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U of A Offers Internships for Students Focused on Sustainability
University of Arkansas students interested in sustainability can make a difference through the Office for Sustainability internship program.
Researchers Document the Oldest Known Trees in Eastern North America
A stand of bald cypress in North Carolina includes trees as old as 2,624 years, making them the longest-lived wetland species in the world.
Student Publications Focus on Bioregionalism and Ecological Literacy
Two sections of Special Topics Composition II studied Ecological Literacy and worked together to design publications for their final projects.
University Recreation Gives Back to Campus During First Departmental Trash Cleanup
Nine staff members of University Recreation collected 100 pounds of trash from Mullins Creek in under one hour.
May at Garvan Gardens Features Mother's Day Concert, Bonsai Workshops, Winemaking Class
Garvan Woodland Gardens will celebrate the warmer weather of May with a selection of classes, concerts and activities for children and adults.
'Environmental STEMinism' Video Wins Big at Planet Forward Storyfest Contest
Two University of Arkansas student producers will take a 10-day storytelling voyage through the Galápagos Islands, documenting plastic pollution.
Victoria Herrmann to Present 'Weathering It Together' Earth Day Lecture on April 22
Victoria Herrmann will present a lecture on infrastructure changes happening as a result of climate change at 4:45 p.m. Monday, April 22, in Ken and Linda Sue Shollmier Hall, Room 250 of Vol Walker Hall.
April Brings Botanical Illustration and Herbalist Series, Art History Class to Garvan Gardens
April at Garvan Woodland Gardens is packed with activities that include a bonsai workshop, tai chi classes, an art history class and two series focused on botanical illustration and herbs.
What Lies Beneath: Exploring a Cave With UREC Outdoors and Geosciences Department
A small team of students, faculty and staff combined cave exploration with a bioinventory cave-monitoring project.
Memorial Service for Doug James on March 31
A celebration of the life of Douglas A. James, a long-time professor of zoology and biology, will be held from 3-5 p.m. Sunday, March 31, at the Mount Sequoyah Center. All are welcome.