Philip Huff, left, and Sandra Leiterman, right, head the UA Little Rock CyberGym. Photo by Ben Krain.

UA Little Rock receives NSF grant to host free virtual cybersecurity camp

The University of Arkansas at Little Rock has received a grant from the National Science Foundation that will allow students in grades 7-12 to attend a virtual cybersecurity summer camp in July for free. Continue reading “UA Little Rock receives NSF grant to host free virtual cybersecurity camp”

FBI Special Agent Shun Turner to speak Oct. 18 at UA Little Rock

Shun Turner, supervisory special agent for FBI Little Rock’s cyber squad, will be on campus to present and discuss topics related to National Cyber Security Month on Thursday, Oct. 18, in the Student Services Center 104 auditorium from noon to 1 p.m. Continue reading “FBI Special Agent Shun Turner to speak Oct. 18 at UA Little Rock”

UA Little Rock College of Engineering and Information Technology building

FBI specialist to discuss careers in digital evidence

Rebecca Passmore, an information technology specialist and senior forensic examiner and training program coordinator with the Federal Bureau of Investigation, will be at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock on Friday to share information about the different types of FBI careers related to the handling of digital evidence. Continue reading “FBI specialist to discuss careers in digital evidence”

Assistant Chief Johnny Smith

Assistant Chief Smith becomes first UA Little Rock officer to complete FBI National Academy

After 23 years on the job, Assistant Chief Johnny Smith, 52, of Little Rock, has become a familiar presence on campus, earning the moniker of “Officer Friendly” for his upbeat, polite attitude while protecting the university community.  Continue reading “Assistant Chief Smith becomes first UA Little Rock officer to complete FBI National Academy”

David Montague and Raye Montague

Montague mother and son duo say education is the key to breaking barriers

David Montague, director of eLearning and professor of criminal justice at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock, grew up believing in education.  Continue reading “Montague mother and son duo say education is the key to breaking barriers”