Drew Higginbothom, an insurance agent from Forrest City, Arkansas, has always understood the value of education. Continue reading “Drew Higginbothom: Giving Back is the Right Thing to Do”
The University of Arkansas at Little Rock College of Business has added two new concentrations, business analytics and financial accounting data analysis, to its Master of Business Administration Program as well as matching graduate certificates that will begin during the fall 2019 semester. Continue reading “UA Little Rock announces new MBA program concentrations, graduate certificates”
Two University of Arkansas at Little Rock alumni are taking the Little Rock energy efficiency and solar industries by storm, providing their customers with solutions that are helping the environment and saving them money at the same time. Continue reading “UA Little Rock alumni at forefront of Arkansas energy efficiency, solar market”
The University of Arkansas at Little Rock International Business Program is offering a study abroad trip to Prague, Czech Republic, that will highlight the country’s culture, business, and entrepreneurship during spring break 2019. Continue reading “International Business program offers study abroad trip to Prague”
Three students enrolled in the Master of Business Administration program at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock won first place and a $4,000 prize in the Business Case Competition held April 13-14 at the University of West Florida. Continue reading “UA Little Rock business students win first place in Florida business competition”
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”
A graduate of the University of Arkansas at Little Rock Master of Business Administration program has been promoted to a key leadership position with a $937 million banking organization.
Two University of Arkansas at Little Rock graduate students are helping the Arkansas Small Business Technology and Development Center give small business owners an edge in determining export opportunities.
UALR graduate Carl Carter has been promoted to manager of network operations for Arkansas Blue Cross and Blue Shield.
The University of Arkansas at Little Rock Master of Business Administration (MBA) program has been ranked as one of the 50 most affordable MBA programs in the United States.