The Night Sky - America's Total Solar Eclipse (August 21, 2017)
The Night Sky - America's Total Solar Eclipse (August 21, 2017)
Darrell Heath of the UALR Department of Arts, Letters, and Sciences, explores this year's total solar eclipse of the sun that can be seen on August 21, 2017! ualr.edu/tv/night-sky
Inside Art - Sculpting Youth
Inside Art - Sculpting Youth
Artist and UA Little Rock professor Michael Warrick and his team create a bronze sculpture to be displayed in Little Rock's sister city, Hanam, South Korea. Warrick brings a unique twist to a traditional sculpting process to create his work of art. ualr.edu/tv
Greg Simon - The Future of Cancer PROMO
Greg Simon - The Future of Cancer PROMO
Greg Simon, executive director of the Cancer Moon Shot Task forces discusses the future of cancer research. For dates and times of the program: ualr.edu/tv
UALR Opera Scenes 2014 (Promo)
UALR Opera Scenes 2014 (Promo)
The UALR Music Department and UALR Opera Theatre presents Opera Scenes, from The Merry Wives of Windsor, Werther, Hansel and Gretel, Carmen, II Matrimonio Segreto. You can watch the full concert on UALR University Television. ualr.edu/tv facebook.com/ualrtv twitter.com/ualrtv

University TV schedule

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    • 03:00 am

      On Campus

      Ancient Themes: A New Archive From Ancient Iraq

      Dr. Benjamin Studevent-Hickman discusses the ancient cuneiform tablets of Iraq.

    • 03:15 am

      Clinton School

      Right to Be Free - Ending Slavery and Human Trafficking

      Eric Peasah works with organizations in Ghana and West Africa to help stop human trafficking

    • 04:00 am

      Center Stage

      Artspree Presents pianist Nikita Mndoyants

      Nikita Mndoyants began playing piano and composing music at a very young age. He was since won several national and international piano and composition competitions.

    • 05:30 am

      Clinton School

      Exit Right: The People Who Left the Left and Reshaped the American Century

      Author Daniel Oppenheimer tells the stories of six major political figures whose journeys away from the left reshaped American politics in the 20th century.

    • 06:30 am

      Inside Art

      Sculpting Youth

      Inside Art takes us into the sculptors workshop as UA Little Rock Art Professor, Michael Warrick creates "Youth" for the Little Rock Sister City exchange.

    • 07:00 am

      Classic Arts Showcase

      Music, Visual Arts and Film Shorts

    • 08:00 am

      Evenings With History

      Argument, Proof and the Judgment of God

      UALR professor Michael Heil explains how Medieval Europe how the "Judgment of God" was used in legal cases.

    • 09:00 am

      DW News (Live)

      Daily News Program

    • 10:00 am

      On Campus

      Ancient Themes: A New Archive From Ancient Iraq

      Dr. Benjamin Studevent-Hickman discusses the ancient cuneiform tablets of Iraq.

    • 11:15 am

      Clinton School

      Right to Be Free - Ending Slavery and Human Trafficking

      Eric Peasah works with organizations in Ghana and West Africa to help stop human trafficking

    • 12:00 pm

      Clinton School

      Music as a Public Service Strategy

      Singer-songwriter Kiff Gallagher promotes music as a public service strategy, creating the MusicianCorps, which places musicians in public schools for a year.

    • 12:30 pm

      Inside Art

      Sculpting Youth

      Inside Art takes us into the sculptors workshop as UA Little Rock Art Professor, Michael Warrick creates "Youth" for the Little Rock Sister City exchange.

    • 01:00 pm

      DW News (Live)

      Daily News Program

    • 02:00 pm

      Clinton School

      Hope and Change to Changemaking

      Henry F. De Sio, Jr. served as deputy assistant to President Barrack Obama. He will discuss a ventured aimed at preparing the next generation of change makers.

    • 03:00 pm

      Classic Arts Showcase

      Music, Visual Arts and Film Shorts

    • 04:00 pm

      Evenings With History

      Argument, Proof and the Judgment of God

      UALR professor Michael Heil explains how Medieval Europe how the "Judgment of God" was used in legal cases.

    • 05:00 pm

      Clinton School

      Don't Wait for the Next War

      General Wesley Clark, Retired, discusses his book about the global challenges America faces and how to develop a strategy to address them.

    • 06:00 pm

      On Campus

      Ancient Themes: A New Archive From Ancient Iraq

      Dr. Benjamin Studevent-Hickman discusses the ancient cuneiform tablets of Iraq.

