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U of A Junior Receives En Voz Alta Mentorship for Career Development
Junior Sol Halle will be paired with a U.S. State Department mentor for professional development in the field of national security.
Brian Wiltgen of UC Davis to Speak on Manipulating Memory Traces in the Hippocampus.
Brian Wiltgen, associate professor of psychology at UC Davis, will speak on "Manipulating Memory Traces in the Hippocampus" at noon on Thursday, April 8.
Researcher Receives Navy Grant to Study Creative Decision Making
A $750,000 grant from the Navy to assistant professor Darya Zabelina will fund research into creative decision making and could guide how military personnel are trained.
Willette Hired as Folk Arts Survey Coordinator for University Libraries
Lauren Willette is interviewing Arkansas’ artists, tradition bearers and organizations to create a network of support for folk arts in the state.
Researchers Partner with Fayetteville Police Department to Understand Local Crime and Public Safety Issues
Faculty members Grant Drawve, Casey Harris, Shaun Thomas and Mindy Bradley will bring a wide array of criminal justice and data analytics expertise to the collaboration.
Two Political Science Students Share Views Across the Political Spectrum
Students Anna Cook and Elizabeth Kimbrell may be affiliated with different political parties, but that hasn't stopped the pair from being best friends and talking with NPR's Here & Now about the future of politics.
Matt Judah to Speak on Attention in Social Anxiety Disorder and Depression on Thursday
Matt Judah, an assistant professor of psychological science, will give a seminar on "Attention in Social Anxiety Disorder and Depression: Insights from Evoked Brain Responses" at noon Thursday.
Study: Moral Outrage Is Attractive Among Long-Term Relationship Seekers
Research by Mitch Brown and colleagues finds that people who display, and act on, moral outrage are seen as more benevolent and trustworthy, traits that are advantageous to long-term relationships.
Fulbright College Seeking Submission for New Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Anthology Through March 1
The Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Council in Fulbright College is still accepting submissions for a new self-published anthology called YOUofA: An Anthology of UARK Student Voices.
Study Suggests Link Between DNA and Marriage Satisfaction in Newlyweds
Variation in a specific gene could be related to traits that are beneficial to bonding and relationship satisfaction in the first years of a marriage.