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The Bernard Osher Foundation of San Francisco has designated UALR as the only institution in Arkansas to administer the group’s Re-Entry Scholars Program, providing scholarships for former students to complete their degrees.
It started with a goal of $75 million and launched at the start of the worst economic climate since the Great Depression. But today, UALR officials brought the institution’s first ever comprehensive fundraising campaign to a close, announcing a final tally of $103.6 million in gifts and pledges. Read more »
The following contribution is courtesy of Sarah Lindsey Harrison, manager of annual giving in the Department of Development.
We’re coming to the end of The Fund for UALR Fall Phonathon, a six-week effort conducted every year where current UALR students reach out to alumni, previous donors, and friends to ask for their support of The Fund for UALR. The Fund, UALR’s Annual Fund, provides a source of unrestricted donations that go to support the needs of students on campus.
“The UALR Phonathon has provided me with a wonderful opportunity to learn more about the university, its history, and the opportunity to talk with people who want to support it,” said junior Mikelle Moore, a business management major from Milwaukee, Wis.
“At first, it was a little intimidating, but you get into a rhythm and feed off the energy of everyone else,” said Kimberly Gulley, a junior social work major from Magnolia. “It is really great to see that the money we are raising is directly impacting the lives of students such as myself.”
Learn more about the Fund for UALR here.
Walter C. “Buddy” Coleman, whose family and farm have been neighbors of UALR since the campus was established, died Monday, Oct. 24, just days after he and his family were honored for their support for Trojan athletics. He was 83.
A deluge of rain failed to stop a ceremony Tuesday, Oct. 12, to dedicate the newest piece of the UALR campus that restores and remembers — the Trail of Tears Park on the banks of Coleman Creek.