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IBM Inventor Childress Presenting Award for Best Collaborative Garment at Enclothe Fashion Show
Enclothe: Timeless is at 8 p.m. today in the Fayetteville Town Center. Rhonda Childress, vice president of IBM, will present an award for the best collaborative effort on a garment at the event.
Enclothe: Timeless Shows off Range of Students' Fashion-Related Skills
Students from several U of A departments are collaborating in the apparel program’s annual fashion show on April 12.
Deadline for Undergraduate Researchers to Submit to Discovery Journal Is May 2
Degree-seeking undergraduate students with a major or minor within Bumpers College conducting research are encouraged to submit their papers by the deadline, May 2.
Tickets on Sale for Apparel Program's Enclothe: Timeless Fashion Show
Tickets are on sale for this year's fashion show, which features creations by students in Bumpers College's apparel merchandising and product development program.
Williams in Human Development Studying Impact of Perception of Performance on Young Athletes
Amanda Williams of the School of Human Environmental Sciences is researching how stories and public perception of the success and failure of young athletes affects them.
Hamm Creates Event and Venue Management Course for Hospitality Innovation Program
The course is primarily for students in the hospitality innovation program, which is housed in the School of Human Environmental Sciences, but is open to any student.
Weiyi Ma's Research on Children's Eye Gaze Patterns and Syntax Published
Ma, assistant professor of human development and family sciences, conducted a study on "Children's Use of Morphological Cues in Real-Time Event Representation" with Peng Zhou of Tsinghua University.
One Hour of Video Gaming Can Increase the Brain's Ability to Focus
Researchers observed increased skills in the area of visual selective attention as well as changes in brain activity after one hour of gaming.
Architect Anne Fougeron, a Housing Visiting Professor, to Present 'Home Sweet Home' Lecture
Anne Fougeron will present a lecture titled "Home Sweet Home" at 4:30 p.m. Monday, Feb. 12, in Ken and Linda Sue Shollmier Hall, Room 250 of Vol Walker Hall
Social Leisure Engagement: Participating in Leisure With Others May Affect Well-Being for Students
James Duncan of Bumpers College and colleagues recently examined the correlation between college students' participation in social leisure activities and their mental health.