CORONAVIRUS / COVID-19 UPDATES
For everyone’s safety, many faculty and staff members are continuing to work remotely. We are still available to assist you during our normal office hours, and recommend reaching out via email to get in touch.
Looking for the latest campus updates on Coronavirus/COVID-19? The #UARK website has the most up-to-date information at https://health.uark.edu/coronavirus/.
Please note: Guidance from the CDC, Arkansas Department of Health and university may change rapidly given the fluidity of the situation.
Seminars are held virtually. Information about attending these virtual seminars will be provided through Newswire announcements.
08.24.20 | FIRST DAY OF FALL TERM
08.31.20 | No Seminar
09.04.20 | Gabriel N. Meloni, University of Warwick | Virtual Presentation: Cheap and Accessible Electrochemistry
09.07.20 | LABOR DAY HOLIDAY
09.14.20 | No Seminar
09.18.20 | Brian Haggard, Director of the Arkansas Water Resource Center, University of Arkansas | Virtual Presentation: Microcystin is Highly Variable in Lake Fayetteville
09.21.20 | No Seminar
09.28.20 | No Seminar
10.02.20 | Tim Evans, University of Arkansas Department of Biological Sciences | Virtual Presentation: Ligand-receptor Interactions in Midline Axon Guidance
10.05.20 | Mahmoud Moradi, University of Arkansas Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry
10.09.20 | Wenchao Zhou, University of Arkansas Department of Mechanical Engineering | Virtual Presentation: From 3D Printing to Digital Manufacturing
10.12.20 | Kristina Tschulik, Ruhr-Universität Bochum | Virtual Presentation: Nanoelectrochemistry: Unravelling Nanoparticle (Re-)activity by Single Entity Electrochemistry
10.16.20 | Xiangbo Henry Meng, University of Arkansas Department of Mechanical Engineering | Virtual Presentation: Building Better Batteries from the Very Bottom
10.16.20 | Martin Edwards, University of Arkansas Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry | Virtual Presenation: Innovative Tools for Nanoscale Electrochemical Investigation
10.19.20 | Department 3MT Competition
10.23.20 | Kyle Quinn, Department of Biomedical Engineering | Virtual Presentation: Quantitative Label-free Metabolic Imaging of Skin Wound Healing
10.26.20 | FRY LECTURE | Tobias Ritter, Max-Planck-Institut fur Kohlenforschung | Virtual Presentation: Late-Stage Functionalizations
11.02.20 | TBD
11.06.20 | Veronica Alvarez, Laboratory for Integrative Neuroscience | Virtual Presentation
11.09.20 | Jintao Guo, University of Nebraska-Lincoln | Virtual Presentation
11.16.20 | Mita Dasog, Dalhousie University | Virtual Presentation
11.20.20 | Yolanda Fintschenko, FounderTraction Digital Marketing for Tech and Biotech | Virtual Presentation: What Every Scientist Should Know About Sales and Marketing
11.23.20 | Fall Break
11.30.20 | P. Andrew Karplus, Oregon State University | Virtual Presentation
12. 07.20| Peter Sues, Kansas State University | Virtual Presentation
12.10.20 | LAST DAY OF FALL TERM
10.19.20 | DEPT 3MT COMPETITION | It is open to chemistry PhD students, and challenges participants to present their research in just 180 seconds, in an engaging form that can be understood by an intelligent audience with no background in the research area.
11.6-7.20 | INBRE CONFERENCE | 2020 Conference will be virtual. Look for details soon. | The Arkansas IDeA Network of Biomedical Research Excellence (Arkansas INBRE) Research Conference involves participation from colleges and universities in Arkansas and surrounding states in biological sciences, physics and chemistry and biochemistry. This conference is sponsored by the Arkansas INBRE. It is hosted by the departments of Biological Sciences, Physics, and Chemistry and Biochemistry in the Fulbright College of Arts and Sciences at the University of Arkansas. Conference Link
12.11.20 | DEAD DAY LUNCH | NOON