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For Muldoon, Prestigious Grant Began With a Backyard Telescope
Muldoon was selected for the highly competitive National Science Foundation Faculty Early Career Development Program, a prestigious $500,000 grant for faculty who show promise in teaching and research.
Higher Education Program Faculty, Students Participate in Professional Conferences
Faculty and students participated in the annual conference of the Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education, presenting research and gaining professional knowledge.
Studies Show Some Types of Life Can Survive Conditions Found on Mars
Researchers subjected certain microorganisms to extreme cold and low pressure to test their ability to thrive in Martian soil.
Fay Jones School Professor Contributes Engaged Listening Essay to Participatory Design Book
Noah Billig, an assistant professor of landscape architecture, contributed an essay on engaged listening to a book published by Island Press in 2017.
New Book on Native American Rock Art
George Sabo, professor of anthropology and director of the Arkansas Archeological Survey, is a co-editor of the newly released Transforming the Landscape: Rock Art and the Mississippian Cosmos.
More Than 30 U of A Education Researchers Contribute Knowledge at AERA Conference
Research conducted by more than 30 U of A faculty, staff, students and alumni of the College of Education and Health Professions was featured at this year's annual meeting in New York.
Overcoming Bias About Music Puts the Brain to Work
New research from the University of Arkansas Music Cognition Laboratory gives insight into how the brain judges music quality.
Kemper in Agribusiness Earns PUBP Distinguished Dissertation Award
Nathan Kemper, clinical assistant professor in the Department of Agricultural Economics and Agribusiness, has earned the 2017 Public Policy William Miller Distinguished Dissertation Award for his dissertation.
NSF Award Powers New Technology for Electric Vehicles
Yue Zhao will use the $500,000 award to support his research on silicon carbide high-power motor drives.
Anthropology Doctoral Candidate Awarded NSF Dissertation Grant
John Samuelsen, an anthropology doctoral candidate, was awarded $14,750 to determine if individuals interred in southwest Arkansas grew up in the area or were from some other region.