University of Arkansas at Little Rock

UALR political science professors to discuss election results Nov. 10

Political science professors from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock will be on hand to answer community members’ burning post-election questions on Thursday, Nov. 10.

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Artist rendering of the new UALR Windgate Center of Art and Design

UALR to break ground on new visual arts building

The University of Arkansas at Little Rock will break ground on a new visual arts building funded by a $20.3 million grant from the Windgate Charitable Foundation on Tuesday, Oct. 11.  Continue reading “UALR to break ground on new visual arts building”

Chancellor Andrew Rogerson

Chancellor Rogerson reflects on his love of learning, mentoring students

Andrew Rogerson recalls the day he gave his parents a copy of his dissertation, marking the completion of his doctorate at age 26. It was one of the proudest moments of his life.   Continue reading “Chancellor Rogerson reflects on his love of learning, mentoring students”

The UALR Alumni Board of Directors, from left to right, include: Back Row: James Bobo, Pamela Lamb, Danielle Hendrix, Becky Blass, Herb Wright, Holly Rose, Graham Cobb, Helaine Williams, Doug Homeyer, and Kristi Smith. Front Row: Katrina Owoh, Stephanie Caruthers, Mauri Douglass, and Gina Pharis. Not all of the board members appear in this photo. Photo by Lonnie Timmons III/UALR Communications.

UALR Alumni Association scholarship endowment reaches over $700k

Thanks to a record number of lifetime memberships, the University of Arkansas at Little Rock Alumni Association has increased its student scholarship endowment fund to more than $700,000.  Continue reading “UALR Alumni Association scholarship endowment reaches over $700k”

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Former Trojan Natasha Wood competing in 2016 Olympics

A University of Arkansas at Little Rock alumnae will compete in the 2016 Olympics, making her the second Trojan in UALR history to take part in the Olympics.

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Leah and Eric Rucker

Louisiana couple found respite at UALR after Hurricane Katrina

In 2005, Leah and Eric Rucker were displaced by Hurricane Katrina and moved to Arkansas with many other evacuees. Despite leaving the city they love, the two focused on finishing their education before moving back.

Now married, Leah and Eric graduated from the nursing program at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock in 2007 and work in the healthcare industry in New Orleans.

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