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First Annual Operations Management Scholarship Golf Tournament Raises More Than $1,300
The first annual Master of Science in Operations Management Golf Tournament was held on Saturday, July 28, at Stonebridge Meadows Golf Course.
Summer Camps Provide Science and Engineering Experiences to Students Across the State
More than 300 students attended summer science and engineering camps hosted by the College of Engineering at sites across Arkansas.
Doctoral Student Aims to Improve Arkansas Roads with Coal Byproduct
Casey Jones, a doctoral student in civil engineering, will present his research into fly ash as an alternative to cement used in construction of concrete highways.
Deadline Friday for STEM Camp Offered by CMASE, Bumpers College Departments
Registration for a children's three-day summer STEM camp are being taken through Friday by the Center for Mathematics and Science Education, animal science, food science and horticulture.
Drone Pilot Training Class Offered in Little Rock July 16-20
Training course offered by the College of Engineering and the Global Campus prepares drone pilots to take an FAA certification exam.
Golf Tournament to Support Graduate Scholarship
The 2018 MSOM Scholarship Golf Tournament will be Saturday, July 28, at Stonebridge Meadows Golf Course in Fayetteville. Registration is $100 per player.
Researchers Develop Method for Identifying Radiation-Resistant Tumors
The findings will help clinicians evaluate and match appropriate therapies for patients with lung cancer by identifying radiation-resistant cells through imaging.
Arkansas Researchers to Train Food Science Cybersecurity Professionals
The USDA grant establishes the Food and Cyber Education project to protect the increasingly automated U.S. food industry from cyberattacks.
First UAteach Computer Science Graduates to be Honored at Conference
Program aims to provide computer science teachers for Arkansas high schools to help support Gov. Hutchinson’s educational initiative.
Chemical engineering announces 2018 academy members
The Ralph E. Martin Department of Chemical Engineering has inducted five members into the Arkansas Academy of Chemical Engineers.