George W. Donaghey College of Engineering and Information Technology
Advanced Instructor of Information and Science
Mr. Thomas Wallace is known for his exceptional teaching. He is an Advanced Instructor for the Information and Science Department and is the coordinator for the Web/Mobile Design and Development Certificate as well as the coordinator for the Information Technology Minor/Professional Certificate. In 2013, Mr. Wallace was recognized by UALR’s Academy for Teaching and Learning Excellence as their “Distinguished Teaching Fellow.”
Mr. Wallace is involved on campus as well as off. He is the faculty mentor for the Society of Computer and Information Science Students, a group for those who have an interest in technology. Wallace is also involved with numerous students working on their senior projects and their own professional solutions. He has also helped establish several programs within his department, including the Bachelor of Science in E-Commerce, the Bachelor of Arts in Internet Design and Development, and the Web/Mobile Design Certificate program. Mr. Wallace has served as the College of Engineering and Information Technology’s Technical Communication Advisor for EIT Digital Strategy since 2006. He has also been active off campus and in the community, including work with the Little Rock School District on ways to better prepare high school students who are pursuing careers in technology. He offers pro bono teaching workshops for Christ the King and St. Edward’s Catholic Schools. And, he helped organize the Two Days to Start Up event, held at UALR in November 2015.
Mr. Thomas Wallace’s degrees include a M.A. in Interpersonal and Organizational communication from UALR and a B.A. in International Studies with dual minors in Information Technology and German from UALR.