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U of A, MLK Council Partner for MLK Legacy Events
A slate of events will include a food drive, memorial service, and virtual freedom march to honor the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr.
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.
U of A Hosts Nobel Prize Laureate Muhammad Yunus on Jan. 22
The economist Muhammad Yunus will talk with students and community members about microfinance and social business during a lecture at 8 a.m. CST Friday, Jan. 22, via Zoom. RSVP for the event.
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.
Campus Community Invited to Participate in National Day of Racial Healing
The U of A's Truth, Racial Healing and Transformation Campus Center invites the campus community to celebrate the fifth annual National Day of Racial Healing on Tuesday, Jan. 19.
Professor Emeritus of English Collaborates with Fellow Literacy Scholar and Long-Time Friend on New Book
David Jolliffe, U of A professor emeritus of English, and Eli Goldblatt, professor emeritus of Temple University, co-wrote a book, Literacy as Conversation: Learning Networks in Urban and Rural Communities.
Safe Zone Allies Student Network
The Safe Zone Allies Student Network welcomes students of any sexuality or gender identity who are interested in addressing issues and topics of importance to the LGBTQ+ community.
Debra Gage Hurd Reelected Chair of the Arkansas Social Work Licensing Board
Debra Gage Hurd, clinical full professor in the School of Social Work, was elected to serve a second term as chair of the Arkansas Social Work Licensing Board on Jan. 11.
Grant Shields to Speak on Assessing Neural Markers of Vulnerability to Depression in Adolescent Girls
Grant Shields, an assistant professor of psychology, will speak on "Assessing neural markers of vulnerability to depression in adolescent girls" at noon CST on Thursday, Jan. 21, via Zoom.
Sleep and Stress Research Laboratory Examining Link Between Sleep and Stress in Adults
The Sleep and Stress Research Laboratory is participants who are 18 or older and who have a current or past history of difficulty falling or staying asleep.