Luke Johnson and Mike Powell work on a physics project in Ottenheimer Library.

Undergraduate Research Signature Experience recipients announced

Seventy-nine University of Arkansas at Little Rock students have been selected as the inaugural recipients of the Undergraduate Research Signature Experience Awards for spring 2018. Continue reading “Undergraduate Research Signature Experience recipients announced”

Complexions Contemporary Ballet. Submitted photo.

UA Little Rock to host ACANSA Arts Festival events

The ACANSA Arts Festival has teamed up with the University of Arkansas at Little Rock to bring a three-day celebration of the arts to UA Little Rock Sept. 22-24 as part of the annual festival. 
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Michael Bauer. Photo by Larry Rhodes.

UA Little Rock alum gives back by serving on newly formed council

Michael Bauer isn’t sure what direction his life might have taken if a University of Arkansas at Little Rock professor hadn’t taken a special interest in him while he was a graduate student.

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William Wofford is a 2017 graduate of the University of Arkansas at Little Rock who produced a brief documentary for his final project.

UA Little Rock graduate exceeds expectations with final project

In combining his love for film and theater, a recent University of Arkansas Little Rock graduate created a piece for his final project he hoped would, someday, serve as a symbol of his legacy. Continue reading “UA Little Rock graduate exceeds expectations with final project”

Tori Main kisses a puppy

Mayflower tornado led grad Tori Main to choose veterinarian career path

At the age of 13, Tori Main began volunteering to help animals and dreamed of becoming a veterinarian. After her University of Arkansas at Little Rock commencement ceremony on Saturday, May 13, she will be one step closer to that dream.

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Jeannie Kuang-Nguyen

Grad Q&A with Donaghey scholar Jeannie Kuang-Nguyen

Meet Jeannie Kuang-Nguyen, Donaghey scholar and science scholar who’s a pre-med student set to graduate with a degree in chemistry. The University of Arkansas at Little Rock will celebrate the graduation of Kuang-Nguyen and hundreds of other students during commencement ceremonies Saturday, May, 13, at the Jack Stephens Center.

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Children react as teacher April Blackburn combines baking soda with Coke

UA Little Rock hosts summer camps

Looking for an engaging summer program to keep a motivated student academically challenged, or interested in having the student explore a new interest, or build athletic skills?  Continue reading “UA Little Rock hosts summer camps”

Mariya Khodakovskaya

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”

Donors, art faculty, and administrators sign the beam that marks the highest point of the Windgate Center. Pictured, from left to right, are Win Bruhl, Deborah Baldwing, Belinda Schultz, Janessa Rogerson, and Anne Mourning.

Donors pledge nearly $500k for art and design scholarships

The University of Arkansas at Little Rock has raised nearly $500,000 for endowed scholarship funds for art and design students.  Continue reading “Donors pledge nearly $500k for art and design scholarships”