Charlene Fadirepo of Washington, D.C., will lead “Banking in Color: Banking for the Black Entrepreneur,” a four-session virtual boot camp hosted by the Arkansas Small Business and Technology Development Center that begins May 3. Continue reading “Financial educator and entrepreneur to lead new ‘Banking in Color’ virtual boot camp”
The University of Arkansas System was awarded a three-year $900,000 CARES Act Recovery Assistance grant from the U.S. Department of Commerce’s Economic Development Administration (EDA) to boost the state’s workforce recovery from the economic impact of COVID-19. Continue reading “UA System Awarded $900,000 Workforce Training Grant”
Daysia Klossner is a first-generation student who will graduate with a Bachelor of Science degree in construction management this month from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock. She is currently a project estimator at Baldwin & Shell construction company. Continue reading “Graduate Spotlight on Daysia Klossner”
Roza Bost will graduate on Dec. 19 with a Master of Arts in applied communication. Her goal is to work at an international nonprofit organization because of her interest in multicultural issues. Continue reading “Graduate Spotlight on Roza Bost”
Rodricka Blanks will graduate on Dec. 19 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in mass communication with an emphasis in mass media. She considers herself a “super-transfer student” because of her college journey.
In honor of First-Generation College Student Celebration Month, the University of Arkansas at Little Rock is launching a campaign to celebrate first-generation students, employees, and alumni throughout November.
Little Rock Athletics is excited to present the 12th annual SpectacUALR event benefiting Little Rock Trojan student-athletes. This year’s event will be done virtually with an online auction beginning on Nov. 27 and culminating with a virtual presentation on Thursday, Dec. 3 at 7 p.m. Continue reading “Little Rock Athletics To Hold Virtual SpectacUALR 2020”
University of Arkansas at Little Rock fans wanting to get the most coverage of Little Rock Athletics have another avenue for keeping up-to-date with the most information as Little Rock’s Team has launched a new podcast. Continue reading “Little Rock Athletics Launches ‘Big Talk on Little Rock’ podcast”
Kimberly Vu-Dinh, an assistant professor at the UA Little Rock William H. Bowen School of Law and the director of the law school’s Business Innovations Legal Clinic, was recently named a finalist for Little Rock Regional Minority Mentor of the Year.
Each year, the UA Little Rock William H. Bowen School of Law Student Affairs Office selects a Student Organization of the Year. Selection is based on community involvement, on-campus engagement, and volunteerism.