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Nick Steele, director of Chancellor’s Leadership Corps, shares his path from college freshman to graduate student.
Donaghey Scholar Jeannie Kuang-Nguyen wouldn’t trade her UALR experience for anything. Here, she found “a community of open-minded, interesting, and supportive people.”
UALR archivist Dr. Colin Woodward explored Johnny Cash’s hometown of Dyess in March.
Residence Hall director Leanna Payton’s work day almost never ends. Read what it’s like to live and work on campus in the latest edition of How I Work.
Congratulation to Mackie O’Hara, who was named a National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellow. The competitive award includes a $32,000 annual stipend and $12,000 in tuition support for three years, as well as opportunities to apply for additional travel funding. Nationally, only 16 awards were given in Mackie’s category of biological anthropology.
Mackie hails from central Arkansas and was convinced her college choice would take her out of state. Four years later, and the Donaghey Scholar was right about one thing – she has traveled far and wide. But her college home was right down the road at UALR. Continue reading…
Faculty Excellence winner Dr. Beth McMillan urged UALR’s latest graduates to go forth and expand their mental atlases that they began here.
Recently, UALR showed up on the Arkansas Times Best of Arkansas list and one of the top places to work in the state. We’re not surprised.
They came. They saw. They took photos with stuffed animals. Discover UALR brought out the creative side in several soon-to-be Trojans.
Did you know that the “history of pi” has a UALR connection, at least as far as the internet is concerned?