A University of Arkansas at Little Rock alumnae has returned to campus to take on a campus leadership role. Shari Erwin, a 2003 UA Little Rock graduate, has been named the chancellor’s chief of staff. Continue reading “UA Little Rock Names Erwin as Chief of Staff”
Christine Jones, of Cabot, is a blogger, writer, editor, and graduate student in the Professional and Technical Writing Program at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock. Continue reading “Jones Honored with Three Scholarships, Two Internships”
Dr. Huey Crisp, a professor emeritus of the Department of Rhetoric and Writing, passed away April 9 in Little Rock. Continue reading “UA Little Rock Remembers Huey Crisp”
While most have embraced the importance of online education because of the coronavirus pandemic, Dr. Rebecca Glazier has been researching its importance for the past decade and has plenty of advice to share.
A University of Arkansas at Little Rock professor is establishing a legacy to make a better future for students and faculty members in the Department of Rhetoric and Writing. Continue reading “Kuralt establishes funds to support student scholarships, faculty development in rhetoric and writing”
The Online Writing Instruction Community is holding its first-ever virtual symposium. This keynote speaker for the symposium is Dr. Heidi Harris, an associate professor of rhetoric and writing.
Sixteen local game enthusiasts took part in Global Game Jam 2020 from Jan. 31 to Feb. 2 at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock. In just 48 hours, they created seven new games for the world to enjoy. Continue reading “UA Little Rock’s CRUX Lab hosts Global Game Jam 2020”
The Little Rock Writing Project at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock hopes to inspire the next generation of great writers with two summer camps for students. Continue reading “UA Little Rock hosts summer camps for young writers”