The University of Arkansas at Little Rock Staff Senate honored three of its staff members for excellence in the areas of service to the university, community service, and personal growth. Each winner will receive a $1,000 prize. Continue reading “UA Little Rock honors Seamon, Lott, and Hoover as Staff Achievement Award winners”
The University of Arkansas at Little Rock Staff Senate has announced the eight finalists for the 2019 Staff Achievement Awards. Continue reading “Finalists for Staff Achievement Awards announced”
Two staff members from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock Facilities Management office have received the Certified Educational Facilities Professional credential from APPA: Leadership in Education Facilities. Continue reading “UA Little Rock staff members earn Certified Educational Facilities Professional credential”
Howell Andrew Fielder grew up working on his family’s dairy farm in Guy, Arkansas, where the whole world became a classroom filled with science experiments. Continue reading “Former dairy farmer finds new career, earns MBA from UA Little Rock”
Little Rock engineering company Bernhard TME has announced a $50,000 gift to the University of Arkansas at Little Rock’s Facilities Management Event Fund, which provides scholarships to facilities management employees. Continue reading “UA Little Rock Facilities Management receives $50,000 gift”
Five students at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock proudly walked across the stage at Jack Stephens Center on Dec. 17 to receive their college diplomas, thanks in large part to a scholarship program from the Facilities Management Department. Continue reading “Scholarship program helps students graduate from UALR”
Gov. Asa Hutchinson has appointed a University of Arkansas at Little Rock employee to the State Review Committee for Historic Preservation. Continue reading “UALR employee appointed to State Historic Preservation Committee”
The University of Arkansas at Little Rock and TME of Little Rock unveiled a new power generation plant on campus that is an important part of the university’s initiative to reduce energy costs and greenhouse gas emissions significantly in the coming years.
In three years, the Facilities Education Scholarship has helped 50 University of Arkansas at Little Rock employees and family members continue their education. GolfFEST made this program possible and has helped six recipients earn the credits needed to graduate.