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Interdisciplinary Team Awarded Grant to Study Resiliency Among Hurricane Harvey Victims
The National Science Foundation has awarded a grant of $124,500 to an interdisciplinary team of researchers from the Fulbright College at the University of Arkansas to study victims of Hurriane Harvey.
U of A Geospatial Technologies Experts Present Research, Workshops at Regional Symposium
Researchers from the Center for Advanced Spatial Technologies will present research topics at the Arkansas GIS Users Forum's upcoming 2017 Training and Symposium.
U of A, NSF and National Association of Black Geoscientists Collaboration a Win for All Attendees
Timmera Whaley, a first-year doctoral student, earned second prize nationally and an NABG scholarship for her presentation on using geography to assess environmental justice in Alabama.
Designing for Drones: Class Project Helps Students Consider User Experience
Graphic design students in Tom Hapgood's user experience class teamed up to start conceptual companies, research potential customers and create visualization books to pitch their drone-based business ideas.
Fulbright College Faculty Members Honored at Retirement Reception
After more than 236 years of combined service, six Fulbright College faculty members are retiring following the successful completion of their final academic year.
U of A Hosts Math, Science and Engineering Academy with Performance Today
This week, 28 high school juniors are taking part in the Math, Science and Engineering Academy pre-college outreach program, which culminates in a free performance at 1:30 in Giffels Auditorium.
Petra and Paradise: U of A Professor Leads Research for Smithsonian Channel
Thomas Paradise, a professor of geosciences whose research in Petra, Jordan, has spanned more than 25 years, will be the focus of a May 1 upcoming special on the Smithsonian Channel.
Christopher Aiden-Lee Jackson Presents "How Do Normal Faults Grow and Why Does It Matter?"
Christopher Aiden-Lee Jackson, the Statoil Professor of Basin Analysis at Imperical College London, will present as part of the Geosciences Colloquium series at 3:05 p.m. Friday in Gearhart Hall 26.
New Lab Helps Scientists Study the Earth's Oldest Fossils, Minerals, Rocks
TRAIL is one of a handful of facilities nationwide capable of advanced research applicable to Earth sciences, and other fields.
Geosciences Students Take Third at IBA
Graduate geology students Julie Cains, Stephen Denham, Riley Dickson, Sean Kincade, and Sidney Mahanay took third place at the Imperial Barrel Award.