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Reinhold Martin to Present 'Dialectical Regionalism: For a Green New Deal' Lecture on Nov. 15
Reinhold Martin of Columbia University will present a lecture at 5 p.m. Friday, Nov. 15, in Ken and Linda Sue Shollmier Hall, Room 250 of Vol Walker Hall.
Interdisciplinary Sustainability Minor Available to All University Students
The sustainability minor is an 18-hour interdisciplinary program that can enhance and reflect each student's academic and career interests.
U of A Joins Select Company, Earns Gold Status as a Bicycle Friendly University
University of Arkansas becomes only second SEC institution to receive Gold award designation from the League of American Bicyclists.
Transportation Survey Indicates Big Shift Away From Driving
The number of drive-alone commuters has dropped significantly while the number of faculty, staff and students who walk, bicycle or ride transits has grown.
Sustainable Transportation 'Pecha Kucha' Is First in a Series
The first session will be at 1:30 today, Oct. 10, at the Vol Walker Sky Terrace Conference Room, 420, and will focus on active transportation, U of A transportation systems and the VeoRide bike share.
Engineers Work With Arkansas Farmers to Develop Sustainable Rice Production
Ben Runkle and his team work in the field find ways to increase the production of Arkansas’ top agricultural product while using less water.
Matlock Takes Climate Change Message to Two Continents in One Week
Marty Matlock, director of the U of A Resiliency Center, told audiences in Denmark and Mexico that agriculture can play a major role in returning balance to the planet's carbon cycle.
Fay Jones School Hosts Symposium on Design Excellence in Timber and Wood
The three-day event Oct. 4-6 is co-hosted by the U.S. Forest Service and will feature 15 internationally recognized architects and engineers.
Join People Around the World Striking for the Planet at the NWA Climate Strike
This Friday, Sept. 27, the Center for Sustainability and the Young Democrats register student organization will be co-sponsoring and joining the Northwest Arkansas Climate Strike at the Fayetteville Square.
Social Innovation Challenge Brings Innovation to Bear on Food Insecurity, Sustainability
The Social Innovation Challenge connects a multidisciplinary network of classes with local, national, and international organizations committed to addressing pressing social and environmental problems.