    • 07:15 pm

      Clinton School

      Right to Be Free - Ending Slavery and Human Trafficking

      Eric Peasah works with organizations in Ghana and West Africa to help stop human trafficking

    • 08:00 pm

      Center Stage

      Artspree Presents pianist Nikita Mndoyants

      Nikita Mndoyants began playing piano and composing music at a very young age. He was since won several national and international piano and composition competitions.

    • 09:30 pm

      Clinton School

      Exit Right: The People Who Left the Left and Reshaped the American Century

      Author Daniel Oppenheimer tells the stories of six major political figures whose journeys away from the left reshaped American politics in the 20th century.

    • 10:30 pm

      Inside Art

      Sculpting Youth

      Inside Art takes us into the sculptors workshop as UA Little Rock Art Professor, Michael Warrick creates "Youth" for the Little Rock Sister City exchange.

    • 11:00 pm

      Classic Arts Showcase

      Music, Visual Arts and Film Shorts

    Monday24
    • 03:00 am

      Clinton School

      Reflections on the Future of Cancer

      Greg Simon served as executive director of the White House Cancer Moonshot Task Force. During his time in the White House he helped launch over 70 innovative collaborations

    • 04:00 am

      Evenings With History

      Exploring the Diversity of New Orleans' Free Black Community

      UALR professor Brian Mitchell explores the diversity of the black community in New Orleans.

    • 04:45 am

      Clinton School

      Path: A Catalyst for Global Health

      Chris Elias is president of "PATH" an international nonprofit that looks for solutions to enable communities to break the cycles of poor health.

    • 05:30 am

      Clinton School

      The Rural Creative Economy

      Tim Wojan, a rural economist for Economic Research Service, discusses the relationship between location, artistic creativity and economic expansion as it related to the emerging "creative economy." Specifically addresses the arts community.

    • 06:15 am

      On Campus

      Action, Camera, Roots! Cinematic Medievalism and European Identities

      Professor Felice Lifshitz from Florida International finds that medieval films tell us more about nationalist conflicts in today's Europe than they do about their ostensible historical subjects.

    • 07:00 am

      Classic Arts Showcase

      Music, Visual Arts and Film Shorts

    • 08:00 am

      Clinton School

      Two Presidents Are Better Than One

      Professor David Orentilicher, a scholar of constitutional law and former state representative explains whey he feels the partisan conflict is the results of only one president.

    • 09:00 am

      DW News (Live)

      Daily News Program

    • 10:00 am

      The Night Sky

      American's Total Solar Eclipse Aug. 21, 2017

      Most Americans will have the opportunity to see a total solar eclipse in August of 2017. Darrell Heath explains what we will be able to see and where are the best places to see it.

    • 10:15 am

      Center Stage

      UALR Opera Scenes Fall 2014

      The UALR Opera Theatre presents selections from "The Merry Wives of Windsor", "Hansel and Gretel", "Carmen" and others.

    • 11:00 am

      Clinton School

      Reflections on the Future of Cancer

      Greg Simon served as executive director of the White House Cancer Moonshot Task Force. During his time in the White House he helped launch over 70 innovative collaborations

    • 12:00 pm

      Evenings With History

      Exploring the Diversity of New Orleans' Free Black Community

      UALR professor Brian Mitchell explores the diversity of the black community in New Orleans.

    • 01:00 pm

      DW News (Live)

      Daily News Program

    • 02:00 pm

      Clinton School

      The Rural Creative Economy

      Tim Wojan, a rural economist for Economic Research Service, discusses the relationship between location, artistic creativity and economic expansion as it related to the emerging "creative economy." Specifically addresses the arts community.

    • 03:00 pm

      Classic Arts Showcase

      Music, Visual Arts and Film Shorts

    • 04:00 pm

      Clinton School

      Two Presidents Are Better Than One

      Professor David Orentilicher, a scholar of constitutional law and former state representative explains whey he feels the partisan conflict is the results of only one president.

    • 05:00 pm

      Center Stage

      UALR Concert, Chamber and Women's Choir performs its 2009 Spring Concert

    • 06:00 pm

      The Night Sky

      American's Total Solar Eclipse Aug. 21, 2017

      Most Americans will have the opportunity to see a total solar eclipse in August of 2017. Darrell Heath explains what we will be able to see and where are the best places to see it.

