A University of Arkansas at Little Rock graduate wants to make the world a better place by becoming a scholar in transitional justice and peace building in countries affected by conflict and civil war. Continue reading “UA Little Rock grad plans to transform the world through transitional justice, conflict research”
For a group of UA Little Rock international students, the best table in town isn’t found at a fancy restaurant downtown. Continue reading “UA Little Rock international students celebrate food, fellowship, and friendship”
When Jessica Tate, a 22-year-old native of Nashville, Arkansas, spent this summer teaching English as a second language in China, what she experienced led her to make a life-changing decision. Continue reading “Graduating student plans to make difference by teaching in high-needs urban schools”
Two University of Arkansas at Little Rock students were selected as finalists for a national legal writing competition held by the Academy for Legal Studies in Business. Continue reading “UA Little Rock students selected as finalists in national legal writing competition”
Eight University of Arkansas at Little Rock students have won a free trip to New York City to explore African-American history after winning an essay contest. Continue reading “UA Little Rock students win free trip to New York City to explore African-American history”
Graduating student Andrea Elias couldn’t have imagined having a better experience at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock. Continue reading “UA Little Rock student travels the globe to aid in fight for human rights”
Hundreds of University of Arkansas at Little Rock students, employees, and families will gather for an international Thanksgiving celebration on Nov. 16.
Kristi Smith, a University of Arkansas at Little Rock graduate, has been selected to fill a key fundraising role for the university.
When University of Arkansas at Little Rock junior Forrest Goss received a substantial tax return in 2014, he decided to take a trip somewhere he’d never been. He chose Costa Rica — a place where he could practice and build confidence in his second language.
An international studies and political science double major at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock will earn six college credit hours through study in an intensive program at National Cheng Kung University in Taiwan this summer. Continue reading “Student earns summer scholarship in Taiwan”