A University of Arkansas at Little Rock professor has received $500,000 to develop high-performance, cost-effective transportation fuel cells. Continue reading “UA Little Rock professor receives $500k to improve transportation fuel cells”
Between 1,300 and 1,400 University of Arkansas at Little Rock students are expected to return to campus for the 2017-18 academic year Saturday, Aug. 12. Continue reading “Volunteers needed for student move-in day at UA Little Rock”
When little Ahnari Nash was asked why she wanted to give money to the campaign “Victory Over Violence,” she said she wanted “to help people stay alive.” Continue reading “Young entrepreneurs donate money to “Victory Over Violence” campaign”
The University of Arkansas at Little Rock has one of the country’s best online information technology programs, according to an independent digital publication that provides resources to students and their families.
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A summer camp at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock changed Wesley Ferguson’s life. Continue reading “Summer camp leads to career path for UA Little Rock student”
In 1969, 13-year-old Bernard Harris Jr. witnessed the pinnacle achievement of the American space program as astronauts Neil Armstrong and Edwin “Buzz” Aldrin became the first people to walk on the moon. Continue reading “Astronaut Bernard Harris gives advice to future STEM leaders”
A University of Arkansas at Little Rock professor has received a $35,000 grant to continue his long history of assisting the City of Little Rock with its Mosquito Surveillance and Control Program. Continue reading “UA Little Rock professor to assist Little Rock with mosquito surveillance”
The University of Arkansas at Little Rock is starting a pilot mentoring program to help youth offenders successfully re-enter society after confinement in the juvenile justice system.
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A University of Arkansas at Little Rock researcher has received funding from the U.S. National Security Agency (NSA) to improve cybersecurity skills for students and the general population.
The University of Arkansas at Little Rock Survey Research Center has received a $6,039 grant from Arkansas Literacy Councils to evaluate and capture data for the Arkansas Reads Program. Continue reading “UA Little Rock Survey Research Center receives grant to assist Arkansas Literacy Councils”