Saturday, August 13, 2022
Buchtel College of Arts and Sciences News Archives
- Archaeology students dig getting hands-on field training
- International Ph.D. student wins award for creating superhero
- School of Education Receives $499,620 Grant for K-12 Tutoring
- Cherie Strachan named director for Ray C. Bliss Institute
- UA and Rubber City Theatre form new partnership
- McKinney named to Board of Akron Art Museum
- Dr. Heather Walter talks about CF and Post Traumatic Stress
- UA Students Learning to Pay It Forward with LeBron James Family Foundation Project
- The National Science Foundation awards $1.5 million to The University of Akron for undergraduate STEM scholarships
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Deep inside the Cuyahoga Valley National Recreation Area, Dr. Timothy Matney, professor of archaeology, directs the students to begin sifting soil at one of two excavation units. They are at an undisclosed Summit Metro Parks location to learn basic archaeological field techniques, in addition to advanced surveying and recording methods.
Isuru Priyaranga Silva, a University of Akron Ph.D. student in microbiology and astrobiology, is the superpower behind the superhero known as Microbio-Man.