A University of Arkansas at Little Rock professor and pioneer in deaf education delivered the commencement address to the Class of 2017 during Gallaudet University’s May 12 ceremony.
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A respected scholar in gender and family issues has been appointed the executive director of the Community Connection Center at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock.
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Melissa Sample is the first in her family to earn a college degree. Continue reading “Cambodian American student is first in her family to earn college degree”
When Corrie Green was a sophomore at Wilbur D. Mills High School, a friend begged her to join the Forensics Team, where students compete by performing short scripted pieces and improvisations. Continue reading “UA Little Rock student accepted to SpringboardNYC program”
In combining his love for film and theater, a recent University of Arkansas Little Rock graduate created a piece for his final project he hoped would, someday, serve as a symbol of his legacy. Continue reading “UA Little Rock graduate exceeds expectations with final project”
Three recent graduates from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock Bowen School of Law received $1,500 scholarships from the Arkansas Association of Women Lawyers.
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University of Arkansas at Little Rock graphic design students recently flexed their creative muscles, completing a real-world, hands-on project for a local ice cream parlor. Continue reading “From the classroom to the creamery: UA Little Rock students work with local business”
For A.J. Walker-Carter, finding the right college, the right major, and the right career seemed like a journey that would never end. Continue reading “Grad finds promising career and future at UA Little Rock”
At the age of 17, Nicole Paladino knew her only way to a better life was through education. Continue reading “Graduating student Nicole Paladino: ‘Education was my ticket’”
Sheila Speer first got a taste of college life by taking two Western civilization courses at Little Rock Air Force Base nearly 25 years ago. Continue reading “Grad looks forward to future career as teacher, writer”