As an undergraduate student, Lauren Wilson, a native of Crossett, Arkansas, said the time she spent at her university’s multicultural center made a huge impact on her life. Continue reading “Love of Helping Students Leads to Inspiration for New Assistant Director of Multicultural Center”
As UA Little Rock’s newest student success coach, Dominque “D.J.” Thomas is helping inspire the next generation of Trojans through his work with the Student Affairs Diversity Initiatives (SADI). Continue reading “New student success coach hopes to inspire students through work with Student Affairs Diversity Initiatives”
Corrigan Revels, a University of Arkansas at Little Rock alumnus, will be recognized as one of 11 Arkansas Community Service Award honorees on Friday, April 20, for his dedication and commitment to students participating in UA Little Rock’s Children International program. Continue reading “UA Little Rock alumnus named 2018 Arkansas Community Service Award Honoree”
For Dominque Thomas, his mother was his everything.
Thanks to a prestigious National Science Foundation fellowship, University of Arkansas at Little Rock alumnus Jermaine Marshall will no longer have to work as a teaching assistant to support himself as a first-year doctoral student in Notre Dame’s computer science program.
Ten students from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock have been selected to attend the Clinton Global Initiative University to present ideas to combat global challenges. This year’s event will be held April 1-3 at the University of California-Berkeley.
The University of Arkansas at Little Rock will help propel Arkansas’ youth into successful futures in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM), thanks to a grant from The Harris Foundation and ExxonMobil.