UA Little Rock chemistry student Joshua Pack won the Snyder Scholars Fellowship at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. The fellowship supports a summer research program for undergraduates interested in organic chemistry. Photo by Gracelyn Johnson.

UA Little Rock Student Selected for Competitive Summer Research Fellowship

A University of Arkansas at Little Rock student has been selected for a highly competitive summer research program focused on organic chemistry at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign. Continue reading “UA Little Rock Student Selected for Competitive Summer Research Fellowship”

Beth Cerrone and her students attend the NICE K12 Cybersecurity Education Conference in Phoenix.

UA Little Rock Graduate Student Honored with National Presidential Cybersecurity Education Award

A cybersecurity instructor from Colorado who is a part of the University of Arkansas at Little Rock’s inaugural cohort of the National Cybersecurity Teaching Academy has been recognized as one of the best cybersecurity teachers in the country. Continue reading “UA Little Rock Graduate Student Honored with National Presidential Cybersecurity Education Award”

Professor Shweta Dabetwar

National Engineers Week: Shweta Dabetwar

In celebration of National Engineers Week, UA Little Rock is highlighting some of the university’s most promising engineers and engineering students.
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Dr. Nitin Agarwal

Agarwal Presents Research on Countering Cognitive Threats in the Digital Age at NATO Symposium

Dr. Nitin Agarwal, Maulden-Entergy Chair and Distinguished Professor of Information Science at UA Little Rock, presented his research on cognitive threats at the NATO Science & Technology Organization Symposium on Mitigating and Responding to Cognitive Warfare.  Continue reading “Agarwal Presents Research on Countering Cognitive Threats in the Digital Age at NATO Symposium”

Sandra Leiterman works with students in the Cave in the Emerging Analytics Center at UA Little Rock. Photo by Benjamin Krain.

Cybersecurity Education Leader Inspiring Others by Fulfilling Educational Goals

In the dynamic realm of cybersecurity, where resilience is key, the newly minted Dr. Sandra Leiterman not only safeguards digital landscapes but also blazes a trail of inspiration. Continue reading “Cybersecurity Education Leader Inspiring Others by Fulfilling Educational Goals”

Dr. Nitin Agarwal

COSMOS’ COVID-19 Misinformation Research Featured as Army Success Story

Research on COVID-19 misinformation conducted by Dr. Nitin Agarwal, Maulden-Entergy Chair and Distinguished Professor of Information Science and founding director of the Collaboratorium for Social Media and Online Behavioral Studies (COSMOS) Research Center at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock, has been highlighted as a success story by the U.S. Army Research Office. Continue reading “COSMOS’ COVID-19 Misinformation Research Featured as Army Success Story”

Uncovering the Mystery: Montague Shares Expertise at Conference Commemorating 60th Anniversary of JFK Assassination

Even 60 years after the assassination of President John F. Kennedy Jr., one of the most well-known and studied events in American history continues to leave unanswered questions behind and remains a topic of intrigue for people all around the world. Continue reading “Uncovering the Mystery: Montague Shares Expertise at Conference Commemorating 60th Anniversary of JFK Assassination”

Photo of Adam Perry by Ahmed Elkhattabi.

UA Little Rock Graduate Secures Bright Future with New Role

A graduating University of Arkansas at Little Rock student is starting the next chapter of his life on a high note as he is graduating with a great position for the company he’s been interning with for the past year. Continue reading “UA Little Rock Graduate Secures Bright Future with New Role”

Professor Richard Wang

Empowering the Next Generation: Wang Donates $33K to Bolster Graduate Student Assistantships

In a heartwarming display of commitment to the future of information quality education, Dr. Richard Wang, an esteemed professor in the field at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock, has generously donated $33,240 to create new opportunities for graduate students. Continue reading “Empowering the Next Generation: Wang Donates $33K to Bolster Graduate Student Assistantships”