Tori Watson

Watson receives 2018 Parins Scholarship from Sequoyah National Research Center

Tori Watson, a graduate student pursuing a Master of Arts in professional and technical writing at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock, is the 2018 recipient of the James W. Parins Intern Scholarship at the Sequoyah National Research Center.  Continue reading “Watson receives 2018 Parins Scholarship from Sequoyah National Research Center”

The 2018 graduates of the ACCE program include (L to R): Back row: John Steele, ACCE instructor, and graduates John Rockefeller and Breah Hampton. Middle row: Graduates Ford McGahee, Jonmichal Walker, Joshua Fletcher, Davion Green, Juan Rodriguez, and ACCE Instructor Leslie Harms. Front row: Kari Lott, Curtina Jackson, Chasity Mathis, Nicholas Austin, and Aaron Sullivan.

Second ACCE cohort graduates from UA Little Rock

Kari Lott has a dream to one day save up enough money to open and run her own restaurant, a dream she is determined to make come true through her hard work and inspiring attitude.  Continue reading “Second ACCE cohort graduates from UA Little Rock”

The healing totem in the National Library of Medicine herb garden began its year-long journey in 2010, with the selection of a downed 500-year-old red cedar by Jewell Praying Wolf James.

UA Little Rock to host open house, film screening exploring health and illness among native populations

The University of Arkansas at Little Rock will hold an open house and film screening for an exhibit exploring the concepts of health and illness among Native Americans, Alaska Natives, and Native Hawaiians. Continue reading “UA Little Rock to host open house, film screening exploring health and illness among native populations”

Dr. Daniel Littlefield, director of the Sequoyah National Research Center, stands among the center's extensive collection of Native American information. Photo by Lonnie Timmons III/UA Little Rock Communications.

Sequoyah National Research Center receives grant to allow public to search collections online

The Sequoyah National Research Center at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock (SNRC) has received a $22,283 grant from the Arkansas Natural and Cultural Resources Council to allow online access to its extensive collections.  Continue reading “Sequoyah National Research Center receives grant to allow public to search collections online”

Erin Fehr, Donna Rose, Karen Russ, and Carol Macheak hold volumes of “The Handbook of North American Indians,” the historic publication Ottenheimer Library has agreed to preserve.

Ottenheimer Library becomes first Preservation Steward Library in state

The University of Arkansas at Little Rock’s Ottenheimer Library is the first library in Arkansas to become a Preservation Steward Library in the U.S. Government Publishing Office’s Federal Information Preservation Network.  Continue reading “Ottenheimer Library becomes first Preservation Steward Library in state”

The healing totem in the National Library of Medicine herb garden began its year-long journey in 2010, with the selection of a downed 500-year-old red cedar by Jewell Praying Wolf James.

UA Little Rock to host exhibit exploring health concepts of native populations

The University of Arkansas at Little Rock Sequoyah National Research Center will host an exhibit exploring health and illness among Native Americans, Alaska Natives, and Native Hawaiians.  Continue reading “UA Little Rock to host exhibit exploring health concepts of native populations”