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UA Little Rock Issues Proclamation on National Day of Racial Healing 2022

The University of Arkansas at Little Rock has issued a proclamation joining the State of Arkansas in designating Jan. 18 as the National Day of Racial Healing 2022. UA Little Rock will join communities and campuses across the state in celebrating a weeklong schedule of events in observance of the National Day of Racial Healing.  Continue reading “UA Little Rock Issues Proclamation on National Day of Racial Healing 2022”

Christine Jones is the Graduate Assistant for the College of Humanities, Arts, Social Sciences, and Education. Photo by Ben Krain.

Jones Honored with Three Scholarships, Two Internships

Christine Jones, of Cabot, is a blogger, writer, editor, and graduate student in the Professional and Technical Writing Program at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock.  Continue reading “Jones Honored with Three Scholarships, Two Internships”

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Graduating SGA President DeKay Headed to George Mason University to Pursue Law Degree

After just three years at UA Little Rock, Landon DeKay, of Maumelle, has completed his studies one year ahead of schedule and will graduate with a bachelor’s degree in political science this month. Continue reading “Graduating SGA President DeKay Headed to George Mason University to Pursue Law Degree”

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UA Little Rock to hold open forums on race and ethnicity Nov. 11 and 12

The University of Arkansas at Little Rock will hold a new round of open forums on race and ethnicity with faculty and staff on Nov. 11 and 12. Continue reading “UA Little Rock to hold open forums on race and ethnicity Nov. 11 and 12”

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Chancellor Drale announces members of new race and ethnicity committees

Chancellor Christina Drale has announced the members of two new UA Little Rock committees focused on race and ethnicity, which are a part of new campus diversity initiatives initiated this fall.

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Chancellor Drale invites campus community to join new race and ethnicity committees, announces new campus-wide book discussion

As part of the new diversity initiatives beginning this fall at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock, Chancellor Christina Drale is seeking members of the UA Little Rock community to join two new committees focused on race and ethnicity issues.

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