Sarah Whites-Koditschek and Jacob Kauffman

Two KUAR reporters say farewell

KUAR Public Radio reporters Jacob Kauffman and Sarah Whites-Koditschek are leaving the radio station to pursue other endeavors. Their last day is Friday, July 20. Continue reading “Two KUAR reporters say farewell”

Mel Chin, Wake, 2018, multimedia Courtesy Chelsea Lipman for Times Square Arts

UA Little Rock alumna lends artistic touch to NYC exhibit

Little Rock artist Sandra Sell never stops looking for new ways to collaborate on art. And that is precisely how the UA Little Rock alumna recently found herself in New York City’s Times Square helping install “Wake,”one of conceptual artist Mel Chin’s new works. Continue reading “UA Little Rock alumna lends artistic touch to NYC exhibit”

Turkish diplomat visits UA Little Rock

The Honorable Aki̇l Öktem, Consul General from Turkey, paid a goodwill visit to the University of Arkansas at Little Rock on Tuesday, July 17, visiting with the chancellor and faculty members. Continue reading “Turkish diplomat visits UA Little Rock”

UA Little Rock / Saline Health System Pathway program to address nursing shortage

Saline Health System and the University of Arkansas at Little Rock have joined forces to address the nursing shortage in Saline County by creating scholarship opportunities for more students who want to enter the field of nursing. Continue reading “UA Little Rock / Saline Health System Pathway program to address nursing shortage”

UA Little Rock exceeds fundraising goal, raises $18 million

The University of Arkansas at Little Rock finished the 2018 fiscal year with $18 million in private gift support, surpassing its annual goal and making it the third-best year in the university’s fundraising history. Continue reading “UA Little Rock exceeds fundraising goal, raises $18 million”

Fastlane events make UA Little Rock advising, registering easy

University of Arkansas at Little Rock will host four Fastlane Registration Nights to give current and returning students a fast and easy way to get ready for the fall semester. Continue reading “Fastlane events make UA Little Rock advising, registering easy”

Robert Steinbuch

Bowen Law professor appointed Vice Chair of Commission On Civil Rights Committee

Robert Steinbuch, a University of Arkansas at Little Rock law professor, will serve as vice chair of the Arkansas advisory committee of a federal organization dedicated to advancing civil rights through investigation, research, and analysis. Continue reading “Bowen Law professor appointed Vice Chair of Commission On Civil Rights Committee”

Windgate Center freshens galleries with new art, paint

New art from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock’s permanent art collection is on display in the Windgate Center for Art and Design through July 20, including three works of art donated or loaned by UA Little Rock Basketball Coach Darrell Walker and his wife Lisa. Continue reading “Windgate Center freshens galleries with new art, paint”

UA Little Rock names Decker as associate provost and chief data officer

W. Cody Decker has been named associate provost and chief data officer at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock, effective July  1. Continue reading “UA Little Rock names Decker as associate provost and chief data officer”

UA Little Rock professors receive nearly $50,000 to study corn seed proteins

Dr. Daniel Berleant and Dr. Phil Williams of the Department of Information Science at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock have received $48,167 from the USDA to study how proteins accumulate in corn seeds. The hope is that the research will ultimately lead to corn strains that produce more nutrients, specifically proteins, thus helping to better feed the world’s population. Continue reading “UA Little Rock professors receive nearly $50,000 to study corn seed proteins”