Dr. Allan Ward talks with members of the audience following a discussion of his book.

UA Little Rock Remembers Allan Ward

Dr. Allan Ward, a professor emeritus of speech communication at UA Little Rock, recently passed away in Woodland, California.  Continue reading “UA Little Rock Remembers Allan Ward”

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

UA System Awarded $900,000 Workforce Training Grant

The University of Arkansas System was awarded a three-year $900,000 CARES Act Recovery Assistance grant from the U.S. Department of Commerce’s Economic Development Administration (EDA) to boost the state’s workforce recovery from the economic impact of COVID-19. Continue reading “UA System Awarded $900,000 Workforce Training Grant”

Catherine Crisp

Crisp uses Mindful Self-Compassion to help people de-stress during the pandemic

Dr. Catherine Crisp, an associate professor of social work at UA Little Rock, is using her training in mindful self-compassion to help fellow educators reduce the stress in their lives brought on by a global pandemic.  Continue reading “Crisp uses Mindful Self-Compassion to help people de-stress during the pandemic”

Arkansas Small Business and Technology Development Center

ASBTDC Launches Arkansas Small Business Community Navigators, Seeks Partners

The Arkansas Small Business and Technology Development Center is seeking collaborative partners from across the state to become Arkansas Small Business Community Navigators.

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UA Little Rock’s Jodie Mahony Center recognized for excellence in gifted and talented education

The Jodie Mahony Center for Gifted Education at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock and the center’s director, Dr. Ann Robinson, have received the 2021 Presidential Award from the Arkansans for Gifted and Talented Education (AGATE). Continue reading “UA Little Rock’s Jodie Mahony Center recognized for excellence in gifted and talented education”

Bowen Law student Nathan Johnson

Law student looks forward to a military career after graduation

Nathan Johnson, a third-year law student at the UA Little Rock William H. Bowen School of Law, has made the most of his “COVID summer” and has been selected to join the U.S. Air Force JAG Corps.  Continue reading “Law student looks forward to a military career after graduation”

mperata Grassland by Joli Livaudais

UA Little Rock opens 3 new exhibits featuring Arkansas Women to Watch, Faculty Biennial Exhibition

The University of Arkansas at Little Rock Art Gallery will open the new year with three new exhibits featuring Arkansas female artists to watch and the works of faculty members of the UA Little Rock Department of Art and Design.  Continue reading “UA Little Rock opens 3 new exhibits featuring Arkansas Women to Watch, Faculty Biennial Exhibition”

Statement Regarding KUAR

We have learned that a former student intern and past part-time employee at KUAR has been accused of a criminal incident that occurred in Little Rock last August. At the time of the incident, the individual had not been affiliated with the radio station for over six months. This is an ongoing investigation, and we will have no further comment at this time.

Mark Giese

Announcement on Mark Giese’s Passing

Dr. Mark Giese, retired associate professor of mass communication, passed away Aug. 6 following a brief illness.   Continue reading “Announcement on Mark Giese’s Passing”