Dr. Mark Baillie leads the Mobile Institute on Scientific Teaching workshop on campus. Photo by Benjamin Krain.

UA Little Rock Faculty Embrace Strategies to Improve Teaching

UA Little faculty members learned about valuable teaching strategies to improve student success and retention in the classroom through active-learning techniques during the 2023 Mobile Institute on Scientific Teaching held May 15-19 in Ottenheimer Library. Continue reading “UA Little Rock Faculty Embrace Strategies to Improve Teaching”

UA Little Rock professors, from left, Mark Baille, Ronia Kattoum, Michael Moore, David Montague and Lundon Pinneo received a large grant from the National Science Foundation to work to improve undergraduate education in the Donaghey College of STEM.

Largest NSF Grant Awarded to UA Little Rock Will Support Ongoing Undergraduate STEM Education Efforts

The University of Arkansas at Little Rock has been awarded a nearly $2 million grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF) to enhance teaching and learning and to promote student success in undergraduate STEM education. This is the largest grant UA Little Rock has ever received from the National Science Foundation.  Continue reading “Largest NSF Grant Awarded to UA Little Rock Will Support Ongoing Undergraduate STEM Education Efforts”