Computer Science Department named one of most innovative in nation

The University of Arkansas at Little Rock’s Department of Computer Science is among the Top 50 “Most Innovative” in the nation, according to an online resource focused on computer science programs across the U.S. Continue reading “Computer Science Department named one of most innovative in nation”

UALR lands NSF grant for ‘supercomputer’

The National Science Foundation has awarded the University of Arkansas at Little Rock a $291,908 grant for the purchase of a high-performance data storage system that will be a first of this scale for higher education and research in Arkansas. Continue reading “UALR lands NSF grant for ‘supercomputer’”

Ice bucket challenge highlights research’s impact

Everyone, it seems, is getting doused with buckets of ice water these days to support the nonprofit foundation for the treatment and cure of ALS or Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis. Continue reading “Ice bucket challenge highlights research’s impact”

Students from across nation perform cyber security research at UALR

This summer, 10 scholars representing competitive colleges from across the nation are in Little Rock performing research that may prove vital to decreasing the tide of cyber attacks and increasing knowledge in the emerging field of cyber security. Continue reading “Students from across nation perform cyber security research at UALR”