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Biology Professor Publishes Three Books on Slime Molds, Mushrooms
Steve Stephenson, a research professor in the Department of Biological Sciences, recently co-authored or co-edited three books on myxomycetes and mushroom hunting.
New UA Press Book Combines Lifelong Work of Botanist, Naturalist
Two December events in Fayetteville and Jasper will celebrate publication of An Arkansas Florilegium.
Alumnus Zach Simpson Continues Studies of Phosphorus in New Zealand Streams
Zach Simpson, who earned degrees in biological engineering, is now a doctoral student in New Zealand, where he continues research of water quality.
Arkansas Water Resources Center Materials Available in ScholarWorks@UARK
A number of publications from the Arkansas Water Resources Center are now available through the University of Arkansas Libraries' institutional repository, ScholarWorks@UARK. This information is free to access and open to all.
Holiday Lights, Concert, Workshops Among November Events at Garvan Woodland Gardens
A new art exhibition, botany and vermicomposting workshops, and a concert to kick off the Holiday Lights season are among the fall activities planned in November at Garvan Woodland Gardens.
Cold Summer in Greenland Studying How Ice Moves
Matt Covington, assistant professor of geosciences, and colleagues begin three-year study of effects by meltwater on glacial movement along the Greenland ice sheet.
Conway Project Wins LafargeHolcim Acknowledgement Award
The U of A Community Design Center and Office for Sustainability collaborated on urban watershed framework plan.
Mighty Mites Manifest Massive Manual
Post doctoral researcher Ray Fisher was dead set against studying mites — for 10 whole minutes.
Civil Engineering Professor Documents Experience Studying Mexico Earthquake
Civil engineering professor Clint Wood relates his experience in Mexico, examining the effects of the recent earthquake that hit Mexico City and Puebla.