Infants are needed for a feeding study about broccoli and carrots
Infants are needed for a feeding study which looks at the impact of broccoli and carrots on gut health and the improvement of immunity. Infants will start the feeding study at 6 months, and qualifications include not starting solid foods, outside of rice cereal, before 6 months. Measuring the gut microbiome will be done through fecal collection via diaper collections from participants. All families (students and non-students) qualify. Participants will receive $100 for participation.
Kaleigh Beane, study coordinator
Human Environmental Sciences
The Pryor Center for Arkansas Oral and Visual History was able to digitize the material thanks to a gift from the Tyson Family Foundation.
This checklist will help you with campus transportation needs at the beginning of the semester and throughout the year.
Calling all Razorbacks, new and old! Join us on Friday, Aug. 23, from 8 p.m. to midnight on the Arkansas Union Mall for the first UARK Cardinal Nights of the school year!
Auditions and enrollment are open now for the Collegiate Chorale, Schola Cantorum, Inspirational Chorale and Chamber Choir for interested students from all majors.
Jared Phillips will be part of a panel that discusses the counterculture movement in the Ozarks in the 1970s.