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Taste of Little Rock to honor Dickinson April 3

UALR’s Alumni Association will celebrate its 11th annual Taste of Little Rock from 6 to 8 p.m. this Thursday, April 3, at the UALR Bailey Alumni and Friends Center in honor of Haskell Dickinson II. Read more »

Career Closet Clothing Drive starts April 1

Goodwill representatives will be on campus in April during the annual Women’s Career Closet Clothing Drive. Read more »

Trojan Trolley to expand route

The University of Arkansas at Little Rock recently announced innovative changes to the Trojan Trolley system that will greatly benefit students taking classes at the Benton campus and online.

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UALR students head to National University Model Arab League in D.C.

Nineteen UALR students will participate in the National University Model Arab League Conference, held at Georgetown University in Washington, D.C., from March 28 to 30. Read more »

Benefits-eligible employees may apply for two UALR scholarships this fall

Benefits-eligible employees who plan to enroll at UALR for the 2014-15 academic year may apply for a scholarship from the UALR Staff Senate. Read more »

Former UALR Dean of Education Jerry Robbins to be honored May 10

Former UALR Dean of Education Jerry Robbins of Ann Arbor, Mich., will receive the Outstanding Alumni Award in Education from the University of Arkansas during commencement exercises May 10, at Bud Walton Arena in Fayetteville. Read more »

Notre Dame professor to deliver talk on the Bible and Qur’an

The Notre Dame Club of Arkansas and the UALR Middle Eastern Studies will host a presentation by Dr. Gabriel Said Reynolds titled “The Bible & The Qur’an.” Read more »

Good touts post-secondary education as cornerstone during LR Rotary meeting

Dr. Mary L. Good delivered a talk to Little Rock Rotarians on Tuesday stressing the importance of quality post-secondary education to the city’s continued economic growth. Read more »

Big Six Civil Rights Leader U.S. Rep John Lewis in Little Rock April 27

Congressman John Lewis, one of America’s most iconic and prominent civil rights leaders, will be a featured author at this year’s Arkansas Literary Festival. Read more »

Economic development course attracts record enrollment

The annual Mid-South Basic Economic Development Course is attracting record enrollment this year and includes participants from as far away as Washington, D.C. Read more »