Senator Tom Cotton - President Trump's First 100 Days (Promo)
Senator Tom Cotton - President Trump's First 100 Days (Promo)
Sen. Tom Cotton from Arkansas spoke with Skip Rutherford, Dean of the Clinton School of Public Service, on April 19, 2017 to discuss the first 100 days of President Trump's administration. Topics include Russian election interference, government programs, Syria, and more. Broadcast dates and times: ualr.edu/tv Broadcast streaming: https://ualruniversitytelevision.viebit.com/
UA Little Rock Student Research & Creative Works Expo 2017
UA Little Rock Student Research & Creative Works Expo 2017
Undergraduate and Graduate students of the University of Arkansas at Little Rock display their latest research at the 2017 UA Little Rock Student Research and Creative Works Expo on April 3, 2017. ualr.edu/tv
UA Little Rock ASCE Competes in the Deep South Conf. (2017)
UA Little Rock ASCE Competes in the Deep South Conf. (2017)
Members of the ASCE chapter of UA Little Rock competed in the Deep South Conference in Memphis, TN on March 30th - April 1st, 2017. They participated in a number of engineering related competitions. ualr.edu/tv
Dr. Jeff Kyong-McClain - The Communist Party & Religion in Contemporary China (Promo)
Dr. Jeff Kyong-McClain - The Communist Party & Religion in Contemporary China (Promo)
Dr. Jeff Kyong-McClain of the UA Little Rock History Department discusses the history of various religions in China in his talk titled, "A Wall of Separation between Temple and State? The Communist Party and Religion in Contemporary China." Broadcast dates and times: ualr.edu/tv Broadcast streaming: https://ualruniversitytelevision.viebit.com/
The Green Book and Route 66 (PROMO)
The Green Book and Route 66 (PROMO)
Historian Frank Norris discusses the Victor Green "Green Book" that helped guide African Americans when traveling on America's highways.

University TV schedule

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    • 03:00 am

      Clinton School

      Making Our Democracy Work: A Judge's View

      United States Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer examines the role of the Court and its authority in American democracy.

    • 04:15 am

      Center Stage

      UALR Spring Dance Concert 2011

      The Annual Spring Dance Concert "Bodyworks"

    • 05:30 am

      Clinton School

      Abelard to Apple: The Fate of American Colleges and Universities

      Dr. Rich Demillo argues that the vast majority of American colleges are clinging to a centuries old model of higher education and must adapt to survive.

    • 06:30 am

      Today's Garden

      Today's Garden with Janet Carson

    • 07:00 am

      Classic Arts Showcase

      Music, Visual Arts and Film Shorts

    • 08:00 am

      On Campus

      Actress Geri Jewell

      Known to millions as "Cousin Geri" on the NBC sitcom "The Facts of Life", Geri became the first person with a visible disability to become a regular performer in prime-time television.

    • 09:00 am

      DW News (Live)

      Daily News Program

    • 10:00 am

      Center Stage

      UALR Spring Dance Concert 2011

      The Annual Spring Dance Concert "Bodyworks"

    • 11:15 am

      Clinton School

      Making Our Democracy Work: A Judge's View

      United States Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer examines the role of the Court and its authority in American democracy.

    • 12:15 pm

      On Campus

      Women Inventors and their Breakthroughs

      Ethlie Ann Vare provides an entertaining account of the "hidden" women behind familiar products.

    • 01:00 pm

      DW News (Live)

      Daily News Program

    • 02:00 pm

      Clinton School

      Abelard to Apple: The Fate of American Colleges and Universities

      Dr. Rich Demillo argues that the vast majority of American colleges are clinging to a centuries old model of higher education and must adapt to survive.

    • 03:00 pm

      Classic Arts Showcase

      Music, Visual Arts and Film Shorts

    • 04:00 pm

      On Campus

      Actress Geri Jewell

      Known to millions as "Cousin Geri" on the NBC sitcom "The Facts of Life", Geri became the first person with a visible disability to become a regular performer in prime-time television.

    • 05:00 pm

      Clinton School

      The Challenge of Feeding 9.6 Billion by Mid-Century

      Robert L. Thomson is an expert on agricultural policy and is a visiting scholar at Johns Hopkins University's School of Advanced International Studies in Washington, D.C.

    • 06:15 pm

      On Campus

      Women Inventors and their Breakthroughs

      Ethlie Ann Vare provides an entertaining account of the "hidden" women behind familiar products.

    • 07:00 pm

      Clinton School

      Making Our Democracy Work: A Judge's View

      United States Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer examines the role of the Court and its authority in American democracy.

    • 08:15 pm

      Center Stage

      UALR Spring Dance Concert 2011

      The Annual Spring Dance Concert "Bodyworks"

    • 09:30 pm

      Clinton School

      Abelard to Apple: The Fate of American Colleges and Universities Dr. Rich Demillo argues that the vast majority of American colleges are clinging to a centuries old model of higher education and must adapt to survive.

    • 10:30 pm

      Today's Garden

      Today's Garden with Janet Carson

    • 11:00 pm

      Classic Arts Showcase

      Music, Visual Arts and Film Shorts

    Monday17
    • 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-McDlain examines the history of "Temple and State" relations in modern China.

    • 04:00 am

      Clinton School

      One Nation Under Contract: The Outsourcing of American Power

      Professor Allison Stanger talks about how private contractors became an integral part of American foreign policy, often in "scandalous" ways.

    • 05:00 am

      On Campus

      What Everyone Should Know About Emotional Intelligence

      Dr. John Mayer, a psychology professor from the University of New Hampshire, talks about his research on how we perceive, control and evaluate emotions.

    • 06:00 am

      Clinton School

      Revisiting Cuomo's Famous Speech

      Robert P. George, a professor of jurisprudence at Princeton University revisits the famous speech on religious faith, ethics and public policy.

    • 07:00 am

      Classic Arts Showcase

      Music, Visual Arts and Film Shorts

    • 08:00 am

      Clinton School

      The Dust of Kandahar

      Jonathan Addleton's personal account of his year of service as US Ambassador to Afghanistan.

    • 09:00 am

      DW News (Live)

      Daily News Program

    • 10:00 am

      Theatre Spotlight

      A Conversation with Sheila Callaghan

      Award winning playwright Sheila Callaghan sits down with UALR Theatre Arts and Dance Department Chair Jay Raphael to discuss the writing process.

    • 10:15 am

      Clinton School

      Hunger, Hardship and Child Health

      Deborah Frank, founder of Children's HealthWatch researches food, energy and housing insecurity and its impact on children's health and development.

    • 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-McDlain examines the history of "Temple and State" relations in modern China.

    • 12:00 pm

      Clinton School

      One Nation Under Contract: The Outsourcing of American Power

      Professor Allison Stanger talks about how private contractors became an integral part of American foreign policy, often in "scandalous" ways.

    • 01:00 pm

      DW News (Live)

      Daily News Program

    • 02:00 pm

      Clinton School

      Revisiting Cuomo's Famous Speech

      Robert P. George, a professor of jurisprudence at Princeton University revisits the famous speech on religious faith, ethics and public policy.

    • 03:00 pm

      Classic Arts Showcase

      Music, Visual Arts and Film Shorts

    • 04:00 pm

      Clinton School

      The Dust of Kandahar

      Jonathan Addleton's personal account of his year of service as US Ambassador to Afghanistan.

    • 05:00 pm

      Center Stage

      UALR Faculty Recital Spring 2015

      Featuring Andy Wen on Saxophones, John Krebs on Piano, Harold Fooster on Percussion and Susan Antonetti on Flute

    • 06:15 pm

      Clinton School

      Hunger, Hardship and Child Health

      Deborah Frank, founder of Children's HealthWatch researches food, energy and housing insecurity and its impact on children's health and development.

    • 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-McDlain examines the history of "Temple and State" relations in modern China.

    • 08:00 pm

      Clinton School

      One Nation Under Contract: The Outsourcing of American Power

      Professor Allison Stanger talks about how private contractors became an integral part of American foreign policy, often in "scandalous" ways.

    • 09:00 pm

      On Campus

      What Everyone Should Know About Emotional Intelligence

      Dr. John Mayer, a psychology professor from the University of New Hampshire, talks about his research on how we perceive, control and evaluate emotions.

    • 10:00 pm

      Clinton School

      Revisiting Cuomo's Famous Speech

      Robert P. George, a professor of jurisprudence at Princeton University revisits the famous speech on religious faith, ethics and public policy.

    • 11:00 pm

      Classic Arts Showcase

      Music, Visual Arts and Film Shorts

    Tuesday18
    • 03:00 am

      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.

    • 04:00 am

      Applied Communication Leadership Lectures

      The Art of Positive Communication for Leaders: Small Actions with Big Impact

      UALR Applied Communication professor Julien C. Mirivel explains how small changes in the way we communicate can produce big changes in our work environment.

    • 05:00 am

      The Folklorist

      The New England Lighthouse Storm ep. 10

      Two brave men hold their stations atop a doomed lighthouse. Also an African-American woman fights for her right to ride on a streetcar and an unbelievable discovery attracts the attention of the Greatest Show on Earth.

    • 05:30 am

      Evenings With History

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

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

    • 06:30 am

      Clinton School

      Cotton and Race in the Making of America

      Author Gene Dattel discusses his book which looks at the complexity of cotton's productive role in America's rise to economic power.

    • 07:00 am

      Classic Arts Showcase

      Music, Visual Arts and Film Shorts

    • 08:00 am

      Center Stage

      The Albani Piano Trio Spring 2015

      UALR faculty piano trio which consists of violinist Meredith Maddox Hicks, cellist David Gerstein and pianist Naoki Hakutani will perform a chamber music recital as part of the "Piano and Strings Festival". Guest artist is Ryan Mooney on viola.

    • 09:00 am

      DW News (Live)

      Daily News Program

    • 10:00 am

      Center Stage

      BODYWORKS - UALR Spring Dance Concert 2015

      Comprised of all original works, this performance includes selections from ballet, modern, jazz and hip hop.

    • 11:00 am

      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.

    • 12:00 pm

      Applied Communication Leadership Lectures

      The Art of Positive Communication for Leaders: Small Actions with Big Impact

      UALR Applied Communication professor Julien C. Mirivel explains how small changes in the way we communicate can produce big changes in our work environment.

    • 01:00 pm

      DW News (Live)

      Daily News Program

    • 02:00 pm

      Evenings With History

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

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

    • 03:00 pm

      Classic Arts Showcase

      Music, Visual Arts and Film Shorts

    • 04:00 pm

      Center Stage

      The Albani Piano Trio Spring 2015

      UALR faculty piano trio which consists of violinist Meredith Maddox Hicks, cellist David Gerstein and pianist Naoki Hakutani will perform a chamber music recital as part of the "Piano and Strings Festival". Guest artist is Ryan Mooney on viola.

    • 05:00 pm

      Clinton School

      The Good Story: Inspiring Leadership

      Leigh Hafrey of the MIT Sloan School of Management, discusses the arc of military American self-perception.

    • 06:00 pm

      Theatre Spotlight

      A Conversation with Sheila Callaghan

      Award winning playwright Sheila Callaghan sits down with UALR Theatre Arts and Dance Department Chair Jay Raphael to discuss the writing process.

    • 07:00 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.

    • 08:00 pm

      Applied Communication Leadership Lectures

      The Art of Positive Communication for Leaders: Small Actions with Big Impact

      UALR Applied Communication professor Julien C. Mirivel explains how small changes in the way we communicate can produce big changes in our work environment.

    • 09:00 pm

      The Folklorist

      The New England Lighthouse Storm ep. 10

      Two brave men hold their stations atop a doomed lighthouse. Also an African-American woman fights for her right to ride on a streetcar and an unbelievable discovery attracts the attention of the Greatest Show on Earth.

    • 09:30 pm

      Evenings With History

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

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

    • 10:30 pm

      Clinton School

      Cotton and Race in the Making of America

      Author Gene Dattel discusses his book which looks at the complexity of cotton's productive role in America's rise to economic power.

    • 11:00 pm

      Classic Arts Showcase

      Music, Visual Arts and Film Shorts

    Wednesday19
    • 03:00 am

      Center Stage

      BODYWORKS - UALR Spring Dance Concert 2015

      Comprised of all original works, this performance includes selections from ballet, modern, jazz and hip hop.

    • 03:15 am

      On Campus

      Standing at the Crossroads to Rebuilding Through Hope, Healing and Empowerment

      Civil Rights Movement luminary, Rev. Dr. Bernard LaFayette, Jr., will talk about his life and experiences in the movement.

    • 05:00 am

      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.

    • 06:00 am

      On Campus

      Redemption: A Memoir of Sisterhood, Survival and Finding Freedom Behind Bars

      Stacy Lannert discusses overcoming childhood sexual abuse.

    • 07:00 am

      Classic Arts Showcase

      Music, Visual Arts and Film Shorts

    • 08:00 am

      Evenings With History

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

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

    • 09:00 am

      DW News (Live)

      Daily News Program

    • 10:00 am

      On Campus

      Roux Printmaking

      A printmaking panel discussion on the handmade art of storytelling through printmaking.

    • 11:15 am

      On Campus

      Standing at the Crossroads to Rebuilding Through Hope, Healing and Empowerment

      Civil Rights Movement luminary, Rev. Dr. Bernard LaFayette, Jr., will talk about his life and experiences in the movement.

    • 01:00 pm

      DW News (Live)

      Daily News Program

    • 02:00 pm

      On Campus

      Redemption: A Memoir of Sisterhood, Survival and Finding Freedom Behind Bars

      Stacy Lannert discusses overcoming childhood sexual abuse.

    • 03:00 pm

      Classic Arts Showcase

      Music, Visual Arts and Film Shorts

    • 04:00 pm

      Evenings With History

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

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

    • 05:00 pm

      Clinton School

      Media Stereotypes and their Role in Racial Healing and Equity

      Dr. Travis Dixon from UCLA discusses the portrayal of minorities in the media.

    • 06:00 pm

      Center Stage

      BODYWORKS - UALR Spring Dance Concert 2015

      Comprised of all original works, this performance includes selections from ballet, modern, jazz and hip hop.

    • 07:15 pm

      On Campus

      Standing at the Crossroads to Rebuilding Through Hope, Healing and Empowerment

      Civil Rights Movement luminary, Rev. Dr. Bernard LaFayette, Jr., will talk about his life and experiences in the movement.

    • 09:00 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.

    • 10:00 pm

      On Campus

      Redemption: A Memoir of Sisterhood, Survival and Finding Freedom Behind Bars

      Stacy Lannert discusses overcoming childhood sexual abuse.

    • 11:00 pm

      Classic Arts Showcase

      Music, Visual Arts and Film Shorts

    Thursday20
    • 03:00 am

      Clinton School

      President Trump's First 100 Days

      Arkansas Senator Tom Cotton talks about Congress and the White House and the first three months of the Republican policies.

    • 04:00 am

      The Folklorist

      Nikola Tesla

      The Folklorist looks at the inventions of Nikola Tesla

    • 04:30 am

      UALR TV Presents

      Breaking Down the Walls - The Inside/Out Program at UALR

      This documentary takes you inside the Wrightsville Prison in Arkansas to experience the "Inside/Out" classroom where UALR Criminal Justice students and prisoners learn about the justice system.

    • 05:00 am

      Clinton School

      The Need to Iterate Education

      Jamie Casap is the Global Education Evangelist at Google. Google seeks to transform education by harnessing the power and potential of technology in the classroom.

    • 06:00 am

      On Campus

      Money Matters

      Stephanie Rulli talks about the financial decision we make and the importance of setting realistic goals.

    • 07:00 am

      Classic Arts Showcase

      Music, Visual Arts and Film Shorts

    • 08:00 am

      Center Stage

      UALR Faculty Concert 2009- Andy Wen and Naoki Hakutani

      Saxophonist Andy Wen and pianist Naoki Hakutani perform Prelude, Cadence et Finale by Alfred Desencios, Sabre Dance from Gayaneh by Aram Khachaturyan and other sonatas and concertos.

