A chemistry professor at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock has received $188,863 from the National Science Foundation to study experimental methods of developing organic optoelectronic materials. Continue reading “UA Little Rock professor receives 188k grant to research new methods to create optoelectronic materials”
Last year, a group of students from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock merged their talents and developed a business venture that has now received a substantial amount of recognition both in and outside of Arkansas. Continue reading “UA Little Rock students win big in 2018 Arkansas Governor’s Cup”
Four years ago, John Siratt was struggling to support himself through college, working full time as a groundskeeper while taking classes at the College of the Ouachitas. Continue reading “UA Little Rock student awarded prestigious National Science Foundation fellowship”
The 2018 national SBIR Road Tour will stop in Little Rock April 18. Organized by the U.S. Small Business Administration, the 18-state tour is an opportunity for Arkansas entrepreneurs with next-generation ideas to connect with the largest source of early-stage funding, the Small Business Innovation Research program. Continue reading “National Small Business Innovation Road Tour Coming to Little Rock to Promote $2.5B in Early-Stage Funding”
When J.T. Poole graduated high school in 2005, he joined the U.S. Air Force and served his country as an emergency medical technician and military police officer in Arkansas, Louisiana, and Iraq. Continue reading “Veteran finds love and success at UA Little Rock”
An Arkansas Small Business and Technology Development Center employee recently served on a National Science Foundation panel reviewing Small Business Innovation Research and Small Business Technology Transfer (SBIR/STTF) federal funding proposals. Continue reading “Norman serves on National Science Foundation review panel”
Rolf Wigand, a University of Arkansas at Little Rock professor emeritus, recently won an award for his collaborative research on the effects of the internet on the real estate industry.
A University of Arkansas at Little Rock student has been accepted into the highly competitive University of Nebraska-Lincoln Undergraduate Summer Research Minority Health Disparities Initiative.
A leading academic journal has published the research of University of Arkansas at Little Rock Distinguished Professor Rolf Wigand and his colleagues from the University of Munich, the Technical University of Munich, and the University of South Carolina. Continue reading “Leading academic journal publishes professor’s research”