Researcher to discuss chemical weapons treaty Thursday, April 27

A chemical weapons expert from a Nobel Peace Prize-winning organization will join the University of Arkansas at Little Rock Department of Chemistry Thursday, April 27, to discuss the need for technical input in chemical weapon policymaking.

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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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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”

UA Little Rock construction team garners accolades at regional competition

A team of University of Arkansas at Little Rock students recently took third place at an international organization’s construction competition.

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Khodakovskaya co-edits book on benefits of nanotechnology for crops

University of Arkansas at Little Rock Biology Professor Mariya Khodakovskaya, her collaborators, and her graduate students are among a handful of scientists around the world pioneering research on the potential benefits of nanotechnology for crops.  Continue reading “Khodakovskaya co-edits book on benefits of nanotechnology for crops”