Gov. Asa Hutchinson spoke about how education and industry partners like Euronet and UA Little Rock can work together to build the state’s technology workforce during a Technology Careers Town Hall Meeting hosted by Euronet and UA Little Rock on Nov. 5. Continue reading “Gov. Hutchinson Touts Benefits of Tech Careers during Euronet Panel at UA Little Rock”
The University of Arkansas at Little Rock and Euronet Worldwide will host a Technology Careers Town Hall Meeting featuring Gov. Asa Hutchinson as the opening speaker on Friday, Nov. 5. Continue reading “UA Little Rock, Euronet Worldwide to Host Technology Careers Town Hall Meeting with Gov. Hutchinson”
To celebrate Cybersecurity Awareness Month, the University of Arkansas at Little Rock is profiling those in the Trojan community who are involved in cybersecurity. Meet Becky Passmore, an information technology specialist and senior forensic examiner and program coordinator for the Federal Bureau of Investigation as well as an adjunct instructor for UA Little Rock.
A University of Arkansas at Little Rock graduate is looking forward to a future in the tech industry, followed by fulfilling her lifelong goal of helping children. Continue reading “UA Little Rock grad looks forward to career in tech industry, starting orphanage”
The University of Arkansas at Little Rock celebrated its conversion to a new uniform wireless network that has greatly improved the internet experience for the entire campus community. Continue reading “Completion of new wireless network brings easier and faster Internet access to 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”
University of Arkansas at Little Rock students who are completing a minor in information technology are using their skills to help nonprofit organizations and city governments in central and northwest Arkansas. Continue reading “Information technology students make a difference with capstone projects”
When Emily “Addie” McClenny gave birth to her son, Phariss, seven years ago, that was the moment she decided to go back to college. Continue reading “Single mother works hard to provide better life for her son”
The University of Arkansas at Little Rock has one of the country’s best online information technology programs, according to an independent digital publication that provides resources to students and their families.
Continue reading “UA Little Rock online information quality program nationally ranked”
University of Arkansas at Little Rock students won four of this year’s 10 Acxiom Diversity Scholarships.