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College of Business endows over $2 million following challenge match

The College of Business announced this week the George W. Donaghey Foundation Challenge Match is complete, as more than $500,000 in cash and pledges have poured into the college from donors. Read more »

Teacher seeks online degree to help students become better readers

Jessie Grant, 33, lives and works in Nixa, Missouri, a suburb of Springfield, where she and her husband are raising their two children. Read more »

Alumnus nominated by president to serve on U.S. District Court

President Barack Obama last week nominated a University of Arkansas at Little Rock graduate as a nominee for the U.S. District Court. Read more »

Benton Center receives facelift; capital campaign goal within reach

The UALR Benton Center will begin a major facelift to the existing building and grounds this summer as its advisory board closes in on a three-year capital campaign goal of $450,000. Read more »

UALR memorializes long-time supporter, Edward Penick

Edward M. Penick Sr., 92, a long-time UALR supporter and former chairman of the UALR Board of Visitors, died Saturday, June 14. Read more »

Students complete summer internships focused on poverty

Three University of Arkansas at Little Rock students are completing eight-week summer internships on the East Coast as part of their study of poverty in the United States. Read more »

Students create winning video to highlight importance of organ donations

A video produced by students in UALR’s Office of Health Promotions, Programs and Education recently won a statewide competition sponsored by ARORA, the Arkansas Regional Organ Recovery Agency. Read more »

Students from across nation perform cyber security research at UALR

This summer, 10 scholars representing competitive colleges from across the nation are in Little Rock performing research that may prove vital to decreasing the tide of cyber attacks and increasing knowledge in the emerging field of cyber security. Read more »

2014 Civil Rights Heritage Trail honorees are announced

For the fourth year, the University of Arkansas at Little Rock Institute on Race and Ethnicity will honor individuals who have been integral to civil rights in the state by honoring them with bronze commemorative plaques on the Arkansas Civil Rights Heritage Trail in the heart of downtown Little Rock. Read more »

Bank of America gives $20,000 to UALR summer academy

For the second year, the Bank of America Charitable Foundation is providing $20,000 for the Dr. Charles W. Donaldson Summer Bridge Academy. Read more »