At the age of 13, Tori Main began volunteering to help animals and dreamed of becoming a veterinarian. After her University of Arkansas at Little Rock commencement ceremony on Saturday, May 13, she will be one step closer to that dream.
Three professors are hoping to make the University of Arkansas at Little Rock campus a little greener with the help of the UA Little Rock Sustainability Committee. Continue reading “Sustainability Committee funds green campus initiatives”
A chemical weapons expert from a Nobel Peace Prize-winning organization will join the University of Arkansas at Little Rock Department of Chemistry Thursday, April 27, to discuss the need for technical input in chemical weapon policymaking.
A former University of Arkansas at Little Rock student-athlete, Donaghey scholar, and graduate took home the gold for the second year in a row during the 2016 Race for the Cure. Continue reading “UALR graduate becomes repeat winner of Race for the Cure”
Six University of Arkansas at Little Rock students presented research at the Emerging Researchers National Conference in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics Feb. 25-28 in Washington, D.C., with one student taking home a first place award in chemistry.
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.
During an upcoming American Chemical Society meeting, a University of Arkansas at Little Rock chemistry professor will make a case for the collection of more climate change data.
In his featured lecture, Dr. Jeff Gaffney, an expert in the chemistry of climate change, will discuss the potential effects of ethene and the need for baseline measurements across the country to help determine if new energy technologies are having the desired effects.
Dr. Jerry Darsey is a problem solver.
The American Chemical Society (ACS) student chapter at UALR has been selected to receive a Commendable Award for its activities conducted during the 2013-14 academic year, placing the chapter in the top 10 to 20 percent of student chapters nationwide. Continue reading “American Chemical Society student chapter wins national award”
Drs. Kristin Dutcher Mann, Anindya Ghosh, and Brian Berry are the 2014 recipients of the University of Arkansas at Little Rock’s Faculty Excellence Awards in the categories of public service, research and creative endeavors, and teaching, respectively.