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University of Arkansas at Little Rock


‘Trojan Transformation’ orientation sessions scheduled for spring and summer

UALR’s Office of Campus Life welcomes new Trojans to campus this spring and summer through several scheduled orientation sessions. Read more »

Engineering design team secures first-place win, headed to international competition

A mechanical engineering design team from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock recently secured a first-place win at the Student Professional Development Conference. Read more »

MPA student receives national scholarship

A UALR graduate student has received a scholarship from the Little Rock chapter of the National Forum for Black Public Administrators, an organization dedicated to the advancement of black public leadership in local and state government. Read more »

Class, opportunity discussed in annual forum on racial attitudes

State Sen. Joyce Elliott moderated a panel of civic leaders who discussed survey findings on what socio-economic status and opportunity means to central Arkansas residents during the 11th Annual Racial Attitudes Forum hosted by the UALR Institute on Race and Ethnicity. Read more »

From demographics to drive times: students conduct market research

UALR’s Arkansas Small Business and Technology Development Center uses cutting-edge research tools to help clients make informed business decisions — tools often wielded by the capable hands of the center’s graduate assistants. Read more »

Documentary highlights plight of disabled Ugandan children

The Nonprofit Leadership Student Association at UALR is hosting two documentary screenings to highlight Ugandan families and individuals affected by disability. Read more »

Faculty to present racial justice research April 29

The Institute on Race and Ethnicity at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock will hold its first research colloquium at noon Tuesday, April 29, in the Leadership Lounge in the Donaghey Student Center.

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Student lands prestigious national science fellowship

Mackie O’Hara, a senior Donaghey Scholar at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock, has been named a National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellow. Read more »

In Memoriam: Dr. Robert T. Swindell

Dr. Robert T. Swindell, professor of chemistry at UALR from 1992 to 2007, passed away at age 76 on Friday, April 11, after battling cancer. Read more »

Alumna receives notable mention in ‘Best American Essays’

A University of Arkansas at Little Rock alumna has received a notable mention in “The Best American Essays of 2013″ with her essay “We Scar, We Heal, We Rise.” Read more »