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Free Screening of Standing Rock Documentary April 19
Awake, A Dream From Standing Rock, is a documentary about the peaceful resistance at Standing Rock Sioux Reservation, will be screened at 6 p.m. Thursday in Giffel's Auditorium.
Honors Professors to Lecture on Upcoming Campus Art Project
Professors Carl Smith and Edmund Harriss will discuss a campus landscape installation at 5:15 p.m. Wednesday, April 11.
Adams Successfully Defends Thesis Focusing on Irrigation Practices in Arkansas Delta
Kerr Adams, a graduate student in agricultural economics and agribusiness, successfully defended his thesis, titled "Irrigation Practice Adoption: Causes and Consequences in the Arkansas Delta."
Biology Professor Wins Top Prize for Biodiversity Study
Marlis Douglas, a biology professor, recently received a first-place award for research she led on a new genomic method to accurately assess biodiversity in endangered fish.
Garvan Woodland Gardens Welcomes Spring With Daffodil, Tulip Displays, Bridal Show, Workshops
Garvan Woodland Gardens comes alive with color in March and ushers in a schedule full of special events and classes for all ages.
Lecture Canceled: U of A Professor to Lecture on Issues of Global Water Scarcity
A lecture by professor Eric Wailes scheduled for this evening has been canceled due to likelihood of inclement weather.
'Sixth Extinction' Topic of U of A Science Café on Feb. 20
John Willson, assistant professor of biological sciences, and Walt Manger, emeritus professor of geosciences, will talk about the "sixth extinction" at the next U of A Science Café.
U of A Researchers Create Digital Map, Cultural History of Carlsbad Cavern
The laser-imaging technology used to map the Great Pyramid of Giza will help guide preservation efforts at Carlsbad Caverns National Park.
Biology Professor Publishes Three Books on Slime Molds, Mushrooms
Steve Stephenson, a research professor in the Department of Biological Sciences, recently co-authored or co-edited three books on myxomycetes and mushroom hunting.
New UA Press Book Combines Lifelong Work of Botanist, Naturalist
Two December events in Fayetteville and Jasper will celebrate publication of An Arkansas Florilegium.