Grace Vest owes a lot to the many four-legged friends she has adopted and fostered over the years.
Drew Glover, instructional design and blackboard user support specialist in the Scholarly Technology and Resources (STaR) office, is the president-elect of the University of Arkansas at Little Rock’s Staff Senate. Continue reading “Drew Glover selected as president-elect of Staff Senate”
For A.J. Walker-Carter, finding the right college, the right major, and the right career seemed like a journey that would never end. Continue reading “Grad finds promising career and future at UA Little Rock”
Sheila Speer first got a taste of college life by taking two Western civilization courses at Little Rock Air Force Base nearly 25 years ago. Continue reading “Grad looks forward to future career as teacher, writer”
The Little Rock Writing Project hopes to inspire the next generation of great writers with two summer camps for students in third through 12th grades.
Continue reading “Young writers can develop skills at UA Little Rock summer camps”
Arkansas teachers who instruct pre-K through high school students are invited to learn innovative approaches to the writing process and improve their teaching practices during a summer institute at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock. Continue reading “Little Rock Writing Project to host institute for pre-K-12 teachers”
Addy Brymer dreams of becoming a travel journalist.
In 1983, 12-year-old Joe Williams loved to write codes for computer games on his friend’s TRS-80, one of the earliest mass-produced personal computers on the market.
Could America’s next great young writer be discovered at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock?