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Doctoral Students to Speak Today About Health Research
Brooke Bouza and Malachi Willis, University of Arkansas doctoral students in community health promotion, will present their research from 3 to 4 p.m. today, Sept. 21 in Room 311 of the HPER Building.
Nursing Faculty Compare Electronic to Handwritten Note-Taking Methods
Two nursing faculty members found no evidence that one method — electronic note-taking versus handwritten — leads to better academic performance than the other method.
Arkansas Trade Data Summary Highlights Key Economic Trends for Western Hemisphere
The summary focuses on the Western Hemisphere, Arkansas' region of growth for the report and uses data from sources including the International Trade Administration and the U.S. Census Bureau.
Seminars to Focus on Machine Learning
Professors Flavio S. Fogliatto and Michel J. Anzanello of the Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, Brasil, will give a seminar Friday on the use of data to reduce emergency room crowding.
Arkansas Horticulture Researchers Court Success With State's Only Lawn Tennis Facility
Whether on a golf course, football field or racetrack, researchers must be able to gauge how much wear the turf can handle and still be maintained to sustain competition and safety.
Research Finds Well-Connected CFOs Obtain More Favorable Terms on Corporate Loans
Researchers found that networking pays off for chief financial officers’ ability to negotiate more favorable terms in corporate borrowing.
Korth to Serve as Interim Head of Combined Entomology, Plant Pathology Departments
Ken Korth, a professor recognized as an outstanding mentor and researcher, has been appointed interim head of the combined department of entomology and plant pathology.
New Double-Cover Issue of Undergraduate Research Journal Discovery Released
The 2018 edition of Discovery, the undergraduate student research journal of Bumpers College and the Division of Agriculture, is available online.
AIM Conference Attracts Students from Underrepresented Populations
Prospective graduate students from underrepresented populations will soon be on campus for the Attracting Intelligent Minds Conference to learn about the U of A resources and research opportunities.
One-Fourth of Forest Loss Permanent; Global Deforestation Not Slowing Down
Researchers found permanent forest loss has shifted geographically but not slowed down, despite global efforts.