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Arkansas Small Business and Technology Development Center to host Lean Canvas Workshop

The Arkansas Small Business and Technology Development Center will host the workshop, “Creating a Lean Canvas,” Tuesday, April 18 at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock.  Continue reading “Arkansas Small Business and Technology Development Center to host Lean Canvas Workshop”

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UA Little Rock professor a collaborator in $1 million grant project to use fitness data to help African Americans, Latinos with cardiovascular disease

A University of Arkansas at Little Rock professor is a collaborator in a $1 million grant-financed project investigating how to use data from fitness trackers and environmental monitors to improve patient care in African Americans and Latinos diagnosed with cardiovascular disease.

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Dr. Missy Collins, a dentist at Arkansas Children's Hospital, discusses dental health with a group of children at the Future Smiles Dental Clinic.

Grant will fund dental care for nearly 1,400 Little Rock children

Nearly 1,400 at-risk children in the Little Rock School District will have access to dental care this year, thanks to a grant from America’s ToothFairy, a foundation dedicated to improving children’s oral health.  Continue reading “Grant will fund dental care for nearly 1,400 Little Rock children”

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UA Little Rock to host photo shoot for dogs April 1

The University of Arkansas at Little Rock will hold a photo shoot for man’s best friend on Saturday, April 1.  Continue reading “UA Little Rock to host photo shoot for dogs April 1”

The Emerging Analytics Center created virtual representations of senior guards Marcus Johnson Jr. and Sharde' Collins.

Trojans fans celebrate Sun Belt Championships with VR experience

Fans of the University of Arkansas at Little Rock Trojans can enhance their Sun Belt Conference Tournament experience with the Emerging Analytics Center’s update to the “UALR TrojansAR” app. Continue reading “Trojans fans celebrate Sun Belt Championships with VR experience”

Arkansas students to perform at Shakespeare Scene Festival

Junior high and high school students from central Arkansas will perform at the Shakespeare Scene Festival Friday, March 10, at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock.

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Pictured from left to right are Amber Mitchell, president of the Campus Garden Alliance, John Poole, Campus Garden Alliance member, Temeka Williams, operations director of the Arkansas Hunger Relief Alliance, Patty Barker, director of the Arkansas No Kids Hungry Campaign, Stephen Grace, professor of biology and Campus Garden Alliance faculty advisor, Betsy Hart, director of the Trojan Food Pantry, Whitney Bradford, assistant director of the Trojan Food Pantry, and Sarah Beth Estes, director of the Community Connections Center. Photo by Lonnie Timmons III/UA Little Rock Communications.

UA Little Rock gardeners to grow fresh food for Trojan Food Pantry

The hundreds of people who use the Trojan Food Pantry at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock will soon have access to fresh produce grown in the UA Little Rock Campus Garden. Continue reading “UA Little Rock gardeners to grow fresh food for Trojan Food Pantry”

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Agarwal serves on roundtable covering trolls, bots, and fake news

A University of Arkansas at Little Rock information science professor was one of four experts to participate in a roundtable discussion that explored how trolls, bots, and other new phenomena are shaping conversations and shifting public discourse in an online environment. Continue reading “Agarwal serves on roundtable covering trolls, bots, and fake news”