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University responds to tragic death of faculty member

This story was updated Wednesday, Feb. 25.

The Maumelle Police Department has closed the case of the Feb. 20 double murder-suicide that included the death of James Wilbanks, an assistant professor in the College of Business. The tragedy has reverberated among the UALR campus community.

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UALR to host 25th Annual Arkansas College Art History Symposium

This year marks the 25th Annual Arkansas College Art History Symposium, which encourages and recognizes student achievements in art history in the state. Read more »

Artspree presents award-winning guitarist Anton Baranov

Anton Baranov, guitarist and winner of the 2014-15 Guitar Foundation of America Tour Prize, will be Artspree’s third artist to perform this year. Read more »

Science Fairs coming March 10

The regional science fairs for middle and high school students that was delayed due to inclement weather is rescheduled for March. Read more »

Third annual Hoops for Kids’ Sake coming March 4

Members of the Arkansas House of Representatives will compete against the Arkansas Senate in the Hoops for Kids’ Sake, an annual legislative charity basketball game. Read more »

Student fundraiser for Alternative Spring Break volunteer trip

UALR Student Housing will be hosting its first Alternative Spring Break, a service and volunteer trip offered to all students. Read more »

Alumnus named commissioner of Arkansas Securities Department

UALR alumnus Edmond Waters was recently named as commissioner of the Arkansas Securities Department by Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson. Read more »

Annual event highlights Shakespeare and students

The 2015 Shakespeare Scene Festival will be held in UALR’s University Theater in the Center for Performing Arts on Thursday and Friday, Feb. 26 and 27. Read more »

Coursework leads to job with non-profit organization

Last fall, graduate student Joshua Miller enrolled in a non-profit management course offered through the UALR Institute of Government. The program was led by Dr. Vickie Edwards. Read more »

Students elevate STEM research at recent Capitol event

Five UALR students participated in the recent “Posters at the Capitol” event, which demonstrates to state legislators the high level of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) research students and faculty are engaged in at Arkansas universities. Read more »