A University of Arkansas at Little Rock student has received a National Gilman Scholarship to help fulfill his dream of studying abroad.
A University of Arkansas at Little Rock student is the recipient of a scholarship from the Southwest Association of Rail Shippers.
In 2005, Leah and Eric Rucker were displaced by Hurricane Katrina and moved to Arkansas with many other evacuees. Despite leaving the city they love, the two focused on finishing their education before moving back.
Now married, Leah and Eric graduated from the nursing program at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock in 2007 and work in the healthcare industry in New Orleans.
A new interdisciplinary course at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock will explore how theatre and performance can be used to address social problems by studying the work of Latino artist-activists from the United States.
For 13 years, Dr. Carl Stapleton has been overseeing the Mosquito Surveillance and Control Program, which he started with the help of student workers.
Wanting to show his fellow students the opportunities available in small-town law practice, University of Arkansas at Little Rock William H. Bowen School of Law student James Weeks founded the society in spring 2015. Continue reading “Bowen law society focuses on expanding rural justice”
In recognition of the cutting-edge and comprehensive professionalism curriculum at the UALR William H. Bowen School of Law, the American Bar Association has named Bowen a recipient of the 2016 E. Smythe Gambrell Professionalism Award.
Miguel Lopez wakes up every day and looks forward to his new job, knowing he is helping to save lives.
Lopez, a Little Rock native, has been working with a non-profit organization, Arkansas Regional Organ Recovery Agency, since December. He travels around the state as a communications specialist who educates the public about organ, eye, and tissue donation.
U.S. News and World Report has ranked the University of Arkansas at Little Rock William H. Bowen School of Law ninth in the nation for having the highest yield rate of accepted students who enroll at the law school.
A new internship program for Spanish majors at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock is providing a unique community service opportunity for nonprofit organizations that serve the Arkansas Hispanic community.