Eight University of Arkansas at Little Rock students have won a free trip to New York City to explore African-American history after winning an essay contest. Continue reading “UA Little Rock students win free trip to New York City to explore African-American history”
In her pursuit of higher education, Heidi Davis was forced to leave behind everything that she knew and loved in her hometown of Kake, Alaska. Continue reading “From Alaska to Arkansas: Graduating student’s long journey leads her to road to success”
Two University of Arkansas at Little Rock students received the Distinguished Delegation Award for their representation of Jordan at the National Model Arab League Conference April 4-9 at Georgetown University in Washington, D.C. Continue reading “UA Little Rock wins first ever award at National Model Arab League”
Students who are on the lookout for an interesting summer class have many options recommended by the professors of the University of Arkansas at Little Rock. Continue reading “UA Little Rock offers unique class choices for summer 2018”
Rashad Roberts, a political science major from Osceola, Arkansas, lost his mother to cancer during one of the most pivotal points of his life. He was a senior in high school, contemplating whether he would serve in the U.S. Army or obtain a college degree. Continue reading “Graduating student tackles two career fields”
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”
Dr. Nitin Agarwal, Jerry L. Maulden-Entergy chair and professor of Information Science, and Dr. Eric Wiebelhaus-Brahm, assistant professor of political science, will discuss the joys, challenges, and opportunities for interdisciplinary research during a March 30 colloquium at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock.
Continue reading “Campus invited to interdisciplinary research colloquium March 30”
Political science professors from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock will be on hand to answer community members’ burning post-election questions on Thursday, Nov. 10.
Researchers from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock and the University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service are studying how politics and religion mesh in the 2016 presidential election. Continue reading “Researchers study how religious organizations influence political efficacy in 2016 presidential election”
Tired of listening to a presidential election filled with insults and scandals? Come hear about the real issues at stake in the U.S. presidential election from political experts at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock. Continue reading “UALR political science professors to hold discussion of presidential election Oct. 25”