Short Talks From the Hill

Morimoto and O'Leary-Kelly Discuss UA ENGAGE and Women in STEM

Oct 4, 2021
University of Arkansas

Shauna Morimoto, associate professor and chair of the Department of Sociology and Criminology, and Anne O’Leary-Kelly, professor of management and senior associate dean in the Walton College of Business, discuss UA ENGAGE and women in STEM fields.

University of Arkansas

Shannon Servoss, associate professor of chemical engineering, and Now Diagnostics received an emergency use authorization for their rapid Covid-19 test kit.

Re-thinking the Fearsome Tyrannosaurs

Aug 10, 2021
University of Arkansas

Celina Suarez, associate professor of geosciences, discusses recent findings on the social habits of tyrannosaurs.

Jordan Blair Woods, associate professor of law, argues that separating traffic enforcement from critical police functions will prevent minority groups from being disproportionately questioned, searched and arrested during traffic stops.

Professor Discusses Winning Grammy

Jun 1, 2021
University of Arkansas

Jeffrey Murdock, associate professor of music education and winner of the 2021 Grammy Music Educator Award, discusses his teaching philosophy.

University of Arkansas

Jeff Gruenewald, associate professor and director of the Terrorism Research Center in the Fulbright College of Arts and Sciences, discusses the January 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol.

University of Arkansas

Shannon Servoss, associate professor of chemical engineering, worked with Now Diagnostics in Springdale to develop a rapid test kit that detects coronavirus antibodies.

In a major study of the so-called “Big 4” auditing firms, Liz Cowle, accounting doctoral candidate the Sam M. Walton College of Business, determined that the firms increase audit attention and improve audit quality when their work is covered by the media.

University of Arkansas

Paul Thibado, professor of physics in the Fulbright College of Arts and Sciences, discusses exciting new developments in his work to harvest energy from freestanding graphene.

University of Arkansas

Caree Banton, associate professor of history in the Fulbright College of Arts and Sciences, discusses her new book and the African and African-American Studies Program.

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