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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 »

Howell and Webre named to development posts

Bob Denman, vice chancellor for university advancement and interim athletic director at UALR, has announced two appointments in the UALR Office of Alumni and Development, Sheena Howell and Lloyd Webre. Read more »

Couple overcomes grief, reaches graduation through teamwork

There are few things harder to imagine as a parent than the prospect of losing a child. Read more »

Archivist’s book speaks to effect of Confederate’s attitudes on slavery

The first book of an archivist at the UALR Center for Arkansas History and Culture’s explores Confederate soldiers attitudes on slavery and its long-term effects on military policy and decision making in the south.

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Theatrical lighting designer honored with memorial celebration, Dec. 17

UALR is honoring one of its own with a memorial celebration of the life of Warren E. Law, who spent nearly three decades designing lights for UALR productions big and small. Read more »

Crystal Bridges showcases art from Dr. J.W. Wiggins Collection

Dr. J.W. Wiggins is not only the collection manager and curator for the Sequoyah National Research Center (SNRC) at UALR, he is himself an avid collector and aficionado of contemporary Native American art. Read more »

Commencement ceremonies set for Dec. 20

More than 800 students are expected to participate in Fall Commencement ceremonies at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock Saturday, Dec. 20, at the Jack Stephens Center. Read more »

Kirk publishes book of essays on race and ethnicity in Arkansas

The George W. Donaghey Distinguished Professor of History at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock has published his latest book, an edited collection of essays, titled Race and Ethnicity in Arkansas: New Perspectives. Read more »

Professor receives support for sustainable energy research

The Arkansas Science and Technology Authority is providing more than $46,500 in grant funding to a University of Arkansas at Little Rock professor of physics who hopes to improve on a solar cell material as a stable source of sustainable energy. Read more »

Student org launches fight song lyric competition

The Student Government Association (SGA) at UALR is hosting a fight song lyric competition through January 2015 to promote camaraderie and school spirit. Read more »