Bihm receives grant to preserve psychology materials

Dr. Elson Bihm, Department of Psychology and Counseling, recently received a $47,238 grant from the National Science Foundation to establish an educational Web site that will preserve the history of behavioral psychology and provide an interactive learning tool for students. Bihm is working in conjunction with UCA faculty members Art Gillaspy, Bill Lammers and Stephanie Huffman. Bihm?s Web … [Read more...]

Community Arts Association to perform at Reynolds

The Conway Community Arts Association presents a special production of ?Love Letters? by A.R. Gurney as a fundraiser for the renovation of their future home on Court St. This production will be held at the Reynolds Performance Hall on the UCA campus on Friday through Sunday, Feb. 20-22. ?Love Letters? tells the story of Andy and Melissa, friends and lovers whose relationship spans decades. … [Read more...]

Summer internship deadlines approaching

With the semester already in full swing, deadlines for summer internship positions are quickly approaching. Now is the time for students to make their way to UCA?s Career Services and Cooperative Education Department in Bernard Hall and apply for internships that will be available this summer within their major field. Competitive internships are available; they can be either paid or unpaid, … [Read more...]

Tickets available for Titanic

Titanic ? The Musical arrives at Reynolds Performance Hall on Tuesday, Feb. 3, at 7:30 p.m. Joyous, breathtaking, and often heartbreaking, Titanic ? The Musical captures the ship's historic 1912 voyage. Tickets are available at the Reynolds Box Office or by calling 450-3265. The toll free number for persons outside the Conway calling area is 1-866-810-0012. Box Office hours are 10 a.m. to 2 … [Read more...]

Grants provide insurance program scholarships

Dr. John Bratton, Department of Economics and Finance, Insurance and Risk Management, received two grants worth $1,000 each to establish scholarships for the Insurance and Risk Management program. The Arkansas Adjusters Association and Rebsamen Insurance Foundation provided the grants. The scholarships will assist in attracting more students to the insurance program at UCA, which will, in turn, … [Read more...]

Murray receives grant to study motor control of marine slug

Dr. Jim Murray, Department of Biology, and undergraduate student Josh Morrison received a $2,650 State Undergraduate Research Fellowship. The team will study the role of specific brain cells in the control of navigational behavior in a marine slug. Their study will illustrate general principles of motor control. The work will train students in neurophysiology techniques and contribute to … [Read more...]

UCA to host Volunteer Fair

The 9th annual Volunteer Fair will be from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., Wednesday, Jan. 28, in the Student Center Ballroom. Students, faculty and staff will have the opportunity to meet with various Faulkner and Pulaski County volunteer and non-profit organizations. Students can learn about organizations where they can share the talents, while having fun and adding valuable experience to their … [Read more...]

Rep. Vic Snyder sponsors student health insurance conference at UCA

Nearly a quarter of the nation's 14.5 million college students are without health insurance. Many more are underinsured. The problem is a major national issue that U.S. Rep. Vic Snyder wants to shed light on, so he sponsored a student health insurance conference at the University of Central Arkansas on Jan. 14. Snyder said the importance of health care coverage came to his attention last … [Read more...]

Presentations and Publications

A weekly listing of submitted presentations and publications by UCA faculty and staff. Submissions made to UCA Today are posted the following Friday. Dr. William H. Friedman, Department of Management Information Systems, had his paper, ?Perspectives on Privacy,? published in the March 2004 issue of The Journal of the American Academy of Business, Cambridge. His article examines issues such as … [Read more...]

Sunaura Trio Concert

Faculty in the Department of Music will perform in the Sunaura Trio Concert at 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Jan. 20, in the Recital Hall at Snow Fine Arts Center. Faculty performing in the free chamber music concert include: Carolyn Brown (flute), Lorraine Duso (oboe) and Min-Ho Yeh (clarinet). The program includes music by Beethoven, Marcel Gennero, Serge Kaufmann and Richard Wilson. … [Read more...]