Regina Wade-Carter

Women to Watch at UA Little Rock: Regina Wade-Carter

In this special series for Women’s History Month, UA Little Rock is profiling women leaders who are making a difference at the university. Regina Wade-Carter has the university’s safety as her top priority. She serves as UA Little Rock’s associate vice chancellor of public safety and chief of police. Continue reading “Women to Watch at UA Little Rock: Regina Wade-Carter”

Dr. Ann Bain. Photo by Ben Krain.

Women to Watch at UA Little Rock: Ann Bain

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 UA Little Rock’s provost and vice chancellor of academic affairs, Dr. Ann Bain serves as the university’s second in command. Continue reading “Women to Watch at UA Little Rock: Ann Bain”

Antwanette Smith. Photo by Ben Krain.

Business student gives back through internship at Junior Achievement of Arkansas

A promise to her older sister prompted a return to college after 20 years in the workforce, but now Antwanette Smith is giving back to the community through an internship with Junior Achievement (JA) of Arkansas. Continue reading “Business student gives back through internship at Junior Achievement of Arkansas”

Amanda Nolen. Photo by Ben Krain.

Women to Watch at UA Little Rock: Amanda Nolen

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 UA Little Rock’s Faculty Senate and University Assembly, Amanda Nolen leads a busy life running UA Little Rock’s shared governing bodies and teaching in the College of Education and Health Professions. Continue reading “Women to Watch at UA Little Rock: Amanda Nolen”

Photo of students visiting the historic timeline exhibit at Robinson Auditorium

UA Little Rock honored for exhibit preserving history of Robinson Center

The University of Arkansas at Little Rock Center for Arkansas History and Culture has been recognized for its efforts to showcase the history of the Robinson Center. Continue reading “UA Little Rock honored for exhibit preserving history of Robinson Center”

Dr. Brian Mitchell

Historic marker to be placed at Little Rock National Cemetery to honor Elaine 12 member Frank Moore

Brian Mitchell, assistant professor of history at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock who has conducted extensive research on the Elaine Massacre, has long waited for the day when Frank Moore, a member of the Elaine 12, would be honored with a historic marker at his final resting place.  Continue reading “Historic marker to be placed at Little Rock National Cemetery to honor Elaine 12 member Frank Moore”

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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”