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Department of Animal Science Hosts Pasture and Forage Conference
The 72nd Southern Pasture and Forage Crop Improvement Conference took place from May 14-16 at the Chancellor Hotel and North Farm in Fayetteville.
Plant Disease Diagnostic Booth at Farmers Market
Plant Pathology graduate students and faculty table a booth at the farmers market to provide free plant disease diagnosis and education to the Fayetteville community.
Alumna Njeim Shares Atlantis Program Study-Abroad Experience
Noussayma Njeim, a recent graduate of the Atlantis program, earned a master's degree in agricultural economics and a joint degree from a European partner.
'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.
Moore in Agricultural Economics Wins National Impromptu Public Speaking Contest
Karli Moore, a master's degree student in agricultural economics, won the national Impromptu Public Speaking contest at the Minorities in Agriculture, Natural Resources and Related Sciences meeting.
U of A Ranch Horse Team Brings Home National Title for Second Year in Row
Facing stiffer competition, the U of A Ranch Horse Team nevertheless defended its title as the American Stock Horse Association Division II National Champions.
Chancellor and New Faculty Hit the Road on Third Annual State Bus Tour
This year’s bus tour heads to southeast Arkansas to see historical sites and meet with education leaders, businesses and alumni.
Animal Science Graduate Saldana to Use Degree on Improving Milk Production in Native Panama
Brayan Saldana, a student in the animal science program of Bumpers College, plans to take experiences home to improve dairy operations and milk quality.
BioAg Engineering Head Named Fellow of International Academy
Lalit Verma, head of the department of biological and agricultural engineering, was inducted as a fellow of the International Academy of Agricultural and Biosystems Engineering.
Graduate Student to Be Panelist at Trade With Africa Business Summit
Mulimbi Byamungu, a graduate student in agricultural economics and agribusiness, will be a panelist at the Trade with Africa Business Summit 2018 on May 11.