Richard Harper, immediate past president of Staff Senate (right), presents the Crittenden Employee Book Scholarship to Larry Rhodes (left), Christina Smith (middle), and Colleen Godley (right). Photo by Ben Krain.

Five staff members receive Staff Senate, Crittenden Book scholarships

The University of Arkansas at Little Rock Staff Senate has recognized five staff members who are bettering themselves by pursuing degrees while working full time.  Continue reading “Five staff members receive Staff Senate, Crittenden Book scholarships”

The 2018 graduates of the ACCE program include (L to R): Back row: John Steele, ACCE instructor, and graduates John Rockefeller and Breah Hampton. Middle row: Graduates Ford McGahee, Jonmichal Walker, Joshua Fletcher, Davion Green, Juan Rodriguez, and ACCE Instructor Leslie Harms. Front row: Kari Lott, Curtina Jackson, Chasity Mathis, Nicholas Austin, and Aaron Sullivan.

Second ACCE cohort graduates from UA Little Rock

Kari Lott has a dream to one day save up enough money to open and run her own restaurant, a dream she is determined to make come true through her hard work and inspiring attitude.  Continue reading “Second ACCE cohort graduates from UA Little Rock”

Diane Johnson

UA Little Rock employee prepares for Little Rock Marathon

When Jewel “Diane” Johnson, 62, of Little Rock, saw that the University of Arkansas at Little Rock was helping sponsor employees participating in the Little Rock Marathon 5k, 10k, half marathon, and marathon, she was simultaneously intrigued and nervous by the prospect of competing in the 5K.  Continue reading “UA Little Rock employee prepares for Little Rock Marathon”

UALR hosts Arkansas Conference on Child Abuse and Neglect

The keynote address of the 13th annual Arkansas Conference on Child Abuse and Neglect will be given by the mother of Morgan Nick, one of the most well-known missing person’s cases in Arkansas history.

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UALR hosts MidSOUTH conference for Integrated Behavioral Health Studies

The University of Arkansas at Little Rock School of Social Work will host the 44th annual MidSOUTH Summer Conference for Integrated Behavioral Health Studies Wednesday June 8-10 in the Donaghey Student Center.

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Keynote courthouse dogs speakers with dog Molly B

MidSOUTH at UALR hosts Child Abuse and Neglect Conference

This week, national, regional, and local professionals will meet in Little Rock to discuss the best ways to prevent child abuse.

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Logo for Child Abuse and Neglect conference

Registration open for child abuse and neglect conference

Arkansas’ new courthouse dog law will be among the topics presented during this year’s Arkansas Conference on Child Abuse & Neglect.

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MidSOUTH awarded almost $5 million for new parenting program

The Arkansas Department of Human Services has announced grant funding totaling almost $5 million to establish a Nurturing Parenting Program (NPP) through MidSOUTH, the community service unit of the University of Arkansas at Little Rock School of Social Work. Continue reading “MidSOUTH awarded almost $5 million for new parenting program”

MidSOUTH to hold Child Abuse Conference

Registration is open for the 2014 Arkansas Conference on Child Abuse and Neglect, a conference led by MidSOUTH, the community service unit of the UALR School of Social Work. Continue reading “MidSOUTH to hold Child Abuse Conference”