Watermelon Gazpacho: Refreshing Addition to a Summer Potluck

Gazpacho, a cold soup usually made of raw vegetables, makes for a refreshing meal on a hot, summer day, says Linda Inmon, Extension specialist for the University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff. “The USDA Mixing Bowl recipe for watermelon gazpacho is a delicious and surprising twist to the classic recipe and is perfect for a summer…

Spring Chancellor’s list announced

The University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff (UAPB) announced its Chancellor’s List recently for the Spring 2018 semester. The list requires a grade point average of 4.0 on at least 12 semester credit hours. Arkansas students by city are as follows: Alexander- Shawn Banks, Britney Sahlmann; Altheimer- Regina Black, Candace Johnson; Bryant- Evan Henderson; Burlington-…

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UAPB STEM program holds signing day

The University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff (UAPB) STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) program had its first signing day for the 2018 Summer Academy recently. The UAPB STEM Academy is a well-integrated set of enrichment programs designed to help meet local, state, and national needs in STEM areas.   As an HBCU with a…

Northrop Grumman hires alumna, gives internships to UAPB students

University of Arkansas Pine Bluff graduate Tikel Davis recently accepted a job offer with Northrop Grumman in Palmdale, California.  A Pine Bluff native, Davis received a Bachelor of Science degree in Industrial Technology Management and Applied Engineering (ITMAE) May 2018. During her matriculation at UAPB, Davis received a number of summer internships and Cooperative Education…

UAPB students receive summer, fall internships from General Electric

Ten Industrial Technology Management and Applied Engineering students (ITMAE) at the University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff recently received internships from General Electric (GE) for the summer and fall. The following students began work the end of May: Terrae Jenkins (senior), Osaye Maynie (junior) and Rodterion Scott (junior) at the Houston, Texas location at GE…

Bloating: A Potentially Deadly Problem for Livestock

Will Hehemann | School of Agriculture, Fisheries and Human Sciences Bloat in livestock is a common problem for producers, especially when animals graze on lush pastures or are fed grain to boost gains, says Dr. David Fernandez, Extension livestock specialist and interim assistant dean of academic programs for the University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff School of…

Vaccinating Young Livestock Against Disease is Affordable, Practical

Will Hehemann | School of Agriculture, Fisheries and Human Sciences Whether raising sheep or cattle, livestock producers should always plan on vaccinating their young animals, says Dr. David Fernandez, Extension livestock specialist and interim assistant dean of academic programs for the University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff School of Agriculture, Fisheries and Human Sciences. The price of…