Professor Mariofanna Milanova teaches a workshop for students and faculty on deep learning. Photo by Ben Krain.

Milanova named NVIDIA Deep Learning Institute University Ambassador

A University of Arkansas at Little Rock professor has been selected as a teaching ambassador and has been granted essential resources and tools to teach deep learning skills to students, researchers, and professors in Arkansas.  Continue reading “Milanova named NVIDIA Deep Learning Institute University Ambassador”

Dr. Jin Wook Lee (third from left) is shown with the Outstanding Capstone Project Award winners from the Department of Systems Engineering – Andrew Cherry, Kendall Butzlaff, William Kerr, Nikki Mullen, Richard Nowroski, Estevan Padilla, and Spencer Sullivan.

College of Engineering and Information Technology Announces Award Winners

UA Little Rock’s George W. Donaghey College of Engineering and Information Technology recently held its annual awards ceremony on May 3. Continue reading “College of Engineering and Information Technology Announces Award Winners”

Dr. Xiaowei Xu. Photo by Ben Krain.

UA Little Rock professor selected for DeepLearn 2019

A University of Arkansas at Little Rock professor has been selected as one of the pioneers in the field of deep learning who will teach the subject during a prestigious international summer program in Warsaw, Poland, from July 22-26.  Continue reading “UA Little Rock professor selected for DeepLearn 2019”

The UA Little Rock Geology Camp participants (L to R) include: Front row: Geology camp instructors Elizabeth Haralson and Calie Pace and students Michelle Jones, Caroline Nalumansi, and Kaitlyn Gill. Back Row: Faizan Parray, Luigi Cutolo, Sreevatsav Seenivasan, Blair King, Jodi Williams, staff member, Insherah Qazi, and Maranda Geoffrion, staff member.

Applications available for UA Little Rock’s free EIT summer camps

Every summer, the University of Arkansas at Little Rock George W. Donaghey College of Engineering and Information Technology hosts free summer camps to enrich the minds of middle and high school students through summer camps that are focused on science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM).  Continue reading “Applications available for UA Little Rock’s free EIT summer camps”

Haller finds her place in a new city

It’s hard to believe that junior web design and development major Leslie Haller ever found it difficult to find her place at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock. As an ambassador for the university’s George W. Donaghey College of Engineering and Information Technology, it’s hard to miss her on campus today. Continue reading “Haller finds her place in a new city”

Karen Watts. Photo by Benjamin Krain.

UA Little Rock grad is taking the Information Technology world by storm

As a sophomore information science major at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock in 2010, Karen Watts of Bryant faced a difficult choice.  Continue reading “UA Little Rock grad is taking the Information Technology world by storm”

Kim Tran

UA Little Rock grad researches validity of patient data found on social networks

A University of Arkansas at Little Rock student who is graduating on Dec. 15 is making it easier for medical researchers to validate patient data found on social networks that can be used to make important decisions about what medical products are advanced for future development. Continue reading “UA Little Rock grad researches validity of patient data found on social networks”

Nitin Agarwal. Photo by Lonnie Timmons III/UA Little Rock Communications.

Agarwal elected to Arkansas Academy of Computing

A University of Arkansas at Little Rock information science professor has been inducted as a fellow of the Arkansas Academy of Computing for his contributions to computing in Arkansas.  Continue reading “Agarwal elected to Arkansas Academy of Computing”

John Burgess, president and CEO of Mainstream Technologies, shakes hands with Dr. Lawrence Whitman (right), dean of the College of Engineering and Information Technology. Photo by Ben Krain.

Mainstream Technologies sponsors upgrade of computer forensics lab

Mainstream Technologies is making an investment in the future by donating funds to upgrade a computer forensics lab at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock that will teach students invaluable skills for their future careers.  Continue reading “Mainstream Technologies sponsors upgrade of computer forensics lab”