UA Little Rock team that advanced to the "Americas" round of the CFA Institute Research Challenge. From left to right: Tanner Whisenhunt, Andrew Fielder, Bryan Sparks and Autumn Bauman.

UA Little Rock team advances in global CFA Institute Research Challenge

A team of University of Arkansas at Little Rock business students has advanced to one of the final stages in the global CFA Institute Research Challenge financial analyst competition.

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June H. Williams endows scholarship to support elementary education

Former second-grade teacher June H. Williams has endowed a scholarship at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock to support the next generation of elementary education teachers.

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UA Little Rock students to perform “Opera Scenes”

University of Arkansas at Little Rock Opera Theatre students are set to perform “Opera Scenes” Friday, April 7, and Sunday, April 9.  Continue reading “UA Little Rock students to perform “Opera Scenes””

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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”

Staff at Nixa School District in Missouri work with a student on a reading lesson. Contributed photo

UA Little Rock Center for Literacy influences educational change

The University of Arkansas at Little Rock College of Education and Health Professions established the Center for Literacy to provide high-quality professional development within the state and advance literacy achievement across the nation. Continue reading “UA Little Rock Center for Literacy influences educational change”

Dr. Nitin Agarwal (left) and his doctoral students, Nihal Hussain and Samer Al-Khateeb. Photo by Lonnie Timmons III/UALR Communications.

UA Little Rock professor and student to lead NATO training course on social media analysis

A University of Arkansas at Little Rock professor who has made a name for himself tracking the spread of terrorist organization messages through social media will soon teach those skills at a NATO training course in Latvia.  Continue reading “UA Little Rock professor and student to lead NATO training course on social media analysis”

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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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