UA Little Rock offers workshops for lifelong learning

The University of Arkansas at Little Rock’s Extended Education program is offering a series of how-to workshops led by UA Little Rock faculty and staff. Continue reading “UA Little Rock offers workshops for lifelong learning”

UA Little Rock Downtown opens, announces lecture series

The University of Arkansas at Little Rock celebrated the opening of UA Little Rock Downtown on Wednesday, Jan. 16, with a reception and unveiling of the historic Joe Jones’ 1935 mural, The Struggle in the South. Continue reading “UA Little Rock Downtown opens, announces lecture series”

The workshop, “Writing Family Histories: Discovering, Developing, and Preserving Your Family History,” will be from 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 4, in the UA Little Rock Reynolds Business Building room 104.

UA Little Rock to offer workshop on writing family stories

The University of Arkansas at Little Rock is offering a workshop to teach participants how to preserve their family history by writing up their family’s most compelling tales.  Continue reading “UA Little Rock to offer workshop on writing family stories”

Doyle Rankins stands on the Union Pacific 1960s patio caboose that bears his name. Photo by Ben Krain.

Doyle Rankins’ graduation day is nearly 50 years in the making

The first time Doyle Rankins was a student at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock in 1970, he was a 19-year-old rail service worker for Missouri Pacific Railroad (now Union Pacific) as well as a member of the Arkansas Air National Guard.  Continue reading “Doyle Rankins’ graduation day is nearly 50 years in the making”