Sarah Beth Estes

Estes named new interim dean of College of Arts, Letters, and Sciences

Dr. Sarah Beth Estes has been named the new interim dean of the College of Arts, Letters, and Sciences at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock.  Continue reading “Estes named new interim dean of College of Arts, Letters, and Sciences”

Tyson Baldwin

Baldwin named director of athletic development

University of Arkansas at Little Rock Athletics has announced the addition of Tyson Baldwin as the Trojans’ director of athletic development, overseeing the fundraising efforts for Little Rock Athletics.  Continue reading “Baldwin named director of athletic development”

A member of the 2018 swimming and diving team competes.

Swimming and Diving Team Members earn CSCAA Scholar All-America Team Award

For the 10th consecutive semester, University of Arkansas at Little Rock swimming and diving team has been named a Scholar All-America Team by the College Swimming & Diving Coaches Association of America (CSCAA).  Continue reading “Swimming and Diving Team Members earn CSCAA Scholar All-America Team Award”

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”

Tandie Kenser, a senior business major at UA Little Rock who has been battling cancer, decided it's never too late to get a college education.

“Never too late” for a college education

When Tandie Kenser was diagnosed with stage 4 colon cancer seven years ago, doctors gave her a couple of years to live. She knew she was on borrowed time, and she had only one regret: never going to college. Continue reading ““Never too late” for a college education”

Neil Erisman

UA Little Rock announces Neil Erisman as Trojans’ first head wrestling coach

Little Rock has reached another milestone in the process of adding wrestling as its 15th intercollegiate athletic program with Director of Athletics Chasse Conque announcing the hiring of Neil Erisman as the program’s first head wrestling coach. Continue reading “UA Little Rock announces Neil Erisman as Trojans’ first head wrestling coach”

Artist Kevin Kresse stands by his sculpture, "The Ground Breaker," that was recently installed at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock. Photo by Ben Krain/UA Little Rock Communications.

Groundbreaking sculpture finds new home at UA Little Rock

In 2000, Jack Kinnaman, founder of Kinko Constructors Inc., became enamored with a sculpture Kevin Kresse, a family friend, created for his daughter. The sculpture was so beautiful that Kinnaman asked Kresse to create a life-size sculpture for his home.  Continue reading “Groundbreaking sculpture finds new home at UA Little Rock”

Cheryl Humphrey (left) hands Match Game Host Alec Baldwin (right) a sample of Candy Butta. Photo from Cheryl Humphrey.

UA Little Rock student to appear on ‘Match Game’

A University of Arkansas at Little Rock student will represent Arkansas on national television this week when she competes on “Match Game.”  Continue reading “UA Little Rock student to appear on ‘Match Game’”