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”
University of Arkansas at Little Rock students won four of this year’s 10 Acxiom Diversity Scholarships.
When Acxiom executives agreed to help sponsor the University of Arkansas at Little Rock’s new graduate program in information quality 10 years ago, they had no idea how successful the program would become.
Continue reading “UALR information quality graduate program celebrates 10 years of success”
The University of Arkansas at Little Rock Donaghey College of Engineering and Information Technology (EIT) will host the 10th anniversary celebration for the world’s first graduate program in information quality on Friday, Sept. 30. Continue reading “Information quality graduate program celebrates 10th anniversary Sept. 30”
The University of Arkansas at Little Rock (UALR) and Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) have partnered to create the first academic institute devoted solely to the professional development of chief data officers.
A University of Arkansas at Little Rock professor and his team of student researchers are investigating how groups are using social media to respond to NATO exercises.
Representatives from 25 countries, 63 companies, and 20 educational institutions from around the world are at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock this week during two back-to-back major international conferences focused on data science. Continue reading “‘Big Data’ conferences attract reps from 25 countries”
Two back-to-back major international conferences focused on data science and the information it can provide business, education, and healthcare leaders will bring global attention to Little Rock in early November. Continue reading “UALR to host two international conferences on ‘big data’ & analytics”
Two students from the UALR George W. Donaghey College of Engineering and Information Technology, Daniel Pullen and Anthony Keener, recently demonstrated two essential strengths in the science, technology, engineering, and mathematics field – conducting original scientific research and communicating that research to a diverse audience.
Two scholars from UALR’s Information Quality Graduate Program tied for second place for the 2012 Donald Ballou and Harold Pazer Information Quality Dissertation Award from the International Conference on Information Quality (ICIQ).