|Submission Date||Feb. 12, 2015|
Office for Sustainability
The Honors College funds undergraduate research grants to sustainability related programs, some SURF grants from the state are sustainability related,
The ecological agriculture research program conducts organic and sustainable production research on fruit crops. Students of all levels receive financial rewards for working in the program.
In different programs, such as Landscape Architecture, students must incorporate sustainability aspects into projects and have mentors available to them.
All tenure track faculty are involved in research, and grants are available for research. Interdisciplinary research is encouraged and considered in tenure and promotional decisions. The Applied Sustainability Center, Center for Agricultural and Rural Sustainability, and Sustainability Consortium exist for sustainability research and educational purposes.
The University of Arkansas Office of Research and Sponsored Programs (RSSP) assists investigators with the process of finding funding sources, submitting proposals, and managing awards. RSSP provides guidance to faculty and students in preparing proposals and expending awards in accordance with the regulations of federal and state governments and other funding agencies. RSSP also provides general information regarding sponsored program activity at the University of Arkansas and provides glassblowing and machine shop services.
The University provides several options for students to pursue education more broadly than one field of undergraduate study might allow, including interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary programs. These programs allow broader instruction and research opportunities, especially in emerging fields that haven’t reached the academic breadth to constitute a department in their own right or in cases in which collaboration between one or more departments allows faculty from each existing department to contribute to the interdisciplinary or multidisciplinary major. Interdisciplinary research is encouraged in most departments.
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