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University of Arkansas at Little Rock


MidSOUTH to hold Child Abuse Conference

Registration is open for the 2014 Arkansas Conference on Child Abuse and Neglect, a conference led by MidSOUTH, the community service unit of the UALR School of Social Work. Read more »

Newest College of Business ambassadors chosen

The University of Arkansas at Little Rock College of Business has named its 2014-15 College of Business Ambassadors following a highly selective process. Read more »

Geology major studies volcanoes in Arizona

Recent news reports on the Bardarbunga volcano in Iceland have reminded many of its potentially destructive nature, but for one geology major at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock, it is a reminder that volcanoes are a fascinating object of nature worthy of respect. Read more »

Ice bucket challenge highlights research’s impact

Everyone, it seems, is getting doused with buckets of ice water these days to support the nonprofit foundation for the treatment and cure of ALS or Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis. Read more »

New Sequoyah National Research Center exhibit focuses on stereotypes

The UALR Sequoyah National Research Center (SNRC) will open the exhibit, “Toy Tipis and Totem Poles: Native American Stereotypes in the Lives of Children,” in September. Read more »

Cellitti named to post with International Medical Interpreters Association

Dr. Anarella Cellitti, an associate professor of teacher education at UALR, was recently selected as the education vice-chair for the International Medical Interpreters Association (IMIA). Read more »

Matching gift supports scholarships and Guatemalan villagers

Former UALR Vice Chancellor Bill Walker and his wife, Sherry, have “brewed” up a wonderful opportunity for scholarship funding by supporting a local coffee business that also improves the lives of Guatemalan villagers. Read more »

Brother-Sister team complete Washington Center internships

A brother and sister team at UALR recently returned from summer internships completed through The Washington Center, based in Washington, D.C. Read more »

Toastmasters at UALR reaches Distinguished Club status

The Toastmasters Club at UALR is the first in a three-state district to achieve Distinguished Club status. Read more »

Civil and Construction Engineering reaches accreditation milestone

The UALR Civil and Construction Engineering program has received accreditation from the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET). Read more »