In the upper right photo, Women’s History Month panel discussion members, from left to right, include Dr. Sarah Beth Estes, panel moderator, Jessica Sabin, political analyst, Dr. Zulma Toro, UALR executive vice chancellor and provost, Tjuana Byrd, assistant city attorney for North Little Rock and Sherwood public defender, Arkansas state Sen. Joyce Elliott, and Cherine Badawi, keynote speaker.

UALR celebrates Women’s History Month with panel discussion

In celebration of Women’s History Month, the University of Arkansas at Little Rock honored Little Rock-area women working in public service and government careers.

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Panel members Keesa Smith, Paul Kelly, Julie Hall, David Briscoe discuss community attitudes at the 2015 Racial Attitudes in Pulaski County.

UALR’s Racial Attitudes Conference will focus on immigration

The University of Arkansas at Little Rock Institute on Race and Ethnicity will host the 2016 Racial Attitudes in Pulaski County Conference on Wednesday, April 13.

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UALR honors Little Rock women in public service and government

The University of Arkansas at Little Rock will host a lunch and panel discussion to honor local women who have spent their lives working in public service and government careers.

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Past participants of the 2015 Model Arab League at UALR

UALR to host Model Arab League

More than 150 Arkansas high school students are expected to participate in the Model Arab League at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock Friday and Saturday, March 4-5.

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