UA Little Rock class investigates Elaine Massacre

In 1919, one of the deadliest racial conflicts in the country occurred in Elaine, Arkansas. Known as the Elaine Race Riot and the Elaine Massacre, historians still do not know how many people died during the conflict, with estimates ranging from 20 to more than 800. Continue reading “UA Little Rock class investigates Elaine Massacre”

Former and current chairs of the UA Little Rock Department of Art attend CRE8 on Feb. 16 at the Windgate Center for Design + Art. From Left: Don Van Horn (1988-93), Floyd Martin (1994-95), Jane Brown (1996-98), Win Bruhl (1998-2013), Tom Clifton (2013-2016), Mia Hall (2016-2017), Carey Roberson (2017-present).

CRE8 event showcases new Windgate Center, raises scholarship money

Hundreds of UA Little Rock supporters got a first look inside the Windgate Center of Art + Design on Feb. 16 at the signature event CRE8, honoring the Windgate Charitable Foundation for its gift that made the center possible. Continue reading “CRE8 event showcases new Windgate Center, raises scholarship money”

Holzer will serve as piano soloist in concert honoring Arkansas’s musical heritage

Dr. Linda Holzer, coordinator of classical piano studies at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock, will perform as a piano soloist with the Little Rock Wind Symphony in a special concert honoring Arkansas’s musical heritage.  Continue reading “Holzer will serve as piano soloist in concert honoring Arkansas’s musical heritage”

UALR's New Employee Wellness Coordinator: Mr. Karl Lenser works with Marie Sandusky, the director of health services.

Fitness consultations now available for employees

The University of Arkansas at Little Rock Employee Wellness Program is now offering individualized fitness consultations to university employees. Continue reading “Fitness consultations now available for employees”

Zac Hagins

Book sale to raise money for study abroad scholarships

A University of Arkansas at Little Rock professor is collecting book donations to raise money for UA Little Rock students hoping to attend a summer language program in France.  Continue reading “Book sale to raise money for study abroad scholarships”

Nominations open for staff achievement awards, scholarships

Nominations are being accepted for the University of Arkansas at Little Rock 2018 Staff Achievement Awards until Monday, March 19.  Continue reading “Nominations open for staff achievement awards, scholarships”

Amie Alexander

Bowen law student named to Next Generation Delegation for Global Food Security Symposium

Amie Alexander, a student at the University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service and at the UA Little Rock William H. Bowen School of Law, has been named to the Chicago Council on Global Affairs’ Next Generation Delegation for the Global Food Security Symposium, set for March 21-22 in Washington D.C. Continue reading “Bowen law student named to Next Generation Delegation for Global Food Security Symposium”

Football feasibility study

UA Little Rock seeks community input for football, marching band feasibility study

The University of Arkansas at Little Rock is entering into the next phase of a feasibility study to assess whether the university should implement a football and marching band program.  Continue reading “UA Little Rock seeks community input for football, marching band feasibility study”