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Multiple U of A Students Earn Gilman Scholarships to Study Abroad
Edgardo Alaniz, Megan Davidian, Alexander Holden, Lena Nguyen and David Sweere have been named recipients. Angela Thompson-Neeser has been named an alternate.
Army ROTC Commissions Two Second Lieutenants
The U.S. Army gained two of its newest second lieutenants: Second Lt. Adam Martin and Second Lt. Drake Johnson. They both graduated at Bud Walton Arena the next day.
Psychology Professor Named Fellow of Association of Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies
the Association of Cognitive and Behavioral Therapies in San Diego, Tim Cavell, professor in the Department of Psychological Science, was awarded the status of ABCT Fellow.
Female Participants Needed for Paid Research Study About Alcohol Intoxication
The study will involve a private interview with a researcher, completion of computerized questionnaires, and may involve consuming alcoholic beverages.
Paula Lantz to Lecture on Social Impact Bonds to Spread Social Service and Mental Health Interventions
Paula Lantz of the University of Michigan will give a talk titled "Social Impact Bonds as a Strategy for Spreading Social Service and Mental Health Interventions" on Friday, Nov. 3.
Paid Study for People Who Smoke
The Laboratory for Emotion and Addictive Processes is conducting a study for people over 18 years old who smoke, either a few cigarettes per week or on a daily basis.
Paula Lantz of the University of Michigan Ford School of Public Policy will give a talk titled "Social Impact Bonds as a Strategy for Spreading Social Service and Mental Health Interventions" on Nov. 3.
Fourth Annual Life Raft Debate on Oct. 4
Join University Housing at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 4, at the Union Theatre for the annual Life Raft Debate, a debate about which academic field offers the best skills for rebuilding.
Perceived Composer, Author Intent Influences Experience of Music, Poetry
Research shows empathy for a perceived artist affects enjoyment and that listeners want their music happy but their poetry sad.
Arkansas Attorney General Welcomes Summer Interns
Arkansas Attorney General Leslie Rutledge has welcomed six University of Arkansas students into the Attorney General's office internship program.