The UA Little Rock Leadership Lecture Series continues at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 22, via Zoom with a talk highlighting the importance of communication when working with donors. Continue reading “UA Little Rock Leadership Lecture Series Continues with Alumna Melissa Stiles on Feb. 22”
The 2021-22 Department of Applied Communication Leadership Lecture Series will kick off with a Sept. 28 lecture on how to have civil conversations during divided political times.
Two Arkansas State University professors will discuss awareness of public health campaigns in the next UA Little Rock Leadership Lecture Series on Monday, Feb. 22. Continue reading “Next Leadership Lecture Series Discusses Public Health Campaigns”
A University of Arkansas at Little Rock alumnus and artist will discuss how hip hop studies and popular culture are used to analyze communicative acts and lived experience during a lecture Thursday, Feb. 20. Continue reading “Hip Hop artist and scholar to speak at Applied Communication Leadership Lecture Series”
UA Little Rock Downtown will host a lecture Oct. 17 on the use of citizen involvement in shaping policies and processes that affect everyday life and are paramount to a vibrant democracy. Continue reading “Leadership Lecture to highlight methods for assessing community readiness for action, communication with diverse stakeholders”
The University of Arkansas at Little Rock Department of Applied Communication will continue its third annual Leadership Lecture Series at 7 p.m. on Thursday, Nov. 1. in the Donaghey Student Center, Ledbetter A. Continue reading “Leadership Lecture Series continues Nov. 1”