The “Opera Scenes” performances on Friday, April 7, and Sunday, April 9, have been canceled.
Looking for an engaging summer program to keep a motivated student academically challenged, or interested in having the student explore a new interest, or build athletic skills? Continue reading “UA Little Rock hosts summer camps”
Community members can show their support for the University of Arkansas at Little Rock track and field team at 11:30 a.m. Saturday, April 8, at the Coleman Sports and Recreation Complex. Continue reading “Community invited to Little Rock Trojan Track and Field Day”
Engineering and construction management students from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock showed off their skills Thursday, March 30, before they departed for an engineering competition in Memphis. Continue reading “Engineering students to display skills in concrete canoes, steel bridges”
The University of Arkansas at Little Rock will honor 14 of its top faculty members during the Faculty Excellence Awards Thursday, April 13. Continue reading “UA Little Rock announces college-level Faculty Excellence Award winners”
Rocio Paez, a criminal justice doctoral student at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock, has found success with the help of the university’s Student Research and Creative Works Expo. Continue reading “Doctoral student finds success at Student Research and Creative Works Expo”
The Arkansas Small Business and Technology Development Center will host the workshop, “Creating a Lean Canvas,” Tuesday, April 18 at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock. Continue reading “Arkansas Small Business and Technology Development Center to host Lean Canvas Workshop”
Three University of Arkansas at Little Rock employees from the George W. Donaghey College of Engineering and Technology graciously took pies in the face to raise money for the university’s chapter of the Society of Women Engineers.
Continue reading “EIT employees take pie in the face for a good cause”
A University of Arkansas at Little Rock professor is a collaborator in a $1 million grant-financed project investigating how to use data from fitness trackers and environmental monitors to improve patient care in African Americans and Latinos diagnosed with cardiovascular disease.