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”

Junior Todd Howard poses in his knight during the costume contest at Ottenheimer Library on October 31, 2017.

Ottenheimer Library to present DracoFest March 13-14

Celebrate a world of creativity with the University of Arkansas at Little Rock’s first DracoFest hosted by the Ottenheimer Library on Tuesday, March 13, and Wednesday, March 14. Continue reading “Ottenheimer Library to present DracoFest March 13-14”

Grants available for faculty members using open education resources in online classes

Grant applications are available for UA Little Rock faculty members who are helping lower classroom costs by offering alternative textbook material for online classes.  Continue reading “Grants available for faculty members using open education resources in online classes”

Author Luis Urrea

Celebrated author kicks off NEA Big Read Program

Author Luis Alberto Urrea Tuesday drew a crowd to the Stella Boyle Smith Concert Hall for the Sept. 19 kickoff of the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) Big Read program. 
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Luis Urrea

Bestselling author kicks off September Big Read event at UA Little Rock

An award-winning author hailed by NPR as a “master storyteller with a rock and roll heart” will discuss his celebrated novel at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock this month. Continue reading “Bestselling author kicks off September Big Read event at UA Little Rock”

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Ottenheimer Library receives $13k grant to create community reading program

The University of Arkansas at Little Rock Ottenheimer Library has received $13,000 from the National Endowment of the Arts to create a community-wide reading program.  Continue reading “Ottenheimer Library receives $13k grant to create community reading program”

Erin Fehr, Donna Rose, Karen Russ, and Carol Macheak hold volumes of “The Handbook of North American Indians,” the historic publication Ottenheimer Library has agreed to preserve.

Ottenheimer Library becomes first Preservation Steward Library in state

The University of Arkansas at Little Rock’s Ottenheimer Library is the first library in Arkansas to become a Preservation Steward Library in the U.S. Government Publishing Office’s Federal Information Preservation Network.  Continue reading “Ottenheimer Library becomes first Preservation Steward Library in state”

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UA Little Rock faculty members awarded grants for open educational materials

Ten University of Arkansas at Little Rock professors have received grants that will make learning more accessible by creating open educational resources for their courses.  Continue reading “UA Little Rock faculty members awarded grants for open educational materials”

One of 71 artists’ books created by the Cuban publishing house, Ediciones Vigía, on display at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock Ottenheimer Library March 14 to April 19.

UA Little Rock to host Cuban artists’ book exhibit

The University of Arkansas at Little Rock will host an international exhibit of handcrafted books created by Cuban artists.  Continue reading “UA Little Rock to host Cuban artists’ book exhibit”