Isabel Ward visits Gullfoss Falls and Nature Reserve in Iceland.

UA Little Rock Student Has Incredible Study Abroad Experience in Iceland

A UA Little Rock student who had previously never traveled outside the country had a once-in-a-lifetime experience studying abroad in Iceland over the summer. Continue reading “UA Little Rock Student Has Incredible Study Abroad Experience in Iceland”

Dr. Rebecca Glazier leads a group of students in the Islam and Migration in Contemporary and Historical Spain course on a study abroad trip in Spain.

UA Little Rock Students Have Chance to Study Abroad in Spain This Summer

Undergraduate and graduate students at UA Little Rock are invited to apply for a faculty-led study abroad course this summer in Spain.  Continue reading “UA Little Rock Students Have Chance to Study Abroad in Spain This Summer”

Dr. Rebecca Glazier leads a group of students in the Islam and Migration in Contemporary and Historical Spain course on a study abroad trip in Spain.

UA Little Rock Students, Community Members to Discuss Study Abroad Trip to Spain and Religious Tolerance Efforts in Aug. 31 Panel

The University of Arkansas at Little Rock will host a free community panel where students will share their experiences studying abroad in Spain and prominent community members will discuss efforts to promote religious tolerance in Arkansas and their experiences with prejudice.  Continue reading “UA Little Rock Students, Community Members to Discuss Study Abroad Trip to Spain and Religious Tolerance Efforts in Aug. 31 Panel”

Dr. Rebecca Glazier on a city wall in the old city of Misfah.

UA Little Rock Professor Travels to Oman to Study Middle Eastern Food Security and Environmental Sustainability

Dr. Rebecca Glazier, a professor in the School of Public Affairs at UA Little Rock, spent two weeks in January studying food security and environmental sustainability in Oman, a small county on the southeastern coast of the Arabian Peninsula. Continue reading “UA Little Rock Professor Travels to Oman to Study Middle Eastern Food Security and Environmental Sustainability”

Arc de Triomphe

UA Little Rock to offer French politics course with option to study in Paris

The University of Arkansas at Little Rock is offering a new course on French politics, led by Dr. Christopher Williams of the School of Public Affairs, during the fall 2020 semester with an option to study in France during the Thanksgiving break. Continue reading “UA Little Rock to offer French politics course with option to study in Paris”

Donaghey Scholar Caleb Mimms will graduate Spring 2024 with a B.A. in political science and international studies with a minor in economics. Photo by Benjamin Krain.

Graduate Student Spotlight: Caleb Mimms

Donaghey Scholar Caleb Mimms will graduate on May 11 with a B.A. in political science and international studies with a minor in economics. Continue reading “Graduate Student Spotlight: Caleb Mimms”

The 2023 Campus Campaign Steering Committee and Ambassadors meet in the Bailey Alumni Center. Photo by Ahmed Elkhattabi.

Spirit of Giving: UA Little Rock Surpasses Campus Campaign Goal

UA Little Rock employees demonstrated their generosity during 2023 by donating more than $156,000 to the university. Faculty and staff achieved a momentous victory in the 2023 Campus Campaign, surpassing the campaign goal of 30 percent participation. Continue reading “Spirit of Giving: UA Little Rock Surpasses Campus Campaign Goal”

During the summer of 2023, a group of students from the UA Little Rock School of Art and Design traveled to Paris as part of the Paris Studio Experience class.

UA Little Rock to Host Paris Studio Experience Exhibition

A group of students from the UA Little Rock School of Art and Design took a once-in-a-lifetime study abroad class to Paris this summer, and that trip is now the inspiration for an art exhibition at UA Little Rock. Continue reading “UA Little Rock to Host Paris Studio Experience Exhibition”

Isabella Miller spent this summer in Scotland, where she studied the history, mythology, and folklore of the Celtic religion.

Miller Explores Mysterious Mythology and Folklore in Scotland

A University of Arkansas at Little Rock student had a mysterious summer studying Celtic history, mythology, and folklore during a summer study abroad experience in Scotland. Continue reading “Miller Explores Mysterious Mythology and Folklore in Scotland”

Makayla Allman

UA Little Rock Graduate to Share Entertainment Skills at Happiest Place on Earth

Makayla Allman, a recent graduate of UA Little Rock, will soon be sharing her entertainment skills with the millions of people who annually visit the happiest place on Earth. Continue reading “UA Little Rock Graduate to Share Entertainment Skills at Happiest Place on Earth”