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Chamber recital to feature violin and piano duo Sept. 19

UALR’s Department of Music and Professor of Music Linda Holzer will present a chamber music recital at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Sept. 19. Read more »

UALR’s engineering programs make annual U.S. News & World Report list

U.S. News & World Report listed the University of Arkansas at Little Rock among the top undergraduate engineering programs for 2015. Read more »

New traffic enforcement group to crack down on distracted driving

According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), 10 percent of all drivers under age 20 involved in fatal crashes were distracted at the time. Read more »

Community Connection Center open house set for Oct. 2

The UALR Community Connection Center, a new outreach office for campus and community partnerships, will hold an open house from 1 to 3 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 2, in the University Plaza, Suite 1100. Read more »

Dr. Anson nominated for prestigious Criticos Prize

Dr. Edward M. Anson, professor of history at UALR, has been nominated for the Criticos Prize for his 2013 book, Alexander the Great: Themes and Issues. Read more »

Student Services Center featured on international architecture website

Architizer, an international website profiling architecture firms and projects around the globe, recently featured UALR’s Charles W. Donaldson Student Services Center on its homepage and social media feeds. Read more »

Driskill’s work published in top research journal

The Journal of Applied Communication Studies recently published an article by Dr. Gerald Driskill, UALR professor of speech communication, exploring a 2007 community forum in response to racial tensions in Little Rock. Read more »

UALR exhibit highlights Italian architect’s work

Several lectures are planned in conjunction with the UALR Department of Art’s fall exhibit, “Piranesi and Perspectives of Rome,” which recently opened and features etchings by Giovanni Battista Piranesi, an 18th-century Italian architectural designer and artist. Read more »

Little Rock police officers training for bicycle patrol

Shortly after the University of Arkansas at Little Rock’s Department of Public Safety reintroduced bicycle patrols last fall, Lt. Johnny Smith, alongside his bike, became a visible presence in and around the campus. Read more »

Professor celebrates 55 years at UALR

How do you express the proper gratitude to someone who has served UALR students for 55 years? Do you sing them a song? Tell them how awesome they are, or both? The campus community would like to celebrate faculty member, Dr. James (Jim) Fulmer, associate professor in the UALR Math Department. Read more »