A civil engineer who traveled from India to study at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock is researching a way to lower the cost of concrete and to save the environment from the harmful effects of quarry dust and fly ash.
A University of Arkansas at Little Rock researcher is part of a team working to improve the lives of millions of senior citizens and others with mobility challenges.
With funding from a more than $1 million National Institutes of Health grant, the researchers are developing a quadrupedal human-assistive robotic platform, or Q-HARP, a support device that could help seniors stay active and live independently.
A new grant from the Department of the Navy, Office of Naval Research (ONR) will help a University of Arkansas at Little Rock professor further establish himself as a leader in social media research.
The grant, which builds on a previous ONR-funded project that Dr. Nitin Agarwal conducted, enables him and his team to dig deeper into the organized use of social media by deviant groups to spread misinformation, stoke violence and panic, and conduct recruitment and radicalization campaigns.
The University of Arkansas at Little Rock Department of Construction Management and Civil and Construction Engineering recently received a prestigious national award.
The American Chemical Society (ACS) student chapter at UALR has been selected to receive a Commendable Award for its activities conducted during the 2013-14 academic year, placing the chapter in the top 10 to 20 percent of student chapters nationwide. Continue reading “American Chemical Society student chapter wins national award”