Glenn Adamson

Adamson to serve as inaugural speaker of Windgate Distinguished Lecture Series

Renowned art historian and curator Glenn Adamson, senior scholar at the Yale Center for British Art, will serve as the inaugural speaker of the Windgate Distinguished Lecture Series at 6 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 30, in the University of Arkansas at Little Rock Windgate Center of Art and Design 101.  Continue reading “Adamson to serve as inaugural speaker of Windgate Distinguished Lecture Series”

Block, Beer & Bourbon returns Jan. 11 to Raise Funds for Public Radio

The Friends of KLRE/KUAR will host the fourth annual Block, Beer & Bourbon (and Burgundy!) event Saturday, Jan. 11, to celebrate public radio and to raise funds for UA Little Rock Public Radio’s stations, KUAR FM 89.1 and KLRE Classical 90.5.  Continue reading “Block, Beer & Bourbon returns Jan. 11 to Raise Funds for Public Radio”

William H. Bowen School of Law

Concurrent Law Students Taking on Law Clerkships in Fall Semester

Students from the UA Little Rock William H. Bowen School of Law who are pursuing concurrent degrees with the University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service are taking on clerkships, fellowships, and externships with law firms and judges this fall. Continue reading “Concurrent Law Students Taking on Law Clerkships in Fall Semester”

Mitch Gundrum

UA Little Rock student discovers passion for bookbinding

In 2018, Mitchel Gundrum, a former executive information technology support specialist living in San Francisco, was ready for a career change.  Continue reading “UA Little Rock student discovers passion for bookbinding”

Graduate student Zack Stine is doing reasearch on the of type of common language used across cultures in online religious discussions.

Stine joins HASTAC Scholar Program

A University of Arkansas at Little Rock doctoral student has been accepted into a scholar program for students who are working at the intersection of technology and the arts, humanities, and sciences.  Continue reading “Stine joins HASTAC Scholar Program”

Now a graduate of UA Little Rock’s dance performance program, Mimms has opened a nonprofit modern dance troupe to bridge her two worlds. Mimms created the Listen With Your Eyes Dance Troupe to provide more opportunities for dance performers in Arkansas and to raise awareness about deaf and hard of hearing performers.

UA Little Rock alum creates dance troupe to inspire deaf, hard of hearing dancers

While growing up as a deaf child in an adopted family with hearing parents, Brandy Mimms felt conflicted about whether she belonged in the hearing world or the deaf world.  Continue reading “UA Little Rock alum creates dance troupe to inspire deaf, hard of hearing dancers”

UA Little Rock students visit the Hassan II Mosque in Casablanca, Morocco, the largest mosque in Africa. Photo by Larry Rhodes.

UA Little Rock students get taste of life in Morocco

The 17 University of Arkansas at Little Rock students who traveled abroad to Morocco returned with lifelong friendships, cultural and leadership experience, and memories that will last a lifetime.  Continue reading “UA Little Rock students get taste of life in Morocco”

Nathan Vandiver

Vandiver named general manager of UA Little Rock Public Radio

Nathan Vandiver has been named general manager of UA Little Rock Public Radio, home of KUAR FM 89.1 and KLRE Classical 90.5.  Continue reading “Vandiver named general manager of UA Little Rock Public Radio”

Model Arab League Advisor Rebecca Glazier (middle) poses with Sydney Brazil (left) and Madison Rogers (right), who won awards at the International Model Arab League in Morocco.

UA Little Rock students win awards at International Model Arab League

Two University of Arkansas at Little Rock students took home awards for their diplomatic efforts at the International Model Arab League. Continue reading “UA Little Rock students win awards at International Model Arab League”