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College of Engineering Annual Food Drive
Tau Beta Pi and the College of Engineering Staff Council are excited to host another canned food drive! All proceeds will go to the Full Circle Food Pantry. This event is running through March 12.
Bumpers College Honors Students Receive Grants for Research Projects
Grace Clark, Daniella Duran, Amber Knoernschild, Nicholas Pohlman and Emily Spatz have been awarded between $875 and $1,000 each for their individual research projects.
March German Cooking Club: Palatschinken, or Austrian Crepes
The German Cooking Club is meeting at 3 p.m. this Saturday, March 6, to make Palatschinken, or Austrian crepes. Register via Zoom to join the event.
Food on the Hill Virtual Focus Groups
Food on the Hill would greatly appreciate your participation in one of their upcoming virtual focus group sessions, so that they may hear your candid feedback regarding your 2020-21 dining experience.
Walmart Foundation Gift Provides for Food Recovery and Pantry Expansions
A $100,000 grant from the Walmart Foundation will help support food insecurity efforts underway at the Jane Gearhart Full Circle Food Pantry at the University of Arkansas.
Vote Now for Hospitality Management's Bayyari in Bon Appetit 'World's Favorite Chef' Contest
If hospitality management instructor Lobat Bayyari wins the Bon Appetit contest, she wants to use the prize to establish a scholarship for students and create cooking videos.
Full Circle Food Pantry Turns 10
The Jane B. Gearhart Full Circle Food Pantry started serving the needs of the campus community in the area of food insecurity on Feb. 7, 2011.
Sensory Science Journal Club Meets Monday, Open to All U of A Students, Faculty and Staff
The U of A's Sensory Science Journal Club, which reviews recent research and advancements in the area of sensory and consumer science, is holding its first meeting of the year at 4 p.m. today via Zoom.
February German Cooking Club: Swiss Bread
The February German Cooking Club will meet at 3 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 6, and learn how to bake the famous Cory-Ricker Swiss bread recipe. Register for the Zoom meeting.
Trebicki to Speak Today on Climate Change, Plant Viruses and Food Security
Senior research scientist Piotr Trebicki of the University of Melbourne will speak on climate change and epidemiology of vector transmitted plant viruses as well as implications for future food security.