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Honors College Calls for Research Team Grant Proposals
A workshop will be held at 3 p.m. Wednesday for faculty interested in applying for a grant to fund an multidisciplinary team of honors students. Deadline to apply is March 29.
Applications Open for Summer 2019 NSF I-Corps Program for Faculty and Student Researchers
The STEAM Training in Entrepreneurial Practices I-Corps Site will fund faculty and student innovators to vet the promise of new technologies during an intensive, two-week summer training program.
Honors Students Study Two-Dimensional Materials One Number at a Time
Honors College students Tyler Bishop and Erin Farmer have honed their research skills while examining tin oxide at the atomic level, resulting in a recently published research paper.
Physicist Receives NSF CAREER Award for Nanowire Research
Selenium and tellurium nanowires each have electrical and magnetic properties that could lead to technological advances.
U of A Anthropology Hosts Open House Feb. 20 for Public Exploration
See how primate anatomy, ancient Egypt and dental patterns can unlock the secrets of humanity during the open house from 4 to 7 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 20, on the first floor of Old Main.
Gordon Named Editor of International Journal of Middle East Studies
Joel Gordon, professor in the Department of History, has been named editor of the International Journal of Middle East Studies, effective this summer.
Professor's Book Seeks to Illuminate the Facts on School Choice
Patrick J. Wolf, Distinguished Professor of Education Policy, has edited a book that dives into the scholarly research on school choice, from vouchers to charters to homeschooling.
New Qualtrics Research Program Offers Nationwide Data and Discounts
A new discounted service through Qualtrics Research Services is now being offered by IT Services and Teaching Innovation and Pedagogical Support.
NIH Funds Interdisciplinary Team Pursuing Better Mitochondrial Disease Diagnosis
An interdisciplinary research team led by Kyle Quinn and Shilpa Iyer has been awarded $395,112 to develop new tools to assess mitochondrial diseases.
Considering Community in Teacher Development
Christian Goering, professor of English education, and a colleague studied the role of "community" in professional development for teachers.