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U of A Hosts 'Fearless Conversation' Panel on Immigration and Migration
Community members are invited to share in an open-dialogue about these timely topics, hosted by Fulbright College on March 27.
School of Art Director Candidates to Visit U of A, Give Public Presentations
Four finalists plan March and April campus visits. Each will hold a public forum and presentation in Gearhart Hall, beginning March 27.
Social and Demographic Factors Linked to Charitable Giving in Recent Study
Characteristics that predict higher levels of giving include age, sex, political affiliation, trust and social connectedness.
U of A Professor Emeritus of Art John Newman Shares Visual Journey at Art Ventures Gallery
The School of Art celebrates the exhibition of John Newman Retrospective: Visual Stories of Shared Experiences at Art Ventures in downtown Fayetteville, on exhibit now through March 31.
Music Honors Recital Winners Announced
Dale Alimena, Cody Hutchison, Nicholas Liebl, David Gonzalez, Dylan Adkins, Lisa Kulczak, Hannah Rodriguez, Fiona Slaughter, Rosabelle Zhou, Jae Yeon Chang, Nathan Barker and Morgen Cavanah will perform April 15.
Physics Colloquium Today on Spin Waves in Chiral Two-Dimensional Electron Systems
Carsten A. Ullrich of the University of Missouri will present a Physics Colloquium about spin waves in chiral two-dimensional electron systemrs from 4-5 p.m. Friday, March 16.
Power Outage Planned for Kimpel Hall
The power will be off to the entire building Saturday, March 17, and in the four-story section of the building through Spring Break.
Paid Study for People Who Frequently Diet
If you are over the age of 25 and you regularly diet, you may be eligible to participate in a study that examines eating behavior in daily life.
New Research Could Lead to More Effective Chemotherapy
An international team explored the use of platinum- and gold-based molecular complexes to design potential new anticancer drugs.
Paid Study for People who Smoke at Least One Cigarette Per Week
The Laboratory for Emotion and Addictive Processes is conducting a study that includes both people who smoke occasionally (e.g., not every day) and daily smokers.