    • 06:15 pm

      Center Stage

      UALR Opera Scenes Fall 2014

      The UALR Opera Theatre presents selections from "The Merry Wives of Windsor", "Hansel and Gretel", "Carmen" and others.

    • 07:00 pm

      Clinton School

      Reflections on the Future of Cancer

      Greg Simon served as executive director of the White House Cancer Moonshot Task Force. During his time in the White House he helped launch over 70 innovative collaborations

    • 08:00 pm

      Evenings With History

      Exploring the Diversity of New Orleans' Free Black Community

      UALR professor Brian Mitchell explores the diversity of the black community in New Orleans.

    • 08:45 pm

      Clinton School

      Path: A Catalyst for Global Health

      Chris Elias is president of "PATH" an international nonprofit that looks for solutions to enable communities to break the cycles of poor health.

    • 09:30 pm

      Clinton School

      The Rural Creative Economy

      Tim Wojan, a rural economist for Economic Research Service, discusses the relationship between location, artistic creativity and economic expansion as it related to the emerging "creative economy." Specifically addresses the arts community.

    • 10:15 pm

      On Campus

      Action, Camera, Roots! Cinematic Medievalism and European Identities

      Professor Felice Lifshitz from Florida International finds that medieval films tell us more about nationalist conflicts in today's Europe than they do about their ostensible historical subjects.

    • 11:00 pm

      Classic Arts Showcase

      Music, Visual Arts and Film Shorts

    Tuesday25
    • 03:00 am

      Clinton School

      Washington's Farewell: The Founding Father's Warning to Future Generations

      John Avlon Editor-in-Chief of The Daily Beast and CNN political analyst discusses President Washington's prophetic letter to the American people.

    • 04:00 am

      EARTHtalk! Carbon Dioxide Dynamics and the Rate of Cave Development

      Dr. Matt Covington explains how the development of caves in karst topographies is influenced by C02 levels in the water systems but also variations in ventilation.

    • 05:00 am

      The Folklorist

      Captain Midnight & The Great Moon Hoax

    • 05:30 am

      Clinton School

      Journalism and Justice: A Sojourn in the Moral Arc of History

      Since 1989, Jerry Mitchell has served as an investigative reporter for the Clarion-Ledger in Jackson Mississippi where he's pursued evidence in some of the most notorious killings from the civil rights era.

    • 06:30 am

      Classic Arts Showcase

      Music, Visual Arts and Film Shorts

    • 07:00 am

      Classic Arts Showcase

      Music, Visual Arts and Film Shorts

    • 08:00 am

      On Campus

      See A Song 2010

      UALR American Sign Language students and faculty perform to the songs from the movies.

    • 09:00 am

      DW News (Live)

      Daily News Program

    • 10:00 am

      On Campus

      Growth Promoting Principles for College Teachers

      Dr. Mary Ellen Weimer 2010 ATLE lecture on increasing motivation in the classroom.

    • 11:00 am

      Clinton School

      Washington's Farewell: The Founding Father's Warning to Future Generations

      John Avlon Editor-in-Chief of The Daily Beast and CNN political analyst discusses President Washington's prophetic letter to the American people.

    • 12:00 pm

      EARTHtalk! Carbon Dioxide Dynamics and the Rate of Cave Development

      Dr. Matt Covington explains how the development of caves in karst topographies is influenced by C02 levels in the water systems but also variations in ventilation.

    • 01:00 pm

      DW News (Live)

      Daily News Program

    • 02:00 pm

      Clinton School

      Journalism and Justice: A Sojourn in the Moral Arc of History

      Since 1989, Jerry Mitchell has served as an investigative reporter for the Clarion-Ledger in Jackson Mississippi where he's pursued evidence in some of the most notorious killings from the civil rights era.

    • 03:00 pm

      Classic Arts Showcase

      Music, Visual Arts and Film Shorts

    • 04:00 pm

      On Campus

      See A Song 2010

      UALR American Sign Language students and faculty perform to the songs from the movies.

    • 05:00 pm

      Clinton School

      Outpost: Life on the Frontlines of American Diplomacy

      Ambassador Christopher Hill whose last post was in Iraq. He is currently the Dean of the Josef Korbel School of International Studies at the University of Denver.

    • 06:00 pm

      On Campus

      Growth Promoting Principles for College Teachers

      Dr. Mary Ellen Weimer 2010 ATLE lecture on increasing motivation in the classroom.

