Photo by BENJAMIN KRAIN —04/13/2022— An interdisciplinary research team from UA Little Rock is investigating the personal transformation effects of Heifer International's efforts to end poverty and build sustainable communities across the globe. The team includes, from left, Dr. Avinash Thombre, professor of applied communication, Dr. Julien Mirivel, professor of applied communication, , Dr. Tusty ten Bensel, director of the School of Criminal Justice and Criminology, and Dr. Kirk Leach, assistant professor of public affairs.

UA Little Rock Researchers Out to Uncover the Secrets of Personal Transformation Rooted in Heifer International’s Community-Building Efforts

An interdisciplinary research team from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock is investigating the personal transformation effects of Heifer International’s efforts to end hunger and poverty and build sustainable communities across the globe. Continue reading “UA Little Rock Researchers Out to Uncover the Secrets of Personal Transformation Rooted in Heifer International’s Community-Building Efforts”

Melissa Stiles

UA Little Rock Leadership Lecture Series Continues with Alumna Melissa Stiles on Feb. 22

The UA Little Rock Leadership Lecture Series continues at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 22, via Zoom with a talk ​​highlighting the importance of communication when working with donors. Continue reading “UA Little Rock Leadership Lecture Series Continues with Alumna Melissa Stiles on Feb. 22”

April Chatham-Carpenter

Chatham-Carpenter to Kick Off 2021-22 Leadership Lecture Series Sept. 28

The 2021-22 Department of Applied Communication Leadership Lecture Series will kick off with a Sept. 28 lecture on how to have civil conversations during divided political times.

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Two Arkansas State University professors will discuss awareness of public health campaigns in the next UA Little Rock Leadership Lecture Series on Feb. 22.

Next Leadership Lecture Series Discusses Public Health Campaigns

Two Arkansas State University professors will discuss awareness of public health campaigns in the next UA Little Rock Leadership Lecture Series on Monday, Feb. 22. Continue reading “Next Leadership Lecture Series Discusses Public Health Campaigns”

Dr. April Chatham-Carpenter

Applied Communication Professor to Participate on Panel to Discuss Political Polarization

Braver Angels of Central Arkansas, UA Little Rock’s Department of Applied Communication, and CALS Library System will host a public program featuring a panel on Oct. 5 that will discuss various aspects of political polarization, including its causes, influences, impacts, and solutions.

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