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First Footage From Historic KATV News Film Archive Now Available Online
The Pryor Center for Arkansas Oral and Visual History was able to digitize the material thanks to a gift from the Tyson Family Foundation.
Department of Psychological Science to Host Colloquium on 'Lying Brains' and Neuroimaging
The Department of Psychological Science will host a colloquium given by Giorgio Ganis of the University of Plymouth at 4 p.m. Friday, Aug. 30.
Department of Sociology and Criminology Remembers William D. Mangold Jr.
Mangold, professor emeritus of sociology, passed away in Sebastian, Florida on July 3.
Sui to Discuss University-Industry Partnerships at Oxford Summit
Daniel Sui, vice chancellor for research and innovation, will give a presentation about the role of social sciences in university-industry partnerships at the University of Oxford in England.
Department of Sociology and Criminology Welcomes New Terrorism Research Center Director
The Department of Sociology and Criminology welcomes Jeff Gruenewald to its faculty, as an associate professor and new director of the Terrorism Research Center.
School of Social Work Awarded Social Justice Warrior Award by Arkansas Support Network
Professor Ananda Rosa, director of the Field Education Program, accepted the award on behalf of the School of Social Work.
Research Examines Link Between Unconscious Bias and Its Effect on Behavior
‘Implicit bias’ is often cited as the underlying cause of discrimination. A new look at the research examines whether it can be changed and its link to behavior.
Study Shows Visual Framing by Media in Debates Affects Public Perception
New research shows the way presidential candidates in a crowded field are treated visually by the media affects how viewers perceive them.
Fulbright College Wins Gold CASE 2019 Circle of Excellence Award for Fulbright REVIEW
Fulbright College recently won recognition in the Council for Advancement and Support of Education 2019 Circle of Excellence awards for its Fulbright REVIEW digital publication and newsletter.
Journalism Students Investigate Child Abuse Reporting Practices
U of A students take part in research that shows half of U.S. abuse deaths are not being reported.