    • 09:00 am

      DW News (Live)

      Daily News Program

    • 10:00 am

      EARTHtalk!

      The San Andreas Fault: Hollywood's Natural Playground

      UALR geology instructor Dr. Joshua Spinler talks about what Hollywood gets "right and wrong" in its disaster movies.

    • 11:00 am

      Clinton School

      President Trump's First 100 Days

      Arkansas Senator Tom Cotton talks about Congress and the White House and the first three months of the Republican policies.

    • 12:00 pm

      The Folklorist

      Nikola Tesla

      The Folklorist looks at the inventions of Nikola Tesla

    • 12:30 pm

      UALR TV Presents

      Breaking Down the Walls - The Inside/Out Program at UALR

      This documentary takes you inside the Wrightsville Prison in Arkansas to experience the "Inside/Out" classroom where UALR Criminal Justice students and prisoners learn about the justice system.

    • 01:00 pm

      DW News (Live)

      Daily News Program

    • 02:00 pm

      On Campus

      Money Matters

      Stephanie Rulli talks about the financial decision we make and the importance of setting realistic goals.

    • 03:00 pm

      Classic Arts Showcase

      Music, Visual Arts and Film Shorts

    • 04:00 pm

      Center Stage

      UALR Faculty Concert 2009- Andy Wen and Naoki Hakutani

      Saxophonist Andy Wen and pianist Naoki Hakutani perform Prelude, Cadence et Finale by Alfred Desencios, Sabre Dance from Gayaneh by Aram Khachaturyan and other sonatas and concertos.

    • 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.

    • 06:00 pm

      On Campus

      Roux Printmaking

      A printmaking panel discussion on the handmade art of storytelling through printmaking.

    • 07:00 pm

      Clinton School

      President Trump's First 100 Days

      Arkansas Senator Tom Cotton talks about Congress and the White House and the first three months of the Republican policies.

    • 08:00 pm

      The Folklorist

      Nikola Tesla

      The Folklorist looks at the inventions of Nikola Tesla

    • 08:30 pm

      UALR TV Presents

      Breaking Down the Walls - The Inside/Out Program at UALR

      This documentary takes you inside the Wrightsville Prison in Arkansas to experience the "Inside/Out" classroom where UALR Criminal Justice students and prisoners learn about the justice system.

    • 09:00 pm

      Clinton School

      The Need to Iterate Education

      Jamie Casap is the Global Education Evangelist at Google. Google seeks to transform education by harnessing the power and potential of technology in the classroom.

    • 10:00 pm

      On Campus

      Money Matters

      Stephanie Rulli talks about the financial decision we make and the importance of setting realistic goals.

    • 11:00 pm

      Classic Arts Showcase

      Music, Visual Arts and Film Shorts

    Friday21
    • 03:00 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.

    • 03:30 am

      Inside Art

      Art Restoration

      UALR Gallery Director Brad Cushman shows us how some of the outdoor art on the UALR campus was restored.

    • 04:00 am

      Evenings With History

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

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

    • 05:00 am

      Center Stage

      UALR Student Recital

      UALR student Johnathan Pennington presents his Senior Recital Jazz Piano, performed in 2009.

    • 06:00 am

      On Campus

      Southern Rock's Influence on Britain

      Brian Ward is a British professor of American Studies. He discusses some of the reasons for the unlikely popularity of bands such as the Allman Brothers, Black Oak Arkansas and Lynyrd Skynyrd.

    • 07:00 am

      Classic Arts Showcase

      Music, Visual Arts and Film Shorts

    • 08:00 am

      Clinton School

      President Trump's First 100 Days

      Arkansas Senator Tom Cotton talks about Congress and the White House and the first three months of the Republican policies.

    • 09:00 am

      DW Focus on Europe

      Kurds resistance

      Surfing in Siberia

    • 09:30 am

      DW Tomorrow Today The Science Magazine

      Starve a Cold?

