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Scientists Lead New Efforts to Enhance Sustainability of Produce Supply Chains
Marty Matlock will co-lead a strategic dialogue today regarding new efforts to enhance the productivity, resilience and sustainability of domestic fruit and vegetable supply chains.
Funding Opportunities for Nutrition, Obesity and Health Researchers
The Office of the Vice Provost for Research and Innovation is seeking proposals for cross-institutional, multidisciplinary projects in the area of nutrition, obesity and health.
Honors College Collecting Healthy Snacks, Meals for Kids Facing Food Insecurity
Honors College students will be collecting healthy snacks and microwaveable meals Nov. 6-10 for schoolchildren at risk for hunger.
Center for Childhood Obesity Prevention Accepting Pilot Study Applications
The Center for Childhood Obesity Prevention at the Arkansas Children's Research Institute in Little Rock is accepting research proposal applications for the 2018 pilot study program.
One Book, One Community Author to Speak on Campus Nov. 2
Cristina Henríquez, author of The Book of Unknown Americans, will give a free public lecture at 7 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 2, in Hillside Auditorium.
Breast Cancer Awareness Month: Risk Factors and Protective Steps
Jae Kyeom Kim, U of A assistant professor of human nutrition, describes risk factors for breast cancer and the protective measures that men and women can take to reduce occurrence.
Indigenous Food and Agriculture Initiative to Host Emerson Fellows
Two Emerson National Hunger Fellows will work on Native American food policy issues while placed at the University of Arkansas.
U of A Doctoral Student Earns Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Scholarship
Electa Hare-Redcorn will study indigenous food sovereignty, health and agriculture policy to help combat chronic disease and obesity.
Students Invited to Learn About Writing for Spoon University's Food Publication
Check out Spoon University, a national food publication written by college students, during an information session from 6-7 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 11, in Kimpel 105.
Eating Healthy Is Possible for College Students
Instructor Nancy Buckley in the human nutrition and dietetics program offers suggestions for healthy foods even when life gets hectic on campus.