In 1999, Dr. Thomas Lynch, faculty emeritus of biology, started donating a portion of every paycheck to create an endowed scholarship in his and his late wife Debbie’s name to benefit biology students at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock. Continue reading “Faculty Emeritus Thomas Lynch joins Dean’s Science Council”
The University of Arkansas at Little Rock raised $60,000 for undergraduate mathematics and science students during the eighth annual Fribourgh Award Reception held Sept. 28 at Pleasant Valley Country Club. Continue reading “Fribourgh Award Reception raises $60,000 for STEM scholarships at UA Little Rock”
In 2005, Cheryl Avants, clinical pharmacist for national accounts at Arkansas Blue Cross Blue Shield, went to great heights to provide an education for African children left orphaned by AIDS. Continue reading “Cheryl Avants joins Science Dean’s Council”
Michael Bauer isn’t sure what direction his life might have taken if a University of Arkansas at Little Rock professor hadn’t taken a special interest in him while he was a graduate student.
When Jamilyn Noble was in fourth grade, her brother found a unique way to keep her off his back. Continue reading “UA Little Rock alumni encourage students to pursue STEM careers”
Jerry and Sherri Damerow, longtime supporters of STEM education at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock, will be honored during the eighth annual Fribourgh Award Reception. Continue reading “Jerry and Sherri Damerow to receive UA Little Rock Fribourgh Award”