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Rural Arkansas Nurse Accomplishes Longtime Goal Through U of A Online Program
After a false start in the 1980s, Cheryl Clayborn of the Deer community returned to the university via an online program to earn her bachelor's degree in nursing this year.
Health Center Opens New Addition; Women's Clinic, Wellness Celebrate New Space
Pat Walker Health Center celebrated the opening of its new, state-of-the-art, 20,000-square-foot addition, allowing broader and comprehensive services and programs.
New Method Could Improve Longevity and Lessen Wear of Artificial Hips
A new technique improves lubrication of implants used for artificial hips and might reduce or eliminate the need for revision surgery.
Animal Science Graduate Saldana to Use Degree on Improving Milk Production in Native Panama
Brayan Saldana, a student in the animal science program of Bumpers College, plans to take experiences home to improve dairy operations and milk quality.
Class Assignment About Lyme Disease Turns Into Publication in Top Nursing Journal
While a student at the U of A, Bailey Phillips researched an article to teach nurses how to diagnose and treat Lyme disease. It was published by the American Journal of Nursing.
College of Education and Health Professions Honors Outstanding Faculty
The College of Education and Health Professions presented awards to outstanding faculty at a meeting April 4 in the Graduate Education Building.
Free, Weekly Tai Chi Class Begins May 9 at Pat Walker Health Center
Starting Wednesday, May 9, Pat Walker Health Center's Wellness & Health Promotion department will offer a free, weekly Tai Chi class.
There Is More Than One Way to Say 'No,' Researchers Find
U of A researchers find students use a variety of ways to refuse sex beyond just “saying no,” including direct and indirect body language.
New Student Jobs at the McMillon Innovation Studio
Beginning in fall 2018, the McMillon Innovation Studio will be forming innovation design teams that will focus on prototyping new models of delivery, services, products and policies. All majors may apply.
Undergraduates Research Aging, Sexual Consent, Hydration in Award-Winning Projects
The undergraduate competition is for students in the college's Honors Program, which sponsors the competition. Awards were presented April 17 at the Arkansas Union.