Student Government Association president Katie Zakrzewski. Photo by Ben Krain.

Women to Watch at UA Little Rock: Katie Zakrzewski

In this special series for Women’s History Month, UA Little Rock is profiling women leaders who are making a difference at the university. As president of the UA Little Rock Student Government Association and a senior, Katie Zakrzewski has a busy role representing students on campus and preparing for graduation. As SGA President, Zakrzewski takes seriously her opportunity to show appreciation for UA Little Rock through serving the campus community. Continue reading “Women to Watch at UA Little Rock: Katie Zakrzewski”

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UA Little Rock Wind Ensemble to hold spring concert March 10

The University of Arkansas at Little Rock Wind Ensemble will host a special concert Tuesday, March 10 that features music composed in memory of violent tragedy. Continue reading “UA Little Rock Wind Ensemble to hold spring concert March 10”

UA Little Rock students, faculty, and staff fill ready-to-cook meal bags during a Feed-the-Funnel philanthropy event facilitated by The Pack Shack hunger relief charity. Participants made 10,000 meals which will be donated to the Trojan Food Pantry. Photo by Ben Krain.

UA Little Rock campus community supports families in need during Homecoming celebrations

The University of Arkansas at Little Rock campus community celebrated Homecoming Week by packing 10,128 meals to help families in need on Tuesday, Feb. 25. The event was facilitated by The Pack Shack, a non-profit dedicated to community service projects that fight hunger. Continue reading “UA Little Rock campus community supports families in need during Homecoming celebrations”

Teams of students in grades 3-8 prepare their robots to compete in the filed challenge in the VEX IQ Advanced Robotics Camp. Photo by Ben Krain.

Robotics summer camps to offer Arkansas students hands-on experience, open path into field

The University of Arkansas at Little Rock will host robotics summer camps from June 8-26 for students entering grades 3 through 12. Registration is $180 and includes a t-shirt and snacks. Continue reading “Robotics summer camps to offer Arkansas students hands-on experience, open path into field”