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Study Confirms Micro-Algae's Cleaning Ability in Wastewater Treatment
Environmental engineers found Chlorella vulgaris, a single-celled algae, excelled at removing nutrients from wastewater discharge.
Annual 'Give a Cookie, Get a Cookie' Returns to Kick Off Holiday Season
The campus community is invited to decorate cookies for themselves and as holiday treats for food insecure students or children.
Air Pumps Refurbished at Bike Repair Stations
Two bike repair stations on campus — one at the Arkansas Union and a second near Humphreys Hall — have been refurbished with air pumps to keep students rolling through the school year.
Bumpers College Student Used Her Love of Plants to Create a Reuse, Reduce, Recycle Plant Program
Sophomore Rhiannon de la Rosa transforms used plastic containers from U of A dining halls into planters to provide free plants to students across campus.
Interdisciplinary Sustainability Minor Available to All Students
The minor in sustainability provides foundational knowledge and skills related to the emerging discipline of sustainability and to prepare students to become innovators within their diverse fields.
Taking Care of Customers and Environment Pays Off, Study Shows
Researchers found companies that receive awards for customer service and environmental sustainability report better sales growth and cost efficiency.
VeoRide Optimizes Service Area and Introduces 'Hubs'
Data from the first month of bicycle use in VeoRide bike-share program have allowed establishment of "hubs" where higher use of the bicycles can be concentrated.
U of A Students Awarded Steele-Croxton Memorial Scholarships
Donations are being sought to support students focusing on careers in the water sector.
U of A Researchers Lead Consortium Studying Genetics of Heat-Tolerant Rice
A study of hundreds of varieties of rice could help farmers breed crops that can withstand the stress of increasing temperatures.
Matlock, Champion of Science in Sustainability, Honored With Borlaug Communication Award
Marty Matlock, director of the University of Arkansas Resiliency Center, was honored with the Borlaug Communication Award by the Council for Agricultural Science and Technology.