    • 07:00 pm

      Clinton School

      Washington's Farewell: The Founding Father's Warning to Future Generations

      John Avlon Editor-in-Chief of The Daily Beast and CNN political analyst discusses President Washington's prophetic letter to the American people.

    • 08:00 pm

      EARTHtalk! Carbon Dioxide Dynamics and the Rate of Cave Development

      Dr. Matt Covington explains how the development of caves in karst topographies is influenced by C02 levels in the water systems but also variations in ventilation.

    • 09:00 pm

      The Folklorist

      Captain Midnight & The Great Moon Hoax

    • 09:30 pm

      Clinton School

      Journalism and Justice: A Sojourn in the Moral Arc of History

      Since 1989, Jerry Mitchell has served as an investigative reporter for the Clarion-Ledger in Jackson Mississippi where he's pursued evidence in some of the most notorious killings from the civil rights era.

    • 10:30 pm

      Classic Arts Showcase

      Music, Visual Arts and Film Shorts

    • 11:00 pm

      Classic Arts Showcase

      Music, Visual Arts and Film Shorts

    Wednesday26
    • 03:00 am

      Evenings With History

      A Wall of Separation between Temple and State? The Communist Party and Religion in Contemporary China

      UALR professor Jeff Kyong-McClain examines the history of "Temple and State" relations in modern China.

    • 04:00 am

      Clinton School

      Retrofitting Suburbia: Urban Design Solutions

      Professor of Architecture and Urban Design, Ellen Dunham-Jones shows how development in existing suburbs can absorb new growth and evolve.

    • 05:30 am

      Clinton School

      A Good Talk

      Daniel Menaker is a writer and editor. He discusses the origin of language and social talk and explains how good conversations work.

    • 06:30 am

      On Campus

      Elizabeth Bintliff on Women and Development

      Elizabeth Bintliff is the Vice-President of Heifer International's Africa Program

    • 07:00 am

      Classic Arts Showcase

      Music, Visual Arts and Film Shorts

    • 08:00 am

      Center Stage

      Faculty Concert, Andy Wen. Fall 2010

      Music Faculty Andy Wen performs on the saxophone.

    • 09:00 am

      DW News (Live)

      Daily News Program

    • 10:00 am

      Clinton School

      The Green Book and Route 66 Corridor Preservation Program

      Historian Frank Norris discusses the Victor Green "Green Book" that helped guide African Americans on places to avoid in 1936.

    • 11:00 am

      Evenings With History

      A Wall of Separation between Temple and State? The Communist Party and Religion in Contemporary China

      UALR professor Jeff Kyong-McClain examines the history of "Temple and State" relations in modern China.

    • 12:00 pm

      Clinton School

      Two Weeks of Life: A Memoir of Life, Death and Politics

      Newsweek editor and author Eleanor Clift discusses death and dying in her book which chronicles the death of her husband and the controversial Terri Schiavo case.

    • 01:00 pm

      DW News (Live)

      Daily News Program

    • 02:00 pm

      Clinton School

      A Good Talk

      Daniel Menaker is a writer and editor. He discusses the origin of language and social talk and explains how good conversations work.

    • 03:00 pm

      Classic Arts Showcase

      Music, Visual Arts and Film Shorts

    • 04:00 pm

      Center Stage

      Faculty Concert, Andy Wen. Fall 2010

      Music Faculty Andy Wen performs on the saxophone.

    • 05:00 pm

      Clinton School

      Current Trends in Sexual Assault

      Janine D'Anniballe has worked toward the prevention, treatment and training of sexual assault issues.

    • 05:45 pm

      Clinton School

      The Green Book and Route 66 Corridor Preservation Program

      Historian Frank Norris discusses the Victor Green "Green Book" that helped guide African Americans on places to avoid in 1936.

    • 06:30 pm

      Center Stage

      Jazz Ensemble Fall 2008

      UALR Jazz Ensemble 2008 Fall concert

    • 07:00 pm

      Evenings With History

      A Wall of Separation between Temple and State? The Communist Party and Religion in Contemporary China

      UALR professor Jeff Kyong-McClain examines the history of "Temple and State" relations in modern China.

    • 08:00 pm

      Clinton School

      Retrofitting Suburbia: Urban Design Solutions

      Professor of Architecture and Urban Design, Ellen Dunham-Jones shows how development in existing suburbs can absorb new growth and evolve.

