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Team qualifies for next phase of Collegiate Cyber Defense Competition

A team of UALR students has qualified as regional finalists in the 2015 Southwest Collegiate Cyber Defense Competition to be held in March in Texas. Read more »

Private scholarship deadline is March 2

The deadline for private scholarships is approaching. The last day to submit an application is Monday, March 2. Read more »

Five-time Grammy winner delights, educates

On Feb. 10, five-time Grammy award-winning jazz bassist Victor Wooten shared not only his astounding talent, but also his philosophical leanings during a captivating performance/lecture at UALR titled “Music, Creativity, and Learning.” Read more »

Reception and reading by poet Laure-Anne Bosselaar, Feb. 12

Award-winning poet Laure-Anne Bosselaar will give a reading Thursday at UALR. Read more »

UALR’s online graduate counseling program ranked fourth overall

The 2015 ranking of the top schools for online graduate counseling degrees has been published, and UALR ranks fourth in the nation, according to a list published by bestmastersprograms.org. Read more »

Faculty shares expertise in article on play therapy

Heather Chapman Henry, field trainer at UALR’s MidSOUTH, recently contributed to an article on play therapy for Savvy, a local magazine based in Little Rock. Read more »

History professor contributes story on African-American enfranchisement

Dr. John Kirk, George W. Donaghey Distinguished Professor of History and Department Chair, was recently published in the Arkansas Times in recognition of Black History Month and the 50th anniversary of the Voting Rights Act of 1956. Read more »

Partnership brings nutrition education service project to schools

UALR’s College of Education and Health Professions is partnering with the Little Rock mayor’s office to deliver a six-week, nutrition and educational service project in Little Rock Public Schools. Read more »

Celebrate Pink Game Night with survivors

According to the American Cancer Society, nearly 40,000 women in the U.S. who battled breast cancer were expected to die from it in 2013, the latest year for which statistics are available. Only lung cancer outpaces its fatality rates among women. Read more »

Alumna named ‘Employee of the Year’ at engineering firm

UALR alumna Jessi Jeffries was recently designated the 2014 Employee of the Year at TME, a full-service engineering firm focused on the healthcare, higher education, and commercial sectors. Read more »