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The College of Education and Health Professions has created the new position of assistant dean for health professions that will be filled by Fran Hagstrom, associate professor of communication disorders.
Eight seniors in the Eleanor Mann School of
Nursing offered information to ensure a safe, healthy and fun summer for
students at the Donald W. Reynolds
Boys and Girls Club of Fayetteville.
The University of Arkansas’ Beta Tau chapter of Eta Sigma Gamma, a
national honorary society for students studying community health
promotion, inducted new members in April.
The Psychological Clinic at the University of Arkansas is offering a
six-week group-based Cognitive Behavioral treatment for insomnia
(CBT-I). Total cost for participation is $60.
The Phi Alpha, the national honor society for social work, hosted an
event at Fayetteville’s Asbell
Elementary School in conjunction with a food drive for the Full
Circle Food Pantry.
This workshop is open to anyone interested in expanding their
possibilities for movement, increasing their physical fitness, and
refining their artistic sensibility.
A team of biomedical engineering students at the University of Arkansas
has developed a bicycle-powered device to help diagnose anemia in areas
where electricity is a luxury.
author and expert in verbal behavioral milestones for children with
autism spectrum disorders, will be the featured speaker at this year's Autism
Spectrum Disorders Symposium.
Join University Recreation for a Cardio Fitness Party from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, April 30, outside at the Union Mall.
Sun Yoong Kim, a doctoral student in sport
management, won first place in the student poster competition at the
Southern Sport Management Conference held April 10-12 at Troy
1030 W. Maple Street
University of Arkansas
Fayetteville, AR 72701