Social media researchers at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock have been recognized with the best paper award at an international conference for their research on the behavioral analysis of digital societies formed on the video-sharing platform YouTube.

UA Little Rock researchers win best paper award for research on YouTube’s digital societies

Social media researchers at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock have been recognized with the best paper award at an international conference for their research on the behavioral analysis of digital societies formed on the video-sharing platform YouTube.  Continue reading “UA Little Rock researchers win best paper award for research on YouTube’s digital societies”

Karen Watts. Photo by Benjamin Krain.

UA Little Rock grad is taking the Information Technology world by storm

As a sophomore information science major at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock in 2010, Karen Watts of Bryant faced a difficult choice.  Continue reading “UA Little Rock grad is taking the Information Technology world by storm”

Kim Tran

UA Little Rock grad researches validity of patient data found on social networks

A University of Arkansas at Little Rock student who is graduating on Dec. 15 is making it easier for medical researchers to validate patient data found on social networks that can be used to make important decisions about what medical products are advanced for future development. Continue reading “UA Little Rock grad researches validity of patient data found on social networks”

Nitin Agarwal. Photo by Lonnie Timmons III/UA Little Rock Communications.

Agarwal elected to Arkansas Academy of Computing

A University of Arkansas at Little Rock information science professor has been inducted as a fellow of the Arkansas Academy of Computing for his contributions to computing in Arkansas.  Continue reading “Agarwal elected to Arkansas Academy of Computing”

Samer Al-Khateeb

UA Little Rock doctoral student presents research on social cyber forensics

A University of Arkansas at Little Rock student has presented his research on how social cyber forensics can be used to track how online deviant groups use social media to spread propaganda and misinformation at several major international conferences this summer.  Continue reading “UA Little Rock doctoral student presents research on social cyber forensics”