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With New Imaging System, Archeologist Can Peer Inside Caddo Artifact
George Sabo, director of the Arkansas Archeological Survey, looked at a 500-year-old Caddo artifact with the university's new MicroCT imaging system, seeing it from the inside out for the first time.
We're Not Monkeying Around: Doctoral Student Creates Blog to Share Interesting Primate Facts
Doctoral student Ashly Romero has started a blog series called Peculiar Primates as an outreach tool for the Terhune Lab in Fulbright College's Department of Anthropology.
Second Year Law Student Wins Arent Fox/Dale Bumpers Award
Michael Adkins wins the award for writing excellence named in honor of former U.S. Sen. and Arkansas Gov. Dale Bumpers.
'True Detective' Crew Teach Students and Staff About On-Site Film Production
The HBO cable series crew shot scenes in the Global Campus Building and provided students and staff with an on-location tour of the set.
Fulbright College Announces 2018 Connor Faculty Fellows
Eighteen outstanding, hard-working faculty members have been selected as the 2018 class of Connor Faculty Fellows at the J. William Fulbright College of Arts and Sciences.
Anthropologist of Religion and Politics to Discuss Rethinking of Islam in Indonesia
Nur Amali Ibrahim of Indiana University, will give a lecture titled "Liberal Islam: Religious Play in Post‐Authoritarian Indonesia" at 5 p.m. Monday, April 23, in Chemistry Building Room 144.
New Book on Native American Rock Art
George Sabo, professor of anthropology and director of the Arkansas Archeological Survey, is a co-editor of the newly released Transforming the Landscape: Rock Art and the Mississippian Cosmos.
Anthropologist of Religion and Politics to Discuss Rethinking of Islam in Indonesia, April 23
Nur Amali Ibrahim of Indiana University will give a lecture titled "Liberal Islam: Religious Play in Post‐Authoritarian Indonesia" at 5 p.m. Monday, April 23, in Chemistry Building 144.
Terhune Discusses Research at Romanian Fossil Site
Paleoanthropologist is looking for evidence of the migration of early humans into and across Europe.
Ungar Receives SEC Faculty Achievement Award
U of A anthropology professor honored for his achievements in teaching, research and service.