You probably recognize Caleb Conrad, a 25-year-old student at the UA Little Rock William H. Bowen School of Law, as part of a trio of talented Benton natives, aptly named Triple Threat, which made it to the 2015 quarterfinals of “America’s Got Talent.” Continue reading “Bowen Law Student uses legal knowledge to serve others with Legal Aid of Arkansas internship”
A University of Arkansas at Little Rock graduate has created a computer program that can identify emotions on a person’s face in real time. Continue reading “Doctoral student creates software that can detect emotions”
Five college students from France who interned at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock’s Emerging Analytics Center have created a 3D virtual tour of the UA Little Rock campus as well as augmented reality games to entertain children at Arkansas Children’s Hospital. Continue reading “French interns at Emerging Analytics Center create 3D virtual tour of campus, games for Arkansas Children’s Hospital”
University of Arkansas at Little Rock Athletics will team up with Arkansas Children’s Hospital on Saturday, Jan. 13, to raise money for the hospital’s Cardiovascular Intensive Care Unit as the Trojans play a Sun Belt Conference doubleheader against Texas State at the Jack Stephens Center. Continue reading “UA Little Rock basketball games will raise money for Arkansas Children’s Hospital”
Grace Vest owes a lot to the many four-legged friends she has adopted and fostered over the years.
The second symposium of a three-year series on health care policy and law in Arkansas will be held at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock William H. Bowen School of Law Friday, Oct. 20. Continue reading “Health Care and the Law symposium will discuss cost of health care in Arkansas”
The two University of Arkansas at Little Rock students who are competing in the Miss Arkansas Pageant have both won scholarships for their fundraising efforts on behalf of the Children’s Miracle Network. Continue reading “UA Little Rock students win scholarships in Miss Arkansas Pageant preliminaries”
In 2008, Jennifer Goodwin seemed to have it all. Continue reading “Quadriplegic single mother graduates Bowen law school”
The seventh annual Jazz & Juleps event raised more than $75,000 for scholarships for audiology and speech pathology students at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock.
Ryan Palludan had just moved into his dormitory at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock.