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”

Dean Whitman and three Arkansas engineering deans meet with U.S. Rep. French Hill. Pictured from left to right are Dean English, Associate Dean Paul Mixon, U.S. Rep. French Hill, Dean Lawrence Whitman, and Dean Neal Barlow.

Dean Whitman meets with Arkansas lawmakers in Washington

Dr. Lawrence Whitman, dean of the George W. Donaghey College of Engineering and Technology at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock, traveled to Washington, D.C. Feb. 6-8 to meet with members of the Arkansas congressional delegation.  Continue reading “Dean Whitman meets with Arkansas lawmakers in Washington”

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UALR researcher Nitin Agarwal chosen for international IARIA fellowship

A University of Arkansas at Little Rock researcher is one of only five U.S.-based scientists nominated for a prestigious international IARIA fellowship.

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Donors honor memory of Michael Allen Lasiter with UALR scholarship

Former friends and colleagues are honoring the memory of Arkansas construction industry leader Michael Allen Lasiter by donating $60,000 toward helping future civil and construction engineering students at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock.

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UALR professor Nitin Agarwal earns grant to support social media research

Dr. Nitin Agarwal, a University of Arkansas at Little Rock professor continues to garner national and international support for his research into how groups use social media for potentially destructive acts.

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Congressional Robotics Caucus features Professor Cang Ye

A University of Arkansas at Little Rock researcher was among a select group of robotics innovators who were featured at a national event — the Congressional Robotics Caucus — in Washington, D.C.

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