      What to eat or not eat if you are sick

    • 10:00 am

      Today's Garden

      Today's Garden with Janet Carson

    • 11:15 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.

    • 12:00 pm

      Evenings With History

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

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

    • 01:00 pm

      DW Euromaxx Highlights

      Street Art in Berlin

      Also Asparagus fans

    • 01:30 pm

      DW Global 3000 -The Globalization Program

      W20 Summit

      The initiative aims to promote women’s economic empowerment

    • 02:00 pm

      On Campus

      Southern Rock's Influence on Britain

      Brian Ward is a British professor of American Studies. He discusses some of the reasons for the unlikely popularity of bands such as the Allman Brothers, Black Oak Arkansas and Lynyrd Skynyrd.

    • 03:00 pm

      Classic Arts Showcase

      Music, Visual Arts and Film Shorts

    • 04:00 pm

      Clinton School

      President Trump's First 100 Days

      Arkansas Senator Tom Cotton talks about Congress and the White House and the first three months of the Republican policies.

    • 05:00 pm

      The Folklorist

      D.C. Tornado of 1812 and more

      Includes Robinson Crusoe's of Wake Island, Thomas Edison and the Trojan Horse.

    • 05:30 pm

      EARTHtalk!

      The San Andreas Fault: Hollywood's Natural Playground

      UALR geology instructor Dr. Joshua Spinler talks about what Hollywood gets "right and wrong" in its disaster movies.

    • 06:45 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.

    • 07:30 pm

      Inside Art

      Art Restoration

      UALR Gallery Director Brad Cushman shows us how some of the outdoor art on the UALR campus was restored.

    • 08:00 pm

      Evenings With History

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

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

    • 09:00 pm

      Center Stage

      UALR Student Recital

      UALR student Johnathan Pennington presents his Senior Recital Jazz Piano, performed in 2009.

    • 10:00 pm

      On Campus

      Southern Rock's Influence on Britain

      Brian Ward is a British professor of American Studies. He discusses some of the reasons for the unlikely popularity of bands such as the Allman Brothers, Black Oak Arkansas and Lynyrd Skynyrd.

    • 11:00 pm

      Classic Arts Showcase

      Music, Visual Arts and Film Shorts

    Saturday22
    • 03:00 am

      Center Stage

      Dido and Aeneas - balletic interpretation

      The UALR Concert Choir and the dancers of the Arkansas Festival Ballet present this interpretation of Henry Purcell's English opera, Dido and Aeneas.

    • 04:00 am

      Clinton School

      President Trump's First 100 Days

      Arkansas Senator Tom Cotton talks about Congress and the White House and the first three months of the Republican policies.

    • 05:00 am

      Clinton School

      Defining Moments: Historic Decisions by Arkansas Governors

      Robert L. Brown examines governors McMath through Huckabee and their pivotal moments in Arkansas history.

    • 05:30 am

      On Campus

      Moustafa Bayoumi - The Muslim American Life

      Moustafa Bayoumi is a critically acclaimed author with American Book Awards, and articles in the New York Times, the Guardian, and The Chronicle of Higher Education.

    • 06:30 am

      Today's Garden

      Today's Garden with Janet Carson

    • 07:00 am

      Classic Arts Showcase

      Music, Visual Arts and Film Shorts

    • 08:00 am

      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.

    • 09:00 am

      DW Euromaxx Highlights

      Street Art in Berlin

      Also Asparagus fans

    • 09:30 am

      DW Global 3000 -The Globalization Program

      W20 Summit

      The initiative aims to promote women’s economic empowerment

    • 10:00 am

      Evenings With History

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

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

    • 10:30 am

      Center Stage

      Dido and Aeneas - balletic interpretation

      The UALR Concert Choir and the dancers of the Arkansas Festival Ballet present this interpretation of Henry Purcell's English opera, Dido and Aeneas.

    • 11:30 am

      Clinton School

      President Trump's First 100 Days

      Arkansas Senator Tom Cotton talks about Congress and the White House and the first three months of the Republican policies.

    • 12:30 pm

      Clinton School

      Defining Moments: Historic Decisions by Arkansas Governors

      Robert L. Brown examines governors McMath through Huckabee and their pivotal moments in Arkansas history.

    • 01:00 pm

      DW Focus on Europe

      Kurds resistance

      Surfing in Siberia

    • 01:30 pm

      DW Tomorrow Today The Science Magazine

      Starve a Cold?

      What to eat or not eat if you are sick

    • 02:00 pm

      On Campus

      Moustafa Bayoumi - The Muslim American Life

      Moustafa Bayoumi is a critically acclaimed author with American Book Awards, and articles in the New York Times, the Guardian, and The Chronicle of Higher Education.

    • 03:00 pm

      Classic Arts Showcase

      Music, Visual Arts and Film Shorts

    • 04:00 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.

    • 05:00 pm

      Center Stage

      In Journey Together, The UALR Concert Choir Winter Concert

      This is a program of sacred and secular music composed by contemporary composers from around the world.

    • 06:00 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.

    • 07:00 pm

      Center Stage

      Dido and Aeneas - balletic interpretation

      The UALR Concert Choir and the dancers of the Arkansas Festival Ballet present this interpretation of Henry Purcell's English opera, Dido and Aeneas.

    • 08:00 pm

      Clinton School

      President Trump's First 100 Days

      Arkansas Senator Tom Cotton talks about Congress and the White House and the first three months of the Republican policies.

    • 09:00 pm

      Clinton School

      Defining Moments: Historic Decisions by Arkansas Governors

      Robert L. Brown examines governors McMath through Huckabee and their pivotal moments in Arkansas history.

    • 09:30 pm

      On Campus

      Moustafa Bayoumi - The Muslim American Life

      Moustafa Bayoumi is a critically acclaimed author with American Book Awards, and articles in the New York Times, the Guardian, and The Chronicle of Higher Education.

    • 10:30 pm

      Today's Garden

      Today's Garden with Janet Carson

    • 11:00 pm

      Classic Arts Showcase

      Music, Visual Arts and Film Shorts

    Sunday23
    • 03:00 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.

    • 03:45 am

      Center Stage

      UALR Fall Guitar Ensemble Fall 2011

      The UALR 2011 fall concert

    • 05:00 am

      Clinton School

      President Trump's First 100 Days

      Arkansas Senator Tom Cotton talks about Congress and the White House and the first three months of the Republican policies.

    • 06:00 am

      Center Stage

      The Music of Robert Boury

      UALR faculty composer Robert Boury's music is celebrated

    • 07:00 am

      Classic Arts Showcase

      Music, Visual Arts and Film Shorts

    • 08:00 am

      Clinton School

      Racial Healing and Equity in the American South

      Manuel Pastor is a professor of American Studies and Ethnicity at University of Southern California.

    • 09:00 am

      DW News (Live)

      Daily News Program

    • 11:00 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.

    • 11:45 am

      Center Stage

      UALR Fall Guitar Ensemble Fall 2011

      The UALR 2011 fall concert

    • 01:00 pm

      DW News (Live)

      Daily News Program

    • 02:00 pm

      Clinton School

      President Trump's First 100 Days

      Arkansas Senator Tom Cotton talks about Congress and the White House and the first three months of the Republican policies.

    • 03:00 pm

      Classic Arts Showcase

      Music, Visual Arts and Film Shorts

    • 04:00 pm

      Clinton School

      Racial Healing and Equity in the American South

      Manuel Pastor is a professor of American Studies and Ethnicity at University of Southern California.

    • 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.

    • 06:00 pm

      Evenings With History

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

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

    • 07:00 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.

    • 07:45 pm

      Center Stage

      UALR Fall Guitar Ensemble Fall 2011

      The UALR 2011 fall concert

    • 09:00 pm

      Clinton School

      President Trump's First 100 Days

      Arkansas Senator Tom Cotton talks about Congress and the White House and the first three months of the Republican policies.

    • 10:00 pm

      Center Stage

      The Music of Robert Boury

      UALR faculty composer Robert Boury's music is celebrated

    • 11:00 pm

      Classic Arts Showcase

      Music, Visual Arts and Film Shorts

    Monday24