Annual Food Science Apple Butter Sale
Apple butter is now available to purchase! It comes in two sizes and is sold by the jar or by the case.
16 oz. jars — $6 per jar or $50 per case of 12 jars
8 oz. jars — $4 per jar or $35 per case of 12 jars (limited amount remaining)
The apple butter can be purchased at the Food Science Building Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. in Rooms N113 or N201.
The Food Science Building is located on the U of A research farm, approximately 2 miles north of the main campus, at 2650 N. Young Avenue. From campus, go north on Garland Avenue, turn right (east) on Cassatt, then left (north) on Young Avenue. The Food Science Building is on the right. Please use the main entrance in the two-story part of the building. Parking is free.
Connie Tharel, administrative specialist II
Imann Mosleh, doctoral student chemical engineering, helped develop a method to synthesize inorganic nanoparticles using inhomogenous, or impure, biomaterials.
Merlin Kamgue, a doctoral student in the Educational Statistics and Research Methods program, has been accepted into the Southern Regional Education Board-State Doctoral Scholars Program.
Grant Wilson, a graduate student in Agricultural Economics and Agribusiness in the Dale Bumpers College of Agricultural, Food and Life Sciences, successfully defended his thesis.
Mark Knight wasn't even considering entering a white-fleshed peach in the Chilton County Peach Festival contest in Alabama this year. His daughters talked him into it. On the morning of the contest, Knight had harvested some White County peaches, a variety developed by professors in the University of Arkansas Bumpers College and researchers in the U of A System Division of Agriculture fruit-breeding program. They looked good, and they proved to be blue ribbon peaches.
Twenty-two Panamanian students will begin their academics at Spring International Language Center before starting work toward degrees at the University of Arkansas.