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Callahan in Apparel Merchandising Attends National Women in Toys Conference
India Callahan, a graduate student in apparel merchandising and product development, recently attended the national Women in Toys Conference where she was recognized as a scholarship recipient.
One Book, One Community Author to Speak on Campus Nov. 2
Cristina Henríquez, author of The Book of Unknown Americans, will give a free public lecture at 7 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 2, in Hillside Auditorium.
CoxHealth's Rana Post to Visit With Students About Career as a Child Life Specialist
Rana Post, a child life specialist at CoxHealth in Missouri, will speak with students interested in careers in child life from 3:30 to 4:30 p.m. Monday in the Maudine Sanders Commons.
Hospitality Innovation Students Gain Experience at BGO's Chefs in the Garden Event
Hospitality innovation students from the Bumpers College helped the Botanical Garden of the Ozarks raise funds by serving as volunteers at its annual Chefs in the Garden event.
Ma, Williams Join Faculty, Research Team in Human Development and Family Sciences
Weiyi Ma and Amanda Williams have joined the faculty in the U of A's School of Human Environmental Science's human development and family sciences program.
Landscape Architecture Students Transform Dickson Street Parking Spaces Into 'Parklets'
Landscape architecture students in the Fay Jones School are working with community members to reinvent metered parking spaces as temporary community parks.
Civil Engineering Professor Awarded Research Grant
The National Park Service has awarded a $40,000 grant to Michelle Bernhardt, assistant professor of civil engineering, to research new methods of modeling historic masonry structures.
University Libraries Complete Largest Digital Collection to Date
The Arkansas Extension Circulars have been digitized and are now available online.
"This Is Hunger" Interactive Exhibit to Visit Downtown Fayetteville in July
The visit is part of a collaboration between MAZON: A Jewish Response to Hunger and the Indigenous Food and Agriculture Initiative.
Field School at Leetown Yields New Finds, Unconventional Methods
The month-long Archeological Field School focuses on uncovering Leetown, a Civil War-era hamlet that served a critical role during the two-day Battle of Pea Ridge in 1862.