Several graduate programs at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock were named in the 2022 Best Graduate School rankings by U.S. News and World Report. Continue reading “UA Little Rock’s graduate programs named to 2022 U.S. News and World Report Rankings”
While most have embraced the importance of online education because of the coronavirus pandemic, Dr. Rebecca Glazier has been researching its importance for the past decade and has plenty of advice to share.
The University of Arkansas at Little Rock is offering a new course on French politics, led by Dr. Christopher Williams of the School of Public Affairs, during the fall 2020 semester with an option to study in France during the Thanksgiving break. Continue reading “UA Little Rock to offer French politics course with option to study in Paris”
A University of Arkansas at Little Rock professor and international studies scholar has received a grant from Notre Dame’s Global Religion Research Initiative to develop a new international religious freedom course that will be offered at UA Little Rock for the first time in spring 2020. Continue reading “Glazier awarded grant to create international religious freedom course”
Seventeen University of Arkansas at Little Rock students will embark on a once-in-a-lifetime trip to experience the unique culture of Morocco while serving as international diplomats competing at the International Model Arab League conference. Continue reading “UA Little Rock students to compete at International Model Arab League in Morocco”
Three UA Little Rock students are helping to uncover the secret to successful community partnerships between religious and nonprofit organizations in Little Rock. Continue reading “UA Little Rock students conduct research with Little Rock Congregations Study”
Little Rock’s faith leaders share concerns about the city’s future. They see education, race relations, poverty, and mental health as among the many issues affecting the city’s residents and their congregants. Continue reading “Summit brings together city’s religious leaders to identify problems, find solutions”
A University of Arkansas at Little Rock student is conducting research on how measures to address histories of violence affect conflict-affected societies after spending the summer at a prestigious research and graduate preparatory program. Continue reading “UA Little Rock student studies effects of reparations in post-civil war countries”