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Learn How to Use New Funding Search Platform GrantForward
GrantForward allows users to create a personal profile that highlights their research achievements and specifies their research interests to receive personalized grant recommendations.
Crafting Your Book Proposal: A Summer Seminar for Faculty
Are you ready to write your book proposal? Come join a summer group and get tips from a veteran university press editor and feedback from fellow faculty.
Communication Professor Examines Fake News
Stephanie Schulte, associate professor of communication, recently authored a chapter in the newly released, Fake News: Understanding Media and Misinformation in the Digital Age.
U of A Students Participate in the Sixth Annual Arkansas Bioinformatics Consortium
Fourteen undergraduate and two graduate students recently represented the U of A at the 2020 Arkansas Bioinformatics Consortium held on Feb. 10-11 in Little Rock.
Special Education Professor's Book Offers Advice on Sexuality Education for Children with Autism
Peggy Schaefer Whitby, a professor of special education, has fielded calls for years about how to teach sexuality education to children with autism. Now she has a book to help them.
Binns to Present on Arkansas and Socialism March 4
Samuel Binns, a graduate student in the creative writing program, will present "To Labor for Justice: Arkansas and Socialism" at 5 p.m. Wednesday, March 4, in Mullins Library Room 130.
Collaborative Event to Assist Graduate Students With Research
Just getting started with research? Check out events on Feb. 25-26 with answers about how to start, where to publish, how to keep current in your field and more. Sessions have limited space. Register by Feb. 24.
VCRI to Host NSF Early Career Workshop March 10
The Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research and Innovation invites all junior faculty members to the NSF Early Career Workshop. It will be from 10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. March 10. RSVP to attend.
New Study Results Consistent With Dog Domestication During Ice Age
A research team performed dental microwear analysis on canid fossils from a Paleolithic site in the Czech Republic.
COEHP Professor Co-Authors Book to Help Educators and Parents Navigate Special Ed Law
Kevin Brady, an associate professor of educational leadership, has a newly released book helping educators, parents and others who work closely with children and youth with disabilities.