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Let's Talk: CAPS Outreach Program Offers Students Increased Access to Mental Health Services
Increasing access to key mental health services is a top priority for the Pat Walker Health Center's Counseling and Psychological Services.
U of A School of Nursing to Set Up 'Tiny Tusks' Breastfeeding Support Tent at Home Football Games
This service is made possible thanks to a grant from the Women's Giving Circle.
Successful Collaboration at the Epley Center for Health Professions
Graduate students in the communication sciences and disorders program utilized the nursing simulation labs for application-based assignments.
Research Subjects Needed to Determine Changes in Cognition over Time
Women at least 50 years of age are needed to participate in a paid research project
U of A Exercise Science Professor Nic Greene Inducted as a Fellow into the ACSM
Greene is director of the Integrative Muscle Metabolism Laboratory in the Exercise Science Research Center at the U of A.
Walton College Executive Education to Host Health and Business Symposium
Registration is now open for the Sam M. Walton College of Business' annual Health and Business Symposium at the Clinton Presidential Center in Little Rock on Sept. 19.
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.
U of A Exercise is Medicine Initiative Earns Award
The University of Arkansas' Exercise is Medicine on Campus initiative was recently awarded a bronze award at the American College of Sports Medicine meeting.
Researchers Develop New Method for Making Inorganic Catalytic Nanoparticles
Imann Mosleh, doctoral student chemical engineering, helped develop a method to synthesize inorganic nanoparticles using inhomogenous, or impure, biomaterials.
Grant's Goal Is to Improve the Health of Arkansans Who Lack Easy Access to Primary Care Services
U of A student Crystal Baker is among previous grant recipients who are working as nurses in underserved areas of Arkansas.