    • 09:30 pm

      Clinton School

      A Good Talk

      Daniel Menaker is a writer and editor. He discusses the origin of language and social talk and explains how good conversations work.

    • 10:30 pm

      On Campus

      Elizabeth Bintliff on Women and Development

      Elizabeth Bintliff is the Vice-President of Heifer International's Africa Program

    • 11:00 pm

      Classic Arts Showcase

      Music, Visual Arts and Film Shorts

    Thursday27
    • 03:00 am

      Home Fry-ed Movies

      The Stranger

      Fry Cook Ben Fry is serving up a film noir directed by Orson Welles, starring Welles, Edward G. Robinson and Loretta Young. The plot swirls around the attempt to identify a Nazi war criminal hiding in small town America.

    • 05:00 am

      Inside Art

      Carey Roberson

      Brad Cushman visits the studio of Carey Roberson to learn about his digital artistic process.

    • 05:30 am

      Clinton School

      Down to the Wire: Climate Policy Alternatives

      David Orr talks about the politics and policy of climate change. He is a distinguished professor of Environmental Studies at Oberlin College.

    • 06:30 am

      Classic Arts Showcase

      Music, Visual Arts and Film Shorts

    • 07:00 am

      Classic Arts Showcase

      Music, Visual Arts and Film Shorts

    • 08:00 am

      Clinton School

      Rock Island Railroad in Arkansas

      Journalist Michael Hibblen discusses the history of the Rock Island Railroad and what led to its demise.

    • 09:00 am

      DW News (Live)

      Daily News Program

    • 10:00 am

      Clinton School

      Who Owns Wildlife

      David Western, founder of the African Conservation Centers, talks about the gap among local, national and global interests related to wildlife preservation.

    • 11:00 am

      Home Fry-ed Movies

      The Stranger

      Fry Cook Ben Fry is serving up a film noir directed by Orson Welles, starring Welles, Edward G. Robinson and Loretta Young. The plot swirls around the attempt to identify a Nazi war criminal hiding in small town America.

    • 12:45 pm

      UALRTV Short

      Binding Communities

      A public exhibit of artists' books handmade by the collective Ediciones Vigia of Matanzas, Cuba.

    • 01:00 pm

      DW News (Live)

      Daily News Program

    • 02:00 pm

      Clinton School

      Down to the Wire: Climate Policy Alternatives

      David Orr talks about the politics and policy of climate change. He is a distinguished professor of Environmental Studies at Oberlin College.

    • 03:00 pm

      Classic Arts Showcase

      Music, Visual Arts and Film Shorts

    • 04:00 pm

      Clinton School

      Rock Island Railroad in Arkansas

      Journalist Michael Hibblen discusses the history of the Rock Island Railroad and what led to its demise.

    • 05:00 pm

      Evenings With History

      Finding the Women of the Atlantic World: Adventures in the Archives

      UALR professor Susanah Romney invites the audience to come along on a trip back to Dutch New York in the 1660s.... a world of Indians, slaves and settlers who built one of the first settler colonies in North America.

    • 06:00 pm

      Clinton School

      Who Owns Wildlife

      David Western, founder of the African Conservation Centers, talks about the gap among local, national and global interests related to wildlife preservation.

    • 07:00 pm

      Home Fry-ed Movies

      The Stranger

      Fry Cook Ben Fry is serving up a film noir directed by Orson Welles, starring Welles, Edward G. Robinson and Loretta Young. The plot swirls around the attempt to identify a Nazi war criminal hiding in small town America.

    • 09:00 pm

      Inside Art

      Carey Roberson

      Brad Cushman visits the studio of Carey Roberson to learn about his digital artistic process.

    • 09:30 pm

      Clinton School

      Down to the Wire: Climate Policy Alternatives

      David Orr talks about the politics and policy of climate change. He is a distinguished professor of Environmental Studies at Oberlin College.

    • 10:30 pm

      Classic Arts Showcase

      Music, Visual Arts and Film Shorts

    • 11:00 pm

      Classic Arts Showcase

      Music, Visual Arts and Film Shorts

    Friday28
    • 03:00 am

      EARTHtalk!

      Groundwater: Below Our Feet and In Our Minds

      Dr. Kathy Knierim is a hydrologist with the U.S. Geological Survey. Dr. Knierim talks about the ways she measures our water use as well as assessing the quality of our groundwater.

    • 03:15 am

      "Center Stage

      Artspree presents W.S. Holland Band

      Holland was the only drummer who played with Johnny Cash. He performs some of Cash's hits including "Ring of Fire", "I Walk the Line" and "Matchbox."

