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Bailey Alumni & Friends Center reopens Aug. 1

After a summer filled with renovations and updates that include new carpeting, air conditioning, and workstations to accommodate the entire alumni and development staff, the Bailey Alumni and Friends Center at UALR will officially reopen Friday, Aug. 1. Read more »

UALR Bookstore invites shoppers to shop tax free this weekend

The University of Arkansas at Little Rock Bookstore reminds students that the upcoming tax-free weekend is a great time to do some back-to-school shopping. Read more »

New college names Wright director of development

Annie Wright has been named director of development and external affairs for the new College of Social Sciences and Communication at UALR. Read more »

Law Review transitions to online publication

The University of Arkansas at Little Rock Law Review has officially gone green. Read more »

Donaldson Student Services Center receives national design recognition

UALR was recently recognized in a national design competition by the Brick Industry Association, which honors the best in clay brick design across North America each year. Read more »

Fourth annual kids triathlon scheduled at UALR campus

The Fourth Annual Miracle Chasers Kids Triathlon, benefiting Arkansas Children’ s Hospital, will take place at 8 a.m. Saturday, July 26, on the University of Arkansas at Little Rock campus. Read more »

New exhibit celebrates 100 years of Arkansas Homemakers

A new exhibition, Arkansas Homemakers, recently opened during Second Friday Art Night and will be displayed through Sept. 27 at the UALR Arkansas Studies Institute in the Butler Center underground gallery. Read more »

Student-athlete named to NABC Honors Court

UALR senior Gus Leeper has been named to the 2013-14 National Association of Basketball Coaches Honors Court for his academic achievements. Read more »

Biology major covered-up in tropical ant adventure this summer

Got ants?

One University of Arkansas at Little Rock student is covered in them this summer, working as a field assistant on Barro Colorado Island, located on the man-made Gatun Lake in the middle of the Panama Canal. Read more »

Solar ovens may stimulate student appetite for STEM

For teachers concerned about lagging student enthusiasm for STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) fields, perhaps the way to their brains is through their bellies. Read more »