A University of Arkansas at Little Rock professor and pioneer in deaf education delivered the commencement address to the Class of 2017 during Gallaudet University’s May 12 ceremony.
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A respected scholar in gender and family issues has been appointed the executive director of the Community Connection Center at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock.
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In 2008, Jennifer Goodwin seemed to have it all. Continue reading “Quadriplegic single mother graduates Bowen law school”
Melissa Sample is the first in her family to earn a college degree. Continue reading “Cambodian American student is first in her family to earn college degree”
During a summer camp for elementary students, a University of Arkansas at Little Rock robotics coach will offer fellow educators the chance to learn how to start robotics teams at their schools. Continue reading “UA Little Rock to host robotics camp for elementary students, teachers”
Jyothsna Lankireddy wants to make health care more accessible and easier to understand. Continue reading “Computer sciences grad creates one-stop-shop health care app”
The University of Arkansas at Little Rock has selected Dr. Mark Allen Poisel, a 19-year higher education leader, for the position of vice chancellor of student affairs.
A new academic leader will soon bring the University of Arkansas at Little Rock closer to its goal of preparing students for success in the 21st century workforce. Dr. Velmer Burton Jr. is set to become UA Little Rock’s executive vice chancellor and provost on July 1.
When Corrie Green was a sophomore at Wilbur D. Mills High School, a friend begged her to join the Forensics Team, where students compete by performing short scripted pieces and improvisations. Continue reading “UA Little Rock student accepted to SpringboardNYC program”
CHI St. Vincent and the University of Arkansas at Little Rock joined forces today to address the nursing shortage in Arkansas.