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Entomology Graduate Students Win President's Prize at ESA Meeting
Five graduate students from the U of A's entomology program brought home President's Prize awards from the recent Annual Meeting of the Entomological Society of America in Denver, Colorado.
Ricke Describes New Food Safety Paradigm During Research Conference in Korea
Steven Ricke told a gathering of food scientists in Seoul, South Korea, that the new knowledge coming out of his research could lead to a new model for improved food safety in the poultry industry.
Participants Needed for Study Examining Effect of Diet on Health in Families
The Department of Food Science is recruiting families, defined as at least one parent/guardian, with at least one child between the ages of 6-12 years to participate in a nutrition study.
U of A Horse Judging Team Competes Nationally
Team members Alexis Selman, Kyle Kennedy, Ashton Williams, Kaley Collins and Madison Powell and coach Chelsea Campbell competed in two national competitions, placing 9th and 4th.
Agricultural Economics and Law Grad Campbell Writes Book on Historical Tennessee Trial
Alumnus Mac Campbell, who has U of A degrees in agricultural economics and law, has written a book about a historical murder case in Tennessee involving Andrew Jackson.
Healthy Adults Needed for Nutrition Study
Men and women ages 21-45 are needed for a nutrition study examining the effects of sorghum bran polyphenols on fecal fermentation.
More Than 1,200 Students Expected for U of A Fall Commencement
Bud Walton Arena doors open at 7:30 a.m. Saturday, Dec. 16, for family and friends of graduating students. The ceremony starts at 9 a.m.
Garrison, Moon in HESC Leading Group in Two USDA-Funded Health Projects
Betsy Garrison and Zola Moon of Bumpers College, are part of a team looking how to counteract opioid abuse and misuse in rural parts of Arkansas.
Clarence Watson, Arkansas Agricultural Experiment Station Head, to Retire Dec. 31
Clarence Watson, director of the Arkansas Agricultural Experiment Station, on Thursday announced his retirement, effective Dec. 31.
Student Raises Over $2,500 for Therapeutic Riding Center
A Bumpers College course called Equine Assisted Activities and Therapies encompasses a range of activities and therapies with horses to promote human physical and mental health.