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Weatherby's Law Article Offers Legal Framework to Examine School Discipline Reform
Associate professor Danielle Weatherby's new article, "Student Discipline and the Active Avoidance Doctrine," has been published in the newest issue of the University of California Davis Law Review.
New Drug Delivery System Targets Spinal Cord Injuries
Young Hye Song, assistant professor of biomedical engineering, has been awarded a grant to improve treatments for spinal cord injuries by developing a new drug delivery method using stem cells.
University of Arkansas Press Announces New Books for Spring
New books in history, poetry, queer studies, literature, and art are some of the UA Press’s spring 2021 offerings.
New Edition of Sport Public Relations Textbook Offers Online Learning Tools
The third edition of the textbook Sport Public Relations reflects the evolution of the field with modern applications across a wide range of media channels.
Fulbright College Awards 2021 Summer Stipends in Support of Humanities Research
Four humanities scholars in Fulbright College earned 2021 Summer Research Stipends to support their research and publication efforts, including Mengfei Guan, Fernando Riva, Bret Schulte and Valandra.
Pryor Center's Arkansas Atoll Podcast Shares Stories From Marshallese
The new podcast focuses on various topics including the Marshall Islands’ growing community in Northwest Arkansas.
Grad Students Ravelombola, Walton Top Three in Crop Science Society Poster Contests
Francia Ravelombola and Thomas Walton of Bumpers College earned recognition for competing in the student poster contest during the virtual 2020 Crop Science Society of America Annual Meeting.
Physicists Discover Unifying Framework for Patterns in Two-Dimensional Ferroelectrics
The discovery by Yousra Nahas, research assistant professor of physics, and colleagues could help development of high-density information coding systems in computers and other electronics.
Gender Studies Director to Publish New Edited Collection, '#MeToo: A Rhetorical Zeitgeist'
Award-winning author Lisa M. Corrigan has edited a new book titled, #MeToo: A Rhetorical Zeitgeist, that offers the first comprehensive study of the rhetorical politics of #MeToo activism.
Courtyard Curvahedra to be Installed at Gearhart Hall
The Curvahedra, designed and constructed by Honors College professors, is 12 feet in diameter and is planned for the courtyard of Gearhart Hall.