A second group of undergraduate students from across the country spent the summer at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock investigating Muslim hate crimes and anti-Muslim sentiment in Arkansas as part of a three-year National Science Foundation grant project. Continue reading “Student Researchers Investigate Muslim Hate Crimes in Arkansas”
The University of Arkansas at Little Rock has chosen Drs. Robert Lytle, Rebecca Glazier, Stephen Grace, Mark Baillie, and John Kirk as the winners of the 2023 Faculty Excellence Awards.
Continue reading “UA Little Rock Honors Lytle, Glazier, Grace, Baillie, Kirk as 2023 Faculty Excellence Winners”
The Arkansas Department of Corrections has awarded the University of Arkansas at Little Rock a multi-year contract of more than $453,000 to study and assess prison culture and climate in Arkansas. Continue reading “UA Little Rock awarded $453,000 contract from Arkansas Department of Corrections to study state’s prison culture and climate”
Two criminal justice professors at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock have been awarded a $324,987 grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF) to fund a three-year program to study anti-Muslim sentiment and Muslim hate crimes in Arkansas. Continue reading “UA Little Rock Receives Nearly $325,000 NSF Grant to Shine Light on Muslim Hate Crimes in Arkansas”
University of Arkansas at Little Rock criminal justice students presented their research on criminology topics at the American Society of Criminology conference Nov. 13-16, 2019, in San Francisco, California. Continue reading “Criminal justice students, professors present research at American Society of Criminology”
University of Arkansas at Little Rock researchers are investigating the attitudes of Muslims toward homosexuality and marriage equality. Continue reading “UA Little Rock researchers investigate if religion predicts attitudes toward LGBQ, marriage equality”