Dr. Monica Meadows

UA Little Rock Graduate is Sharing Gifted and Talented Education with the Community

Dr. Monica Meadows, a gifted and talented facilitator for the Pulaski County Special School District, is making a difference by sharing her passion for gifted and talented education with the community. Continue reading “UA Little Rock Graduate is Sharing Gifted and Talented Education with the Community”

Shari Erwin

UA Little Rock Names Erwin as Chief of Staff

A University of Arkansas at Little Rock alumnae has returned to campus to take on a campus leadership role. Shari Erwin, a 2003 UA Little Rock graduate, has been named the chancellor’s chief of staff. Continue reading “UA Little Rock Names Erwin as Chief of Staff”

Lakeisha Falls; First-generation student profiles 2021

First-Generation Student Spotlight: Lakeisha Falls

In honor of First-Generation College Student Celebration Month, UA Little Rock is profiling some of its outstanding first-generation students and alumni.

Lakeisha Falls is a first-generation UA Little Rock nursing faculty member from Blytheville, Arkansas.

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UALR sign at the entrance on S. University Dr near University Plaza on January 28, 2016.

Mathews to Visit UA Little Rock to Discuss VA Disability Claims

The UA Little Rock Military Student Success Center will host a Veterans Affairs (VA) Disability Claims discussion with Dustin Matthews on Nov. 17 from 8 a.m.- 2 p.m.

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Ceramics instructor Kensuke Yamada teaching students in his introduction to pottery class.

Arkansas Arts Council Selects Yamada for Individual Artist Fellowship

The Arkansas Arts Council and the Department of Parks, Heritage, and Tourism has selected Kensuke Yamada, an assistant professor of ceramics at UA Little Rock, as a recipient of the 2021 Individual Artist Fellowship Award.

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Chris Gerton Bowen School of Law First-Generation 2021

First-Generation Student Spotlight: Christopher Gerton

In honor of First-Generation College Student Celebration Month, UA Little Rock is profiling some of its outstanding first-generation students.

Chris Gerton, a first-generation student from Lexington, Kentucky, is currently pursuing his Juris Doctor (JD) degree at the William H. Bowen School of Law. Continue reading “First-Generation Student Spotlight: Christopher Gerton”

International Celebration Week Schedule

UA Little Rock to host International Celebration Week

UA Little Rock will celebrate the benefits of a diverse, international student body on campus and support exchange and international education for a week of on-campus events from Nov. 15-18.

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Governor Asa Hutchinson speaks about career pathways and opportunities during a Euronext Town Hall Event hosted by the UA Little Rock Donaghey College of STEM.

Gov. Hutchinson Touts Benefits of Tech Careers during Euronet Panel at UA Little Rock

Gov. Asa Hutchinson spoke about how education and industry partners like Euronet and UA Little Rock can work together to build the state’s technology workforce during a Technology Careers Town Hall Meeting hosted by Euronet and UA Little Rock on Nov. 5. Continue reading “Gov. Hutchinson Touts Benefits of Tech Careers during Euronet Panel at UA Little Rock”