University of Arkansas at Little Rock

Applied Communication Department to host alumni reunion, awards ceremony, and leadership lecture April 19

The University of Arkansas at Little Rock Department of Applied Communication will host its first alumni reunion and awards ceremony in conjunction with its final leadership lecture for 2017-18 on Thursday, April 19. Continue reading “Applied Communication Department to host alumni reunion, awards ceremony, and leadership lecture April 19”

Student Services Center

Signature Experience Award to fund student’s travel to conference in Philadelphia

Thanks to her Signature Experience Award, Nicole Ursin, a junior double majoring in history and anthropology, will present her research at the Society for Applied Anthropology Conference in Philadelphia, April 3-7. Continue reading “Signature Experience Award to fund student’s travel to conference in Philadelphia”

Rebecca Bishop, Donaghey Scholar, Student Experience Award recipient

Signature Experience Award takes student to the Bahamas

Rebecca Bishop, a Donaghey Scholar whose research interests lie in the health of diseased coral reef, will use her Signature Experience Award funds this summer to travel to San Salvador, an island in the Bahamas, to collect and analyze coral reef samples at the Gerace Research Centre. Continue reading “Signature Experience Award takes student to the Bahamas”

University of Arkansas at Little Rock

UA Little Rock voice students take first prize during singing conference

Two University of Arkansas at Little Rock students won first place in their respective categories during the National Association of Teachers of Singing (NATS) 2018 spring conference. Continue reading “UA Little Rock voice students take first prize during singing conference”

Janessa Rogerson

UA Little Rock’s Janessa Rogerson to speak at ACWHE conference

Janessa Rogerson of the University of Arkansas at Little Rock will give an inspirational address during the Arkansas Council of Women in Higher Education’s (ACWHE) 29th annual conference, April 12-13. Continue reading “UA Little Rock’s Janessa Rogerson to speak at ACWHE conference”

University of Arkansas at Little Rock

History lecture to discuss women in leadership during Great Depression

When the Great Depression struck in the 1930s, hunger, unemployment, and misery swept the nation. President Franklin Roosevelt responded to the terror by establishing the New Deal, a plan that included the passing of banking reforms, emergency relief, work relief, and agricultural programs.

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Kappa Sigma House

Kappa Sigma president ranked top 5 in fundraising across the nation

Christopher Stephens, president of the University of Arkansas at Little Rock Kappa Sigma fraternity, was named by the national fraternity as the fifth highest fundraising undergraduate in the nation for his contribution during the 2018 Weekend of Giving. Continue reading “Kappa Sigma president ranked top 5 in fundraising across the nation”

Kimberly Mallett announced as Bowen Law School's Dean's Fellow of the Year for 2017.

Bowen Law School announces its Dean’s Fellow of the Year

Kimberly Mallett was recently announced as the University of Arkansas at Little Rock William H. Bowen School of Law Dean’s Fellow of the Year for 2017 during an awards ceremony on March 3. Continue reading “Bowen Law School announces its Dean’s Fellow of the Year”

University of Arkansas at Little Rock

Undergraduate Research Signature Experience Awards at work

Two University of Arkansas at Little Rock College of Business students recently put their Signature Experience grants to use and traveled to Palm Springs, California, to present their research during the Pacific Southwest Academy for Legal Studies in Business (PSWALSB) conference. Continue reading “Undergraduate Research Signature Experience Awards at work”