While 2020 has been a year of unprecedented challenges for many individuals, one woman took the opportunity to complete the college degree she started in 2002 at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock.
Braver Angels of Central Arkansas, UA Little Rock’s Department of Applied Communication, and CALS Library System will host a public program featuring a panel on Oct. 5 that will discuss various aspects of political polarization, including its causes, influences, impacts, and solutions.
At 71, Carolyn Wilkerson of Little Rock loves life as a full-time college student at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock, working to fulfill a lifelong goal of earning a college degree. Continue reading “71-year-old working hard to fulfill dream of earning college degree”
When Emily “Addie” McClenny gave birth to her son, Phariss, seven years ago, that was the moment she decided to go back to college. Continue reading “Single mother works hard to provide better life for her son”
In 2002, after taking a gap year, Alexis Parker Williams had been accepted to the University of Arkansas at Little Rock and was ready to take the next step in her life. Continue reading “Williams completes degree 15 years after being accepted to UA Little Rock”
The University of Arkansas at Little Rock’s online Applied Communication program has been ranked among the best in the country. Continue reading “UA Little Rock has one of top online communication degrees in the country”