Heather Lageman, a summit participant and executive director of leadership development at Baltimore County Public Schools, uses an educational augmented reality application targeted to art museums.

Computer Science Education experts visit Emerging Analytics Center

Attendees of the first-ever National Computer Science Summit for State Leaders in Arkansas toured the Emerging Analytics Center at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock on June 10 to learn about the latest innovations in virtual reality and computer science.  Continue reading “Computer Science Education experts visit Emerging Analytics Center”

The athletic departments from the University of Central Arkansas and the University of Arkansas at Little Rock today announced the formation of the Governor's I-40 Showdown, a rivalry series established to promote the spirit of in-state competition between the Little Rock Trojans and the Central Arkansas Bears while celebrating the athletic programs of both schools.

UA Little Rock, UCA announce Governor’s I-40 Showdown

The athletic departments from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock and the University of Central Arkansas announced the formation of the Governor’s I-40 Showdown, a rivalry series established to promote the spirit of in-state competition between the Little Rock Trojans and the Central Arkansas Bears while celebrating the athletic programs of both schools.  Continue reading “UA Little Rock, UCA announce Governor’s I-40 Showdown”

Patrick Rhode

Rhode receives Distinguished Alumni Award from School of Mass Communication

Patrick Rhode, U.S. vice president of corporate affairs for the global infrastructure firm, Cintra, returned to his alma mater with the idea of sharing lessons learned from his career, which spans the White House and high profile senior executive roles in government and private industry.  Continue reading “Rhode receives Distinguished Alumni Award from School of Mass Communication”

William H. Bowen School of Law

Health Care and the Law symposium will discuss cost of health care in Arkansas

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”

Facebook launches campaign at UA Little Rock to promote computer science education in Arkansas

Facebook has inspired the next generation of technology industry leaders in Arkansas with the launch of the “Tech Take Over” campaign at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock. Continue reading “Facebook launches campaign at UA Little Rock to promote computer science education in Arkansas”

Gov. Asa Hutchinson signs a proclamation declaring May 16-20 as Certified Public Manager Recognition Week in the state of Arkansas. Pictured in the front row, from left to right, are: Don Childers, Barbara Mahoney, Nan Harrell, Rick Ward-Harder, Becky Bryant, Gov. Asa Hutchinson, Jolie Busby, Cynthia Nixon, Sharon Hacker, and Gaye Jones-Washington. Pictured in the back row, from left to right, are: Cleta Hardy, Lori Morrison, Chris Colclasure, Rebecca Edwards, Nikki Heck, and Anna Swaim.

Arkansas Public Administration Consortium awards 46 graduate certificates

Governor proclaims Certified Public Manager Recognition Week

The Arkansas Public Administration Consortium at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock recently awarded graduate certificates in public and volunteer management to 46 students.

Continue reading “Arkansas Public Administration Consortium awards 46 graduate certificates”