Charles Romney

Evenings with History lecture will explore how to define the American empire

The next UA Little Rock Evenings with History lecture series will explore how to define the expansion of the American empire on Tuesday, March 5.  Continue reading “Evenings with History lecture will explore how to define the American empire”

Mel Chin, Wake, 2018, multimedia Courtesy Chelsea Lipman for Times Square Arts

UA Little Rock alumna lends artistic touch to NYC exhibit

Little Rock artist Sandra Sell never stops looking for new ways to collaborate on art. And that is precisely how the UA Little Rock alumna recently found herself in New York City’s Times Square helping install “Wake,”one of conceptual artist Mel Chin’s new works. Continue reading “UA Little Rock alumna lends artistic touch to NYC exhibit”

Student Services Center

Signature Experience Award to fund student’s travel to conference in Philadelphia

Thanks to her Signature Experience Award, Nicole Ursin, a junior double majoring in history and anthropology, will present her research at the Society for Applied Anthropology Conference in Philadelphia, April 3-7. Continue reading “Signature Experience Award to fund student’s travel to conference in Philadelphia”

University of Arkansas at Little Rock

History lecture to discuss women in leadership during Great Depression

When the Great Depression struck in the 1930s, hunger, unemployment, and misery swept the nation. President Franklin Roosevelt responded to the terror by establishing the New Deal, a plan that included the passing of banking reforms, emergency relief, work relief, and agricultural programs.

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History lecture to discuss women in leadership during Great Depression

When the Great Depression struck in the 1930s, hunger, unemployment, and misery swept the nation. President Franklin Roosevelt responded to the terror by establishing the New Deal, a plan that included the passing of banking reforms, emergency relief, work relief, and agricultural programs.

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Dr. John Kirk

John Kirk to reflect on 60th anniversary of desegregation of Central High School

Dr. John Kirk, director of the Anderson Institute on Race and Ethnicity at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock, will present a lecture on the 60th anniversary of the desegregation of Little Rock’s Central High School as part of the Evenings with History series.  Continue reading “John Kirk to reflect on 60th anniversary of desegregation of Central High School”

Pictures from the No-Type photo exhibit will be on display at Historic Arkansas Museum.

New UA Little Rock photography club holds first exhibit

University of Arkansas at Little Rock graduates and students have started a new photography club and are displaying their skills at the club’s first photo exhibit at the Historic Arkansas Museum
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