Two University of Arkansas at Little Rock alumni are taking the Little Rock energy efficiency and solar industries by storm, providing their customers with solutions that are helping the environment and saving them money at the same time. Continue reading “UA Little Rock alumni at forefront of Arkansas energy efficiency, solar market”
The University of Arkansas at Little Rock will kick off another school year with the annual BBQ @Bailey all-campus picnic on Wednesday, Sept. 12. Continue reading “BBQ @Bailey to return to UA Little Rock Sept. 12”
The University of Arkansas at Little Rock will honor Marcus Guinn, executive vice president and loan manager at Arvest Bank, as the College of Business Distinguished Alumnus of the Year. The university will also honor Drew Holbert, principal and vice president of brokerage at Colliers International, as the Dean’s Award for Excellence winner at the 2018 College of Business Distinguished Alumni Luncheon on Oct. 17. Continue reading “UA Little Rock College of Business to honor Guinn, Holbert as 2018 Distinguished Alumni”
The University of Arkansas at Little Rock is hosting a public sale of musical instruments from 2-5 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 25, in the galleries of the UA Little Rock Fine Arts Building.
As Power 92 radio deejay Travis “Tre’ Day” Rowan reached his milestone 40th birthday on July 23, he decided to celebrate his big day with an investment in the future. Continue reading “Radio DJ Tre’ Day celebrates 40th birthday with $10,000 scholarship donation”
Women’s Own Worth (W.O.W.), a nonprofit organization in Arkansas dedicated to assisting victims of violence, will honor a faculty member from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock as the 2018 Woman of the Year. Continue reading “UA Little Rock nursing professor to be honored as Woman of the Year”
Three of central Arkansas’s best bands will perform Thursday, June 28, as part of NPR’s Tiny Desk Arkansas event. Continue reading “Tiny Desk Arkansas event set for June 28”
William “Cory” Davis, senior vice president of operations and principal consultant at the Center for Toxicology and Environmental Health in North Little Rock, has been selected as the recipient of the ninth annual Fribourgh Award from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock. Continue reading “UA Little Rock to honor CTEH’s Cory Davis with Fribourgh Award”