Dr. Nickolas Jovanovic, professor and coordinator of Architectural, Civil, and Construction Engineering programs at UA Little Rock, has been elected to a four-year term on the American Society of Civil Engineers Committee on Accreditation Operations. Continue reading “UA Little Rock professor elected to American Society on Civil Engineers committee”
After spending 14 years working in retail, Heather Hightower saw her move to Arkansas to be closer to her wife’s family as an opportunity to go back to school and start a new career. Continue reading “Graduating student finds passion for construction management at UA Little Rock”
A University of Arkansas at Little Rock student has won a national award for an ethics paper exploring whether engineering faculty should teach if they have not obtained a professional license. Continue reading “Hightower places third in national competition for engineering students”
Edyta Osieczko has always dreamed of following in her father’s footsteps to become an engineer. Continue reading “UA Little Rock student hopes to be Construction Intern of the Year”
A University of Arkansas at Little Rock student won first place for the best professional paper and oral presentation at the American Society of Civil Engineers Deep South Student Conference. Continue reading “UA Little Rock student takes first place in engineering competition”
Engineering and construction management students from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock showed off their skills Thursday, March 30, before they departed for an engineering competition in Memphis. Continue reading “Engineering students to display skills in concrete canoes, steel bridges”
As a 14-year-old working at his grandfather’s engineering company in Arkansas, Grant Lewis thought he would one day carry on the family legacy by becoming an engineer like his father and grandfather.
A team of UALR civil and construction engineering students won the mystery challenge competition at the American Society of Civil Engineers Deep South Student Conference March 10-12 at McNeese State University in Lake Charles, Louisiana.
Norbert Rungano, Chloe Jerry, Heather Hightower, and Ross Phillips were designated for the mystery challenge without prior knowledge of what would be expected of them.