Two talented student journalists from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock have been selected as part of the Arkansas Newspaper Foundation’s 2021 summer internship program. Continue reading “Two UA Little Rock Students Selected for Arkansas Newspaper Foundation Summer Internship Program”
Alexandria Brown, a senior mass communication major at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock, has been honored for her work with the very first story she ever made for UA Little Rock Public Radio. Continue reading “Brown Honored in 2021 Diamond Journalism Awards”
The University of Arkansas at Little Rock has been recognized by Study.com as having some of the top ranking bachelor’s degree programs in web design, business analytics, sociology, and journalism. Continue reading “Study.com Recognizes Four UA Little Rock Degree Programs”
Rodricka Blanks will graduate on Dec. 19 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in mass communication with an emphasis in mass media. She considers herself a “super-transfer student” because of her college journey.
Sonny Rhodes, associate professor at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock School of Mass Communication, is the 2020 recipient of the Arkansas Press Association Journalism Educator of the Year award. Rhodes received the award during a virtual ceremony during the Arkansas Press Association’s convention.
Dr. Mark Giese, retired associate professor of mass communication, passed away Aug. 6 following a brief illness. Continue reading “Announcement on Mark Giese’s Passing”
Jordan Woodson, a mass communication major and political science minor, is one of five college journalists selected for a summer internship by the Arkansas Newspaper Foundation. Continue reading “Arkansas Newspaper Foundation selects Woodson for summer internship”
A University of Arkansas at Little Rock spring graduate with a passion for storytelling has been selected for a competitive summer internship that will serve as the next step in his promising career as a journalist. Continue reading “Graduating student journalist selected for internship with Arkansas Newspaper Foundation”
The University of Arkansas at Little Rock’s School of Mass Communication, along with the Anderson Institute on Race and Ethnicity and the Multicultural Center will present a screening of “Dreamland: Little Rock’s West 9th Street” on Wednesday, Feb. 20, at 6 p.m. in the Stella Boyle Concert Hall in the Fine Arts Building. Continue reading “UA Little Rock to screen “Dreamland: Little Rock’s West 9th Street””