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U of A Nursing Instructors Recognized as Leaders by Arkansas Center for Nursing
Nick Hopkins and Jaclyn Johnson work as hourly clinical instructors for the Eleanor Mann School of Nursing, and both are U of A graduates of the nursing school.
Researchers Advance Work to Fight Antibiotic Resistance with NSF Grant
A new $498,983 NSF grant will advance U of A research on improving the antimicrobial properties of silver nanoparticles that fight infection.
New Research Suggests Tart Cherries May Help Intestinal Health
An international team of scientists found that Montmorency tart cherries helped to positively impact the intestinal microbiome.
Register for Eight-Week Krav Maga Self-Defense Course
The Pat Walker Health Center's Wellness and Health Promotion department is offering the course starting Tuesday, Aug. 21.
Psychological Stressors Affect Truck Drivers, Contribute to Industry Shortage, Research Finds
Being a truck driver is a grueling and often thankless job. Time away from home and family, poor pay, and a generally unhealthy lifestyle are affecting the industry.
Study Abroad Trip to New Zealand Puts Adventure Therapy Into Action
Students headed into the rugged mountains of New Zealand to learn about the use of recreational adventure as a way to provide group counseling and therapy to clients.
Nursing Students Both Teach and Learn During Trip to Ghana
Students had the chance to learn about the Ghanan culture and to offer their medical knowledge in return. Some students also collected data for their honors research.
U of A Faculty, Students, Alumni Expand Knowledge of Emerging Disabilities
Lynn Koch and Phil Rumrill edit stories about issues facing people with emerging disabilities, defined as conditions that are either new to medical science or are increasing in incidence or prevalence.
Fitness for Fun Now Enrolling for Fall Session
Participants receive a comprehensive fitness assessment, a personalized exercise prescription and access to all UREC facilities with a semester of personal training.
UREC Outdoors Offers Enrichment Opportunities in Environmental Wellness
During the fall 2017 semester, the U of A launched UARK Wellness, a program that encourages members of the university community to develop across eight wellness dimensions.