Children react as teacher April Blackburn combines baking soda with Coke

Registration open for gifted and talented youth summer SLUFY program

The Summer Laureate University for Youth (SLUFY) program is accepting applications for this year’s educational event for high-ability students in kindergarten through sixth grade. This summer’s camp is set to run 12:30 p.m. until 5:30 p.m. daily from July 13-24. Continue reading “Registration open for gifted and talented youth summer SLUFY program”

Drs. Jeffrey Gaffney and Nancy Marley are enjoying their retirement from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock, but the couple does not see retirement as an excuse to remain idle when they still have important academic lessons to share.

Retired husband-and-wife professors publish second chemistry textbook

Drs. Jeffrey Gaffney and Nancy Marley are enjoying their retirement from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock, but the couple does not see retirement as an excuse to remain idle when they still have important academic lessons to share. Continue reading “Retired husband-and-wife professors publish second chemistry textbook”

Hip Hop artist and scholar to speak at Applied Communication Leadership Lecture Series

A University of Arkansas at Little Rock alumnus and artist will discuss how hip hop studies and popular culture are used to analyze communicative acts and lived experience during a lecture Thursday, Feb. 20. Continue reading “Hip Hop artist and scholar to speak at Applied Communication Leadership Lecture Series”

Head Start student Collin Talbert has his first dental visit at Future Smiles Dental Clinic.

Future Smiles Dental Clinic receives $30,000 grant from Delta Dental

The University of Arkansas at Little Rock Children International will help many children in the central Arkansas area keep a bright and healthy smile, thanks to a $30,000 grant from Delta Dental of Arkansas Foundation. Continue reading “Future Smiles Dental Clinic receives $30,000 grant from Delta Dental”

Professor Robert Steinbuch

Bowen professor appointed chair of Commission on Civil Rights Committee

Robert Steinbuch, a law professor at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock William H. Bowen School of Law, will serve as chair of the Arkansas Advisory Committee of a federal organization dedicated to advancing civil rights through investigation, research, and analysis. Continue reading “Bowen professor appointed chair of Commission on Civil Rights Committee”

UA Little Rock, EACC offers 2+2 social work program

The University of Arkansas at Little Rock and East Arkansas Community College are teaming up to provide undergraduate students with an easy path to earn a Bachelor of Social Work at UA Little Rock. Continue reading “UA Little Rock, EACC offers 2+2 social work program”

Photograph by Gwynedalynn Kudabeck

UA Little Rock Downtown to celebrate student photography at 2nd Friday Art Night

The University of Arkansas at Little Rock Downtown Center, at 333 President Clinton Ave., will host a free exhibit of photographs by photography students on Friday, Feb. 14. Continue reading “UA Little Rock Downtown to celebrate student photography at 2nd Friday Art Night”