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AT&T Campus Brand Challenge winners

A team of students from UALR are national champions following their winning presentation in a branding competition at the AT&T World Headquarters. Read more »

Doctoral student presents research at Harvard University

A doctoral student in information science at UALR presented research at Harvard University this week that indicates, among other things, privacy policies published by most businesses are not consumer-friendly. Read more »

SUPER Scholars application period open

The application period for the annual SUPER (Summer Undergraduate Program of Entrepreneurship and Research) Scholars is now open at UALR. Read more »

January brings ‘The Penland Experience’ to art galleries

A new exhibit called “The Penland Experience” is opening in Gallery I of the Fine Arts Building at UALR on Thursday, Jan. 15, 2015. Read more »

G​rant fund​s ​research into nanomaterials ​effect on​ bioenergy crop yields

​The Arkansas Science and Technology Authority has approved grant funding for a UALR biology professor who says nanomaterials could increase the germination rate and biomass yield of bioenergy crops. Read more »

Two-time graduate, former foster child, says ‘American Dream’ exists

Sedella White, who will be graduating with a second bachelor’s degree from UALR on Dec. 20, values education in a profoundly different way than many of her peers. Read more »

Ph.D. candidate uses data ‘as a flashlight, not a hammer’

As the new assistant commissioner of research and technology and chief information officer at the Arkansas Department of Education, Cody Decker has spent close to a year repeating this mantra: “Use data as a flashlight, not as a hammer.” Read more »

UALR graduate embraces philanthropy through engineering

Philip Persson wants to use the skills he learned at UALR to improve harsh living conditions like the ones he saw growing up in Turkey. His father was an English teacher there, and he worked to build a school and a church during his free time. Read more »

Begic named to All-Region team

After the best season in UALR volleyball history, senior Edina Begic was recently named to the American Volleyball Coaches Association’s Division I All-Region Team and UALR Volleyball Head Coach Van Compton was named the Division I Southwest Region Coach of the Year. Read more »

From paramedic to pediatric nurse, North Dakota native realizes dream

Nearly five years ago, UALR senior and North Dakota native Joy Johnson set her sights on Little Rock. She had some family and a few friends in the area and was ready for a change. Read more »