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UA Little Rock Issues Proclamation on National Day of Racial Healing 2022

The University of Arkansas at Little Rock has issued a proclamation joining the State of Arkansas in designating Jan. 18 as the National Day of Racial Healing 2022. UA Little Rock will join communities and campuses across the state in celebrating a weeklong schedule of events in observance of the National Day of Racial Healing.  Continue reading “UA Little Rock Issues Proclamation on National Day of Racial Healing 2022”

Veronica and Alexander Myers

Single Mother Who Left College to Care for Autistic Son Earns Bachelor’s Degree 15 Years Later

In 2006, Veronica Tess Myers, of Little Rock, made the difficult decision to leave college to ensure her son, Alexander, got the education he deserved. Myers promised herself that she would one day return to complete her college education. Continue reading “Single Mother Who Left College to Care for Autistic Son Earns Bachelor’s Degree 15 Years Later”

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Forward Arkansas Awards UA Little Rock $100K Grant to Help Recruit and Train K-12 Teachers

The University of Arkansas at Little Rock has received a $100,000 grant to help recruit, train, and retain K-12 teachers in Arkansas. UA Little Rock is one of eight Arkansas universities selected to participate in the Forward Arkansas’s Education Preparation Program (EPP) Design Collaborative. Continue reading “Forward Arkansas Awards UA Little Rock $100K Grant to Help Recruit and Train K-12 Teachers”

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UA Little Rock Public History Graduate Spotlight on Acadia Roher

Acadia Roher is graduating this month with a master’s degree in public history from UA Little Rock. After completing her thesis, “Urban Renewal in Little Rock’s Dunbar Historic Neighborhood: A Walking Tour,” the new graduate will begin her career as a historical research associate in Maryland. Continue reading “UA Little Rock Public History Graduate Spotlight on Acadia Roher”