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Undisciplined returns with the launch of season two. Host Caree Banton talks with Dr. Ernest Yufenyuy, a research scientist at the Center for Disease Control, about his research on HIV and AIDS and what that can teach us about the current pandemic of COVID-19.

Host: Caree Banton
Guest: Ernest Yufenyuy
Producer: Matthew Moore

Undisciplined is a production of KUAF Public Radio.

University of Arkansas

Jill Marshall, assistant professor of geosciences, discusses her research on Earth's surface and Arctic watersheds in Northwest Territories, Canada.

In the season finale of Undisciplined, we look back on some past conversations about music and its impact on African and African American Studies. Plus, a look ahead at our next season.

Host: Caree Banton
Guests: Scot Brown, Valandra, Osyrus Bolly
Producer: Matthew Moore

Undisciplined is a production of KUAF Public Radio.

University of Arkansas

Hugh Churchill, associate professor of physics in the J. William Fulbright College of Arts and Sciences, discusses the MonArk NSF Quantum Foundry and portable air filters that remove infectious airborne particles, including respiratory droplets that carry coronavirus, from indoor spaces.

Dr. Valandra is a professor of Social Work at the University of Arkansas. She talks about her work breaking the stereotypes of physical and sexual assault, the impact of trauma in multigenerational family settings, and learning to be resilient through coping with past trauma.

Host: Dr. Caree Banton
Guest: Dr. Valandra
Producer: Matthew Moore

Undisciplined is a production of KUAF.

RefleXions Episode Three: The Social Impact of the Arts

Nov 22, 2021

WARNING - Acts of war and violence are described in detail in this episode.   

In the third episode of our RefleXions Music Series podcast, we speak with three distinguished teachers, artists and activists about the social impact of the arts, especially in peacebuilding, reconcilation and healing.

Growing up  in Little Rock, Warrington Sebree wasn't exactly sure what he wanted to do when he grew up, but he knew where he wanted to go: the University of Arkansas. In this episode, host Dr. Caree Banton turns the tables on her co-host Warrington to talk about growing up in Arkansas, being a part of the 4.4% of black students on the campus, and what compelled him to study African and African American Studies. Now Warrington is in his first year of law school at the HBCU mecca Howard University.

Host: Dr. Caree Banton
Guest: Warrington Sebree
Producer: Matthew Moore

The pivotal players in the Civil Rights movement may not be names we are all familiar with. Ella Baker. Bayard Rustin. And locally, Osyrus Bolly. On today's episode of Undisciplined, we talk about the unseen elements that go into making movements happen, especially on the local level.

Inspiring and Inculcating Innovation

Nov 1, 2021
University of Arkansas

Karl Schubert, associate director of the Data Science Program, discusses innovation, creation of the multidisciplinary data science program, and a recent NSF grant supporting low-income students interested in studying innovation in STEM fields.

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