Internships helped UA grad define career goals
Meet Sarah Antonucci. Just two years into her law career, she’s realizing her goal to make a difference in the lives of others. And she's grateful for her Akron Experience.
Works by Bobby Wesner and retired Rockette on UA dance program Nov. 20-23
The Fall 2014 Dance Concert will feature an array of dance styles and intriguing images.
Researchers to present new findings on Chiari, a brain malformation, at Akron conference
On Nov. 7 and 8, the Conquer Chiari Research Conference, held every two years, is coming to Akron for the first time.
UA art twins named as finalists by Cleveland Museum of Art
Encouraged by Distinguished Professor Mark Soppeland, the sisters created competition projects in a class at UA's Myers School of Art.
Steampunk version of ‘Godspell’ opens in November
In this unique production, Steampunk combines Victorian elegance with advanced technology to help convey the musical’s messages of rebirth and rebuilding.
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Research Spotlight: Biology
Researchers Explain Spider Web Stickiness
Todd Blackledge, Department of Biology (far left in photo), and a team of UA researchers have recently unraveled the mysteries behind the glue spiders use to spin their webs.
This path breaking illustration of knowledge production will have a powerful impact on the development of future bio-adhesives, result in multiple commercial applications, and marks another achievement in a field where UA is taking a leadership role in collaboration with regional partners and the medical community.
The research, “Viscoelastic Solids Explain Spider Web Stickiness,” will appear in Nature Communications (May, 2010). Learn More
Kevin Stuhldreher and Katie Soinski
Graphic Design Students receive Honor
Graphic Design students Kevin Stuhldreher and Katie Soinski receive Student Best of Show in the annual Akron ADDY Awards. The ADDY Awards are considered the world’s largest advertising competition, honoring creative excellence and cultivating the highest creative standards in the industry. Kevin and Katie were honored for their work which was created to educate other designers about the work and creativity of 5 lead designers as part of Design Week within the Myers School of Art. The large installation is 35' x 8'. Professors Janice Troutman and Brittyn DeWerth were faculty advisors for this "out of the classroom" project.
Student Best of Show