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STEM Students: Don't Miss Ready.Set.STEM and Walmart Resume Reviews Tomorrow
The University Career Development Center, in collaboration with Walmart, will host Ready.Set.STEM from 5-6:30 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 27, in Arkansas Union 507.
U of A Hosts Third German STEM Immersion Day for High Schools
Students from Central High School, Fayetteville High School, and Springdale High School spent the day at the Fayetteville U of A campus on Feb. 22, conducting science experiments in German.
Applications Open Now for 2020 Engineering Summer Camps
The University of Arkansas College of Engineering is offering programs that serve students currently in 1st through 11th grade with programs offered at eight sites across the state.
$1 Million Gift to Support Engineering Electrical Engineering Students, Outreach and Facilities
Leaders from SWEPCO and the U of A celebrated a $1 million gift to support electrical engineering outreach, improve undergraduate research opportunities and provide upgrades to student facilities.
What Next? Post-Graduation Options Seminars
Art Serratelli, an immigration attorney, will give presentations during a campus visit on Monday and Tuesday, Feb. 17-18.
Inventors Spotlight: Steve Tung and Bo Ma
Professor Steve Tung and postdoctoral research fellow Bo Ma have been awarded a second commercialization grant from the Chancellor's Fund in support of their portable, handheld DNA-sequencing system.
Delta Autism Project is the Focus of New Short Takes Video
The Project trains teachers in the Helena-West Helena region on curriculum for children with autism, closing the gap in services.
Biomedical Engineering Student Earns American Heart Association Fellowship
Christofer Baldwin, a doctoral student researching how to produce stem-cell-derived cells that can help repair damage in the cardiovascular system, was awarded $62,000.
Industrial Engineering Professor to Partner with IBM on Food-Borne Illness Response
Xiao Liu, assistant professor of industrial engineering, has received a $238,000 award through the National Science Foundation's Established Program to Stimulate Competitive Research.
Biological Engineering Seminar to Discuss Salmonella Detection
Xinge Xi, a doctoral student in biological engineering, will give a seminar from 10:45-11:45 Friday, Jan. 31, in Room 1108G of Bell Engineering Center.