Faulkner Center for the One Book, One Community event will be honored, more are now available at the WAC.
Graduate Students in English Conference Opens Conversations on Difficult Topics
Student and faculty presentations at the conference included conversations about topics such as grief and death, mental health, literatue, race, gender and sexuality.
U of A Hosts Symposium About England and Europe Centuries Before Brexit
The Medieval and Renaissance Studies Program will host a day-long symposium titled "No Island is an Island: The Circulation of English Books and People in Pre-modern Europe" Thursday, March 28.
Conference to Celebrate Jewish Contributions to Middle East Music, March 28-29
Experts from around the world will gather at the University of Arkansas to discuss the role played by Middle Eastern Jews in the region's music, from Morocco to Iran, on March 28-29.
Utley selected as the 2019 Johnson Fellow
University of Arkansas alumnus Mike Utley will visit the university campus April 9-12 as the Arkansas Alumni Association 2019 Johnson Fellow.
What Lies Beneath: Exploring a Cave With UREC Outdoors and Geosciences Department
A small team of students, faculty and staff combined cave exploration with a bioinventory cave-monitoring project.
Multi-Sensory Musical Project 'Monajat' Performed at Stella Boyle Concert Hall, March 28
"Monajat," singer Galeet Dardashti's most recent multi-sensory piece, will be performed at 7:30 p.m. March 28 in the Stella Boyle Smith Concert Hall as part of the Jewish Contributions to Middle East Music conference.