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Holiday Lights, Concert, Workshops Among November Events at Garvan Woodland Gardens
A new art exhibition, botany and vermicomposting workshops, and a concert to kick off the Holiday Lights season are among the fall activities planned in November at Garvan Woodland Gardens.
Cold Summer in Greenland Studying How Ice Moves
Matt Covington, assistant professor of geosciences, and colleagues begin three-year study of effects by meltwater on glacial movement along the Greenland ice sheet.
Conway Project Wins LafargeHolcim Acknowledgement Award
The U of A Community Design Center and Office for Sustainability collaborated on urban watershed framework plan.
Mighty Mites Manifest Massive Manual
Post doctoral researcher Ray Fisher was dead set against studying mites — for 10 whole minutes.
Civil Engineering Professor Documents Experience Studying Mexico Earthquake
Civil engineering professor Clint Wood relates his experience in Mexico, examining the effects of the recent earthquake that hit Mexico City and Puebla.
Wood Going to Mexico City to Study Effects of Earthquake
A University of Arkansas geotechnical engineer was chosen to participate in an NSF-sponsored reconnaissance mission.
Garvan Woodland Gardens Hosts Trash Bash, Fall Festival and Workshops in October
October at Garvan Woodland Gardens brings activities such as a community clean up, a family fall festival and workshops on fairy gardens, succulent-topped pumpkins and ornamental grasses.
Science Café Panelists to Discuss Climate Change Tuesday
Science Café panelists John Hehr, Dan Skoff and Jeannie Whayne will discuss world reactions to climate change from 6:30 to 8 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 26, at Powerhouse restaurant.
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.
Get the Grant: Free Workshop Presented by Successful U of A Grant Writers
Fulbright College and the vice provost for research and innovation will host a free workshop Oct. 4 for the U of A community dedicated to the art of nationally competitive grant writing.