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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University of Arkansas at Little Rock staff members were honored during the April 20 Staff Achievement Awards Ceremony at the Donaghey College of Engineering and Information Technology. Continue reading “Staff members honored for achievements”
Rocio Paez, a criminal justice doctoral student at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock, has found success with the help of the university’s Student Research and Creative Works Expo. Continue reading “Doctoral student finds success at Student Research and Creative Works Expo”
A University of Arkansas at Little Rock criminal justice doctoral student has been appointed to a seven-year term on the Arkansas Board of Corrections. Continue reading “Gass appointed to Arkansas Board of Corrections”
David Montague, director of eLearning and professor of criminal justice at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock, grew up believing in education. Continue reading “Montague mother and son duo say education is the key to breaking barriers”
The University of Arkansas at Little Rock’s online criminal justice program has been ranked among the best in the country. Continue reading “UALR criminal justice program recognized as top online education program”
A University of Arkansas at Little Rock student received a car from a veterans’ nonprofit organization and paid the generosity forward by giving the car to a friend in need. Continue reading “UALR student wins car, donates it to friend”
The former sheriff of Pulaski County and his wife have donated $25,000 to create an endowed scholarship for criminal justice students at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock. Continue reading “Former Pulaski County sheriff endows criminal justice scholarship at UALR”
When he was 13, Tommy Norman saw an advertisement for Feed the Children, a nonprofit relief organization that fights child hunger. Continue reading “Officer Tommy Norman details life of giving to packed UALR crowd”
The University of Arkansas at Little Rock community is invited to hear police officer and local celebrity Tommy Norman speak about the benefits of community policing.