    • 04:30 am

      Clinton School

      Good and Football: Faith and Fanaticism in the SEC

      Chad Gibbs discusses his book, a humorous look at the intersection of religion and football in the South.

    • 05:30 am

      Center Stage

      Songs of Love and Loss by Debussy, Haydn, Schoenberg and Britten

      Featuring UALR faculty Rosella Ewing and Dr. Kyung-Eun Na

    • 06:45 am

      Classic Arts Showcase

      Music, Visual Arts and Film Shorts

    • 07:00 am

      Classic Arts Showcase

      Music, Visual Arts and Film Shorts

    • 08:00 am

      On Campus

      The Secrets of the Great Pyramid with Dr. Bob Brier

      Bob Brier, a renowned scholar of ancient Egypt, will discuss a new theory on how the pyramids were built.

    • 09:00 am

      DW Focus on Europe

      Smoking on Balconies

      And G20 Summit Protesters

    • 09:30 am

      DW Tomorrow Today The Science Magazine

      The Science of Predictions

      What’s the point of making predictions?

    • 10:00 am

      Clinton School

      Rise: How a House Built a Family

      Cara Brookins of Central Arkansas tells her story of how a family became stronger by building their own house.

    • 10:45 am

      EARTHtalk!

      Groundwater: Below Our Feet and In Our Minds

      Dr. Kathy Knierim is a hydrologist with the U.S. Geological Survey. Dr. Knierim talks about the ways she measures our water use as well as assessing the quality of our groundwater.

    • 11:30 am

      "Center Stage

      Artspree presents W.S. Holland Band

      Holland was the only drummer who played with Johnny Cash. He performs some of Cash's hits including "Ring of Fire", "I Walk the Line" and "Matchbox."

    • 01:00 pm

      DW Euromaxx Highlights

      Fiat Fans on the Riviera

      And 3D Street Art

    • 01:30 pm

      DW Global 3000 -The Globalization Program

      After the Grenfell Fire

      And the fate of migrants from Mexico and Senegal

    • 02:00 pm

      Center Stage

      Songs of Love and Loss by Debussy, Haydn, Schoenberg and Britten

      Featuring UALR faculty Rosella Ewing and Dr. Kyung-Eun Na

    • 03:00 pm

      Classic Arts Showcase

      Music, Visual Arts and Film Shorts

    • 04:00 pm

      On Campus

      The Secrets of the Great Pyramid with Dr. Bob Brier

      Bob Brier, a renowned scholar of ancient Egypt, will discuss a new theory on how the pyramids were built.

    • 05:00 pm

      Clinton School

      Changing the Story - addressing the status of women and girls in Arkansas

      The Women's Foundation of Arkansas presents its latest publication and action plan for women's health, education and economic issues.

    • 05:45 pm

      Clinton School

      Rise: How a House Built a Family

      Cara Brookins of Central Arkansas tells her story of how a family became stronger by building their own house.

    • 06:30 pm

      EARTHtalk!

      Groundwater: Below Our Feet and In Our Minds

      Dr. Kathy Knierim is a hydrologist with the U.S. Geological Survey. Dr. Knierim talks about the ways she measures our water use as well as assessing the quality of our groundwater.

    • 07:15 pm

      "Center Stage

      Artspree presents W.S. Holland Band

      Holland was the only drummer who played with Johnny Cash. He performs some of Cash's hits including "Ring of Fire", "I Walk the Line" and "Matchbox."

    • 08:30 pm

      Clinton School

      Good and Football: Faith and Fanaticism in the SEC

      Chad Gibbs discusses his book, a humorous look at the intersection of religion and football in the South.

    • 09:30 pm

      Center Stage

      Songs of Love and Loss by Debussy, Haydn, Schoenberg and Britten

      Featuring UALR faculty Rosella Ewing and Dr. Kyung-Eun Na

    • 10:45 pm

      Classic Arts Showcase

      Music, Visual Arts and Film Shorts

    • 11:00 pm

      Classic Arts Showcase

      Music, Visual Arts and Film Shorts

    Saturday29
    • 03:00 am

      On Campus

      12th Annual Racial Attitudes in Pulaski County

      The 2015 Racial Attitudes Conference discusses the survey report and hosts a panel discussion on values, family and community.

