Photo of Emilie Darrigues by Ben Krain.

Darrigues selected for competitive postdoctoral research program at UAMS

A University of Arkansas at Little Rock doctoral student has been selected for a highly competitive postdoctoral scholarship at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences (UAMS).  Continue reading “Darrigues selected for competitive postdoctoral research program at UAMS”

Doyle Rankins stands on the Union Pacific 1960s patio caboose that bears his name. Photo by Ben Krain.

Doyle Rankins’ graduation day is nearly 50 years in the making

The first time Doyle Rankins was a student at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock in 1970, he was a 19-year-old rail service worker for Missouri Pacific Railroad (now Union Pacific) as well as a member of the Arkansas Air National Guard.  Continue reading “Doyle Rankins’ graduation day is nearly 50 years in the making”

University of Arkansas at Little Rock students attending the American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, from left to right, are Matthew Carey, Kalyca Spinler, Olivia Pate, Kayla Bolin, and Jason Simmons.

Earth Sciences students present research at American Geophysical Union Conference

Six University of Arkansas at Little Rock students and two faculty members had the opportunity to attend one of the largest earth and space science conferences in the world.  Continue reading “Earth Sciences students present research at American Geophysical Union Conference”

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National Science Foundation fellow chooses UALR

Staying near Little Rock to earn a doctorate is important to Hunter Wayland.

With her mother battling breast cancer and multiple sclerosis, Wayland chose the University of Arkansas at Little Rock, where she’s pursuing her degree.

“UALR is a good school,” she said. “They have a good chemistry program, and it’s close to home.”

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From left: Drs. Allan Thomas, Brian Berry, Nawab Ali, and Tito Viswanathan. Photo by Lonnie Timmons III

UALR researchers work to improve the world through nanocarbons

A team of University of Arkansas at Little Rock researchers is exploring ways to change the world with the help of tiny, incredibly strong materials.

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UALR degree programs available at Texarkana campus

Texarkana, Ark. — This fall, Texarkana-area residents can start earning a University of Arkansas at Little Rock bachelor’s degree at a campus close to home.

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