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Walton College students’ presentations featured at RFID trade show.
Two endowed awards have been established in Walton College in memory of economics professor Joseph A. Ziegler and his legacy in global business education.
University of Arkansas researchers conducted a life-cycle analysis of fluid milk that will provide guidance for producers, processors and others throughout the dairy supply chain.
HomeDx won $20,000 for finishing second and another $2,000 for winning
the elevator pitch competition at the event, which wrapped up Tuesday in
ParadigMed, one of six finalists in the competition, won the Global Award and $5,000 for its plan for Circumex, a device that has the potential to reduce heterosexual transmission of HIV.
The Sam M. Walton College of Business at the University of Arkansas has
recognized faculty and staff members for outstanding service and
achievement for 2012-13.
NanoWatt Design Inc. has received a $150,000 grant from the National
Science Foundation to support its new, patent-pending asynchronous
circuit architecture, Sleep Convention Logic.
Fourteen students of the Sam M. Walton College of Business took part in
the Nation Model United Nations – Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation
Conference 2013 in Washington, D.C.
Only 200 students are selected to join the program each year; and since
the program began in 2007, only 178 other students have completed the
program and received these honors.
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