    • 03:45 am

      Clinton School

      National Institute of Standards and Technology

      Phillip Singerman is director for innovation and industry services at the National Institute of Standards and Technology. This federal agency promotes U.S innovation in measurement science.

    • 04:30 am

      Today's Garden

      Today's Garden with Janet Carson

    • 05:00 am

      Center Stage

      UALR Faculty Jazz Concert - Spring 2012

      Faculty musicians Michael Underwood on trombone, Tom Cox in piano, Joe Vick on Bass, Brian Brown on drums. They play Charlie parker, Hank Mobley, Jerome Kern and compositions by Michael Underwood.

    • 06:15 am

      Clinton School

      Men's and Women's College Athletics during the Great Depression

      Professor Brad Austin explores the funding cuts that America's public universities made during the Depression and how they used athletics to combat their financial troubles.

    • 07:00 am

      Classic Arts Showcase

      Music, Visual Arts and Film Shorts

    • 08:00 am

      Evenings With History

      The Reddest Red Sun in Our Hearts: Mao Zedong and the Cultural Revolution

      UALR Professor Jeff Kyong-McClain takes us to 1966-1976 China, where Mao ruled the People's Republic. This talk explores the historical context of the Cultural Revolution and why there are two disparate views of Mao's revolution.

    • 09:00 am

      DW Euromaxx Highlights

      Fiat Fans on the Riviera

      And 3D Street Art

    • 09:30 am

      DW Global 3000 -The Globalization Program

      After the Grenfell Fire

      And the fate of migrants from Mexico and Senegal

    • 10:00 am

      Center Stage

      Collage! A Musical Celebration

      Featuring pieces from the UALR Concert Choir, UALR Wind Ensemble, UALR Piano Ensemble, and more!

    • 10:30 am

      On Campus

      12th Annual Racial Attitudes in Pulaski County

      The 2015 Racial Attitudes Conference discusses the survey report and hosts a panel discussion on values, family and community.

    • 11:45 am

      Clinton School

      National Institute of Standards and Technology

      Phillip Singerman is director for innovation and industry services at the National Institute of Standards and Technology. This federal agency promotes U.S innovation in measurement science.

    • 12:30 pm

      Today's Garden

      Today's Garden with Janet Carson

    • 01:00 pm

      DW Focus on Europe

      Smoking on Balconies

      And G20 Summit Protesters

    • 01:30 pm

      DW Tomorrow Today The Science Magazine

      The Science of Predictions

      What’s the point of making predictions?

    • 02:00 pm

      Clinton School

      Men's and Women's College Athletics during the Great Depression

      Professor Brad Austin explores the funding cuts that America's public universities made during the Depression and how they used athletics to combat their financial troubles.

    • 03:00 pm

      Classic Arts Showcase

      Music, Visual Arts and Film Shorts

    • 04:00 pm

      Evenings With History

      The Reddest Red Sun in Our Hearts: Mao Zedong and the Cultural Revolution

      UALR Professor Jeff Kyong-McClain takes us to 1966-1976 China, where Mao ruled the People's Republic. This talk explores the historical context of the Cultural Revolution and why there are two disparate views of Mao's revolution.

    • 05:00 pm

      Clinton School

      Pulitzer Prize and Grammy Award Winning Composer

      Jennifer Higdon is one of the most performed living American composers.

    • 06:00 pm

      Center Stage

      Collage! A Musical Celebration

      Featuring pieces from the UALR Concert Choir, UALR Wind Ensemble, UALR Piano Ensemble, and more!

    • 06:30 pm

      On Campus

      12th Annual Racial Attitudes in Pulaski County

      The 2015 Racial Attitudes Conference discusses the survey report and hosts a panel discussion on values, family and community.

    • 07:45 pm

      Clinton School

      National Institute of Standards and Technology

      Phillip Singerman is director for innovation and industry services at the National Institute of Standards and Technology. This federal agency promotes U.S innovation in measurement science.

    • 08:30 pm

      Today's Garden

      Today's Garden with Janet Carson

    • 09:00 pm

      Center Stage

      UALR Faculty Jazz Concert - Spring 2012

      Faculty musicians Michael Underwood on trombone, Tom Cox in piano, Joe Vick on Bass, Brian Brown on drums. They play Charlie parker, Hank Mobley, Jerome Kern and compositions by Michael Underwood.

    • 10:15 pm

      Clinton School

      Men's and Women's College Athletics during the Great Depression

      Professor Brad Austin explores the funding cuts that America's public universities made during the Depression and how they used athletics to combat their financial troubles.

