The UA Little Rock Donaghey College of STEM has announced John Talburt, Noureen Siraj, Anne Turner, Michael Moore, and Sujan Ghosh as the winners of the 2024 Faculty Excellence Awards.

UA Little Rock Donaghey College of STEM Announces Faculty Excellence Winners

The UA Little Rock Donaghey College of STEM has announced John Talburt, Noureen Siraj, Anne Turner, Michael Moore, and Sujan Ghosh as the winners of the 2024 Faculty Excellence Awards. Continue reading “UA Little Rock Donaghey College of STEM Announces Faculty Excellence Winners”

As the celestial bodies align on April 8, the University of Arkansas at Little Rock is set to host an awe-inspiring solar eclipse celebration, inviting students, employees, alumni, and the community to witness the cosmic spectacle.

UA Little Rock to Host Solar Eclipse Celebration April 8

As the celestial bodies align on April 8, the University of Arkansas at Little Rock is set to host an awe-inspiring solar eclipse celebration, inviting students, employees, alumni, and the community to witness the cosmic spectacle. Continue reading “UA Little Rock to Host Solar Eclipse Celebration April 8”

Chancellor Christina S. Drale addresses Fifty for the Future members at UA Little Rock.

Fifty for the Future Celebrates 60th Anniversary at UA Little Rock

In a special meeting kicking off their 60th anniversary year, Fifty for the Future met at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock on Jan. 12 to hear about the unique history between the two organizations. Continue reading “Fifty for the Future Celebrates 60th Anniversary at UA Little Rock”

Visitors check out the research opportunities available in the Donaghey College of STEM during Nerd Night. Photo by Ben Krain.

UA Little Rock to Host Nerd Night Oct. 18 to Highlight Donaghey College of STEM

The University of Arkansas at Little Rock will host Nerd Night Oct. 18 to highlight the exciting opportunities, research, and activities taking place in the Donaghey College of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM). Continue reading “UA Little Rock to Host Nerd Night Oct. 18 to Highlight Donaghey College of STEM”

The University of Arkansas at Little Rock will host the first ConTechInnovate Conference Oct. 5-6. The inaugural conference is focused on advancing the construction industry through emerging technologies.

UA Little Rock to Host Inaugural ConTechInnovate Conference Oct. 5-6

The University of Arkansas at Little Rock will host the first ConTechInnovate Conference Oct. 5-6. The inaugural conference is focused on advancing the construction industry through emerging technologies. Continue reading “UA Little Rock to Host Inaugural ConTechInnovate Conference Oct. 5-6”

UA Little Rock students gather in front of the Donaghey Student Center. Photo by Ben Krain.

UA Little Rock Halts Thirteen-Year Enrollment Decline 

UA Little Rock’s preliminary fall 2023 enrollment figures indicate an increase in undergraduate and graduate student full-time equivalents (FTE) of 1.2%, an increase in student semester credit hours (SSCH) of 1.0%, and a headcount decline of 1.0% over the fall 2022 semester. Preliminary enrollment indicates 7,147 undergraduate and graduate students. These figures do not include high school concurrent students, which are reported separately. Prior to the fall 2023 term, the last fall term to experience an increase in student FTE was fall 2010. Continue reading “UA Little Rock Halts Thirteen-Year Enrollment Decline “

Erin Flowers

Flowers Earns Doctorate from UA Little Rock

Dr. Erin Flowers, a well-known staff member in the Donaghey College of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math, is celebrating another milestone as she graduates with a Doctor of Education in higher education administration this semester. Continue reading “Flowers Earns Doctorate from UA Little Rock”

Dr. Yupo Chan

Chan Family Marks Professor’s Legacy with $6.75 Million Gift to Benefit UA Little Rock Engineering Programs

The University of Arkansas at Little Rock has received a $6.75 million gift from the family of a beloved engineering professor who was responsible for establishing some of the university’s first engineering programs. Continue reading “Chan Family Marks Professor’s Legacy with $6.75 Million Gift to Benefit UA Little Rock Engineering Programs”