UA Little Rock students won first place in the Sustainability Competition for their build of this sustainable dog house.

UA Little Rock students win first place in sustainability competition

A team of University of Arkansas at Little Rock students brought home first place in the Sustainability Competition at the American Society of Civil Engineers Deep South Student Conference for their design and build of a sustainable doghouse. Continue reading “UA Little Rock students win first place in sustainability competition”

Edyta Osieczko and Harrison Hayworth

Hayworth receives second place in Construction Intern of the Year Contest

A University of Arkansas at Little Rock student came in second in a national competition to win a $10,000 scholarship and the title of Construction Intern of the Year.  Continue reading “Hayworth receives second place in Construction Intern of the Year Contest”

Edyta Osieczko and Harrison Hayworth

UA Little Rock students move on to semifinalist round of Construction Intern of the Year competition

Two University of Arkansas at Little Rock students have a chance at winning the title of Construction Intern of the Year and a $10,000 scholarship after earning two spots in the students who earned the most online votes for the scholarship competition. Continue reading “UA Little Rock students move on to semifinalist round of Construction Intern of the Year competition”

Michael Allen Lasiter head shot

Donors honor memory of Michael Allen Lasiter with UALR scholarship

Former friends and colleagues are honoring the memory of Arkansas construction industry leader Michael Allen Lasiter by donating $60,000 toward helping future civil and construction engineering students at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock.

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Grant Lewis

UALR student wins team competition in national engineering program

As a 14-year-old working at his grandfather’s engineering company in Arkansas, Grant Lewis thought he would one day carry on the family legacy by becoming an engineer like his father and grandfather.

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Head shot of Cerise Inganji.

Graduate finds strength through her mother

Rwandan student Cerise Inganji considers her mother her biggest inspiration for leaving home to study at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock.

“She’s the person who taught me to be disciplined, to be able to achieve whatever I want,” Inganji said. “She’s a hard worker, and I want to be like her when I grow up.”

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