The 2018 Jazz and Juleps honoree, Brooks Gibson Wolfe, is the senior audiologist at the Arkansas School for the Deaf, where she has worked for 24 years.

Brooks Gibson Wolfe selected as Jazz and Juleps honoree

An educational audiologist who has dedicated her life to helping the hearing impaired in Arkansas for over 26 years has been selected as the honoree for the ninth annual Jazz and Juleps event supporting the University of Arkansas at Little Rock Department of Audiology and Speech Pathology. 
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Cynthia Johnson

UA Little Rock opens Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program on campus

The University of Arkansas at Little Rock has opened a Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program to help members of the campus community and the public file their taxes free of charge.  Continue reading “UA Little Rock opens Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program on campus”

Volunteers needed for Little Rock Marathon

The University of Arkansas at Little Rock is seeking at least 25 volunteers to help support the participants of the Little Rock Marathon.  Continue reading “Volunteers needed for Little Rock Marathon”

Ben Rainwater

UA Little Rock instructor leads project to develop STEM education tool

Ben Rainwater, instructor of systems engineering with the University of Arkansas at Little Rock, will lead a project at Brown Engineers to create a water engineering computer simulation for students in grades six through 12.  Continue reading “UA Little Rock instructor leads project to develop STEM education tool”

Nancy Tell-Hall, who is pursuing a master’s degree in public history at UA Little Rock, received a $200 prize and second place in the F. Hampton Roy Award competition, which is presented by the Pulaski County Historical Society each year to recognize a research article that makes a significant contribution to the expansion of knowledge of Pulaski County history.

Freedom knows no color

A University of Arkansas at Little Rock student received an award from the Pulaski County Historical Society for her paper revealing the unusual history of Little Rock protestors who took on an African American-owned restaurant that practiced segregation.  Continue reading “Freedom knows no color”

Assistant Chief Johnny Smith

Assistant Chief Smith becomes first UA Little Rock officer to complete FBI National Academy

After 23 years on the job, Assistant Chief Johnny Smith, 52, of Little Rock, has become a familiar presence on campus, earning the moniker of “Officer Friendly” for his upbeat, polite attitude while protecting the university community.  Continue reading “Assistant Chief Smith becomes first UA Little Rock officer to complete FBI National Academy”

Gerald Driskill to give Leadership Lecture Feb. 22, 2018.

Dr. Gerald Driskill to lead upcoming Leadership Lecture, Feb. 22

Join the University of Arkansas at Little Rock Department of Applied Communication for its upcoming Leadership Lecture on Thursday, Feb. 22, led by Dr. Gerald Driskill, graduate program coordinator of the department. Continue reading “Dr. Gerald Driskill to lead upcoming Leadership Lecture, Feb. 22”

Competitors in the university's first 3MT competition.

Grad School announces winner of 3MT competition

The University of Arkansas at Little Rock Graduate School crowned the winner of its first Three Minute Thesis – 3MT competition – on Thursday, Feb. 8. Continue reading “Grad School announces winner of 3MT competition”

Brown Bag Lunch with Chancellor

Faculty, staff invited to Brown Bag with the Chancellor

The University of Arkansas at Little Rock will host a brown bag lunch and open discussion with Chancellor Andrew Rogerson for UA Little Rock faculty and staff on Friday, Feb. 16.  Continue reading “Faculty, staff invited to Brown Bag with the Chancellor”