New spin bikes on UA Little Rock campus.

Spin bikes now the talk of campus

Students at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock are raving about the new hot wheels that hit campus today. Continue reading “Spin bikes now the talk of campus”

Gerald Driskill to give Leadership Lecture Feb. 22, 2018.

Dr. Gerald Driskill to lead upcoming Leadership Lecture, Feb. 22

Join the University of Arkansas at Little Rock Department of Applied Communication for its upcoming Leadership Lecture on Thursday, Feb. 22, led by Dr. Gerald Driskill, graduate program coordinator of the department. Continue reading “Dr. Gerald Driskill to lead upcoming Leadership Lecture, Feb. 22”

Competitors in the university's first 3MT competition.

Grad School announces winner of 3MT competition

The University of Arkansas at Little Rock Graduate School crowned the winner of its first Three Minute Thesis – 3MT competition – on Thursday, Feb. 8. Continue reading “Grad School announces winner of 3MT competition”

Laverne Bell-Tolliver was the first African American student to desegregate Forest Heights Junior High School.

Dr. LaVerne Bell-Tolliver recounts path to desegregating Forest Heights Junior High School

“This is your new school.”

These were the words that echoed off the eardrums of a 12-year-old LaVerne Bell-Tolliver in the summer of 1961, while sitting in the backseat of her parents’ station wagon as they drove past Forest Heights Junior High School, one of five all-white junior high schools in Little Rock.

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Melinda Glasgow to give EARTHtalk lecture Feb. 21, 2018

Little Rock sustainability officer to give next EARTHtalk lecture

Melinda Glasgow, sustainability officer for the city of Little Rock, will discuss efforts to promote principles of sustainability in Arkansas’ capital during the next EARTHtalk lecture on Wednesday, Feb. 21. Continue reading “Little Rock sustainability officer to give next EARTHtalk lecture”

Jaa’lon Baker speaks with Rachel Hardison of the University Studies Abroad Consortium during Study Abroad Day in the DSC on February 15, 2017.

UA Little Rock to host Study Abroad Fair Feb. 21

The University of Arkansas at Little Rock will host its Study Abroad Fair from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 21, in Donaghey Student Center Ledbetter A and B. Continue reading “UA Little Rock to host Study Abroad Fair Feb. 21”

World Hijab Day 2018

UA Little Rock students celebrate World Hijab Day

University of Arkansas at Little Rock students came out in droves to support the Muslim Student Association’s second annual World Hijab Day event on Thursday, Feb. 1. Continue reading “UA Little Rock students celebrate World Hijab Day”

UALR Food Pantry Grand Opening

Battle of the Food Pantries set for Feb. 12-17

Get ready for a showdown between the University of Arkansas at Little Rock and Arkansas State University, Monday, Feb. 12 through Saturday, Feb. 17. Continue reading “Battle of the Food Pantries set for Feb. 12-17”

Nigel Spears and Desiree Doyle are Applied Communication majors who won $1000 each for their research projects in the Undergraduate Research Signature Experience Awards program.

Capstone assignments land UA Little Rock students spot at honors conference

Two University of Arkansas at Little Rock Department of Applied Communication students were recently selected to attend the Southern States Communication Association’s 28th annual Theodore Clevenger Undergraduate Honors Conference April 4-8 in Nashville, Tennessee. Continue reading “Capstone assignments land UA Little Rock students spot at honors conference”