Daysia Klossner is a first-generation student who will graduate with a Bachelor of Science degree in construction management this month from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock. She is currently a project estimator at Baldwin & Shell construction company. Continue reading “Graduate Spotlight on Daysia Klossner”
A University of Arkansas at Little Rock student has detailed the life of Pearle McCain, a missionary from Arkansas who spent 40 years serving in Japan and China, in his graduate research.
Roza Bost will graduate on Dec. 19 with a Master of Arts in applied communication. Her goal is to work at an international nonprofit organization because of her interest in multicultural issues. Continue reading “Graduate Spotlight on Roza Bost”
Rodricka Blanks will graduate on Dec. 19 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in mass communication with an emphasis in mass media. She considers herself a “super-transfer student” because of her college journey.
Ingrid Safina, an applied biosciences doctoral student, will graduate in December with a Ph.D. from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock, multiple published papers, and a job offer from Columbia University.
While 2020 has been a year of unprecedented challenges for many individuals, one woman took the opportunity to complete the college degree she started in 2002 at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock.
Valerie Plate, a business major from Little Rock, will graduate this semester with her bachelor’s degree about 14 years after first starting college.
A University of Arkansas at Little Rock spring graduate with a passion for storytelling has been selected for a competitive summer internship that will serve as the next step in his promising career as a journalist. Continue reading “Graduating student journalist selected for internship with Arkansas Newspaper Foundation”