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 book Interpreting Kigali, Rwanda was published by the University of Arkansas Press in collaboration with the Fay Jones School of Architecture and Design.
Visiting professor Cory Olsen’s interior design class and two faculty members — Jessica Colangelo and Charles Sharpless — will have projects on display in New York.
The keynote speaker for the Play Therapy Conference will speak about the play can help heal trauma. The conference will be June 21-22.
U of A students from the School of Human Environmental Sciences recently connected with families in Fayetteville Public Schools to help parents better interact with their children.
A 2.5% increase in tuition will go into effect for the fall 2019 semester.