Mitch Gundrum

UA Little Rock student discovers passion for bookbinding

In 2018, Mitchel Gundrum, a former executive information technology support specialist living in San Francisco, was ready for a career change.  Continue reading “UA Little Rock student discovers passion for bookbinding”

UA Little Rock students Keely Reeves used the university's Handshake career network program to find work as a video production intern.

UA Little Rock student learns valuable skills on summer internship found through Handshake

As the end of her junior year at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock drew near, Keely Reeves was concerned about a lack of professional experience that she felt would hurt her chances to get a job after graduation.  Continue reading “UA Little Rock student learns valuable skills on summer internship found through Handshake”

UA Little Rock graduate student Edna Rodgers is surrounded by master's degree thesis project papers dating back to 1999, the year she started working towards her own master’s degree. Photo by Benjamin Krain.

UA Little Rock student’s degree is 20 years in the making

Most people may remember 1999 for the song (“Party Like It’s 1999”), the Y2K scare, and the excitement of the start of a new millennium.  Continue reading “UA Little Rock student’s degree is 20 years in the making”

University of Arkansas at Little Rock

UA Little Rock ranked top college for affordable online journalism education

The University of Arkansas at Little Rock has been ranked among the most affordable colleges in the country offering online degrees in the journalism field.  Continue reading “UA Little Rock ranked top college for affordable online journalism education”

Tori Watson

Watson receives 2018 Parins Scholarship from Sequoyah National Research Center

Tori Watson, a graduate student pursuing a Master of Arts in professional and technical writing at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock, is the 2018 recipient of the James W. Parins Intern Scholarship at the Sequoyah National Research Center.  Continue reading “Watson receives 2018 Parins Scholarship from Sequoyah National Research Center”

Sheila Speer

Grad looks forward to future career as teacher, writer

Sheila Speer first got a taste of college life by taking two Western civilization courses at Little Rock Air Force Base nearly 25 years ago.  Continue reading “Grad looks forward to future career as teacher, writer”