    • 11:00 pm

      Classic Arts Showcase

      Music, Visual Arts and Film Shorts

    Sunday30
    • 03:00 am

      Center Stage

      Michael Underwood Faulty Recital 2012

      Trombone Concert

    • 03:30 am

      Clinton School

      The Cost and Rewards of European Union Membership to Candidate States: What Does it Mean to be "European?"

      Dr. Dorian Jano is executive director of the Albanian Institute of Public Affairs in Tirana, Albania. His work focuses on European politics and the Europeanization and its impact on the Western Balkan states.

    • 04:30 am

      Earthtalk!

      Implementing the Lake Maumelle Watershed Plan

      Randy Easley is the Director of Water Quality for Central Arkansas Water. He shows explains the steps taken to ensure the safety of our water.

    • 05:30 am

      Clinton School

      Cultivating a Better Food System

      Dani Nirenberg is president and founder of "Food Tank: The Food Think Tank. She is an expert on sustainable agriculture and food issues.

    • 06:30 am

      Classic Arts Showcase

      Music, Visual Arts and Film Shorts

    • 07:00 am

      Classic Arts Showcase

      Music, Visual Arts and Film Shorts

    • 08:00 am

      Clinton School

      The Iran Wars: Spy Games, Bank Battles, Secret Deals and What Comes Now

      Wall Street Journal reporter Jay Solomon shows how Iran's nuclear development went unnoticed for years by the international community.

    • 09:00 am

      DW News (Live)

      Daily News Program

    • 10:00 am

      Clinton School

      The New Madrid Fault

      Gary Patterson a seismologist with the Univeristy of Memphis and Scott Ausbrooks with the Arkansas Geological Survey will discuss the fault and its risks.

    • 10:45 am

      Center Stage

      Michael Underwood Faulty Recital 2012

      Trombone Concert

    • 11:30 am

      Clinton School

      The Cost and Rewards of European Union Membership to Candidate States: What Does it Mean to be "European?"

      Dr. Dorian Jano is executive director of the Albanian Institute of Public Affairs in Tirana, Albania. His work focuses on European politics and the Europeanization and its impact on the Western Balkan states.

    • 12:30 pm

      TBD

    • 01:00 pm

      DW News (Live)

      Daily News Program

    • 02:00 pm

      Earthtalk!

      Implementing the Lake Maumelle Watershed Plan

      Randy Easley is the Director of Water Quality for Central Arkansas Water. He shows explains the steps taken to ensure the safety of our water.

    • 03:00 pm

      Classic Arts Showcase

      Music, Visual Arts and Film Shorts

    • 04:00 pm

      Clinton School

      The Iran Wars: Spy Games, Bank Battles, Secret Deals and What Comes Now

      Wall Street Journal reporter Jay Solomon shows how Iran's nuclear development went unnoticed for years by the international community.

    • 05:00 pm

      Evenings With History

      Some Degree of Separation: The Struggle for Equal Education in Little Rock in the 1960s.

      UALR professor James Ross discusses the impact of the Central High crisis on Little Rock Schools

    • 06:00 pm

      Clinton School

      The New Madrid Fault

      Gary Patterson a seismologist with the Univeristy of Memphis and Scott Ausbrooks with the Arkansas Geological Survey will discuss the fault and its risks.

    • 06:45 pm

      Center Stage

      Michael Underwood Faulty Recital 2012

      Trombone Concert

    • 07:30 pm

      Clinton School

      The Cost and Rewards of European Union Membership to Candidate States: What Does it Mean to be "European?"

      Dr. Dorian Jano is executive director of the Albanian Institute of Public Affairs in Tirana, Albania. His work focuses on European politics and the Europeanization and its impact on the Western Balkan states.

    • 08:30 pm

      Earthtalk!

      Implementing the Lake Maumelle Watershed Plan

      Randy Easley is the Director of Water Quality for Central Arkansas Water. He shows explains the steps taken to ensure the safety of our water.

    • 09:30 pm

      Clinton School

      Cultivating a Better Food System

      Dani Nirenberg is president and founder of "Food Tank: The Food Think Tank. She is an expert on sustainable agriculture and food issues.

    • 10:30 pm

      Classic Arts Showcase

      Music, Visual Arts and Film Shorts

    • 11:00 pm

      Classic Arts Showcase

      Music, Visual Arts and Film Shorts

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