Bobbie Handcock, a rhetoric and writing graduate student from Lonoke, has won the 2022 Phi Kappa Phi Essay Contest and a $250 scholarship. Continue reading “Handcock Wins Phi Kappa Phi Essay Contest”
Kristina Johnson, a Little Rock native who now lives in Hot Springs Village, has known since high school that she wanted to pursue her passion for writing in college. Continue reading “Graduating Student Finds New Career, Love of Writing at UA Little Rock”
A UA Little Rock student has written a successful grant that will help fund a pilot suicide prevention education program in Arkansas jails. Continue reading “UA Little Rock Student Writes Grant to Help Fund Suicide Prevention Programs in Arkansas Jails”
Christine Jones, a graduate student in technical and professional writing at UA Little Rock, has been selected to receive the Aspiring Scholar Award for her outstanding achievements by the LULAC National Educational Service Centers (LNESC). Continue reading “Jones to Receive National LULAC Award”
A 2021 UA Little Rock graduate has achieved her dream of becoming a professional writer nearly 30 years after she first considered becoming a writing major in college. Continue reading “UA Little Rock Alum Fulfills Lifelong Dream of Becoming a Writer”
In honor of First-Generation College Student Celebration Month, UA Little Rock is profiling some of its outstanding first-generation students.
Casey Williams is a first-generation student from Fort Smith, Arkansas. Continue reading “First-Generation Student Spotlight: Casey Williams”