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UA Press Author Kent Bonar to Appear at Fayetteville Roots Festival
The master naturalist will take part in a radio interview, book signing, and nature walks as part of the festival.
Schedule Now Available for Fall Open Education Event
The symposium, co-sponsored by the University Libraries and Global Campus, is set for Oct. 1-2 and will connect supporters of open education for presentations, lightning talks and panel discussions.
Jose Padua Named 2019 Miller Williams Poetry Prize Winner
Padua earned a $5,000 prize for his poetry collection, A Short History of Monsters; Jess Williard named as finalist.
Research Professor Presents Seminars at University in China
Steve Stephenson, a research professor in biological sciences, recently presented two seminars in the Engineering Research Center of the Chinese Ministry of Education for Edible and Medicinal Fungi.
Agricultural Technology and Law Issues to Be Discussed at National Conference
The conference — Advancing American Agriculture: Ag Technology & The Law — will be Aug. 15-16 in Little Rock at the Statehouse Convention Center.
U of A Professor Answers Questions About School Segregation at Writers' Conference
Patrick Wolf, Distinguished Professor of education reform, took part in a panel discussion at the Education Writers Association annual seminar at the University of Southern California.
Dean Waller Speaks at Governor's Transformation Town Hall
Matt Waller, dean of Walton College, participated in a panel discussion on Tuesday, May 8, at a Transformation Town Hall in Springdale conducted by Gov. Asa Hutchinson.
Brain Development Is Topic of U of A Summer Play Therapy Conference
Richard Gaskill, former chair of the board of directors of the national Association for Play Therapy, will speak at the conference on June 22 and 23. Registration is open for the conference.
Graduate Student to Be Panelist at Trade With Africa Business Summit
Mulimbi Byamungu, a graduate student in agricultural economics and agribusiness, will be a panelist at the Trade with Africa Business Summit 2018 on May 11.
Commercialization and Innovation Roundtable Set for May 14
Faculty are invited to participate in a day of learning and discussion on May 14 that will provide insights into broadening the impact of the university's commercialization activities.