As a child growing up in Cincinnati, Ohio, Anne Turner, assistant professor in the Department of Construction Management and Civil and Construction Engineering at UA Little Rock, has always had a love of math and science, especially physics. It came as no surprise to her family when she decided to become an engineer. Continue reading “Women in Construction Week: Anne Turner”
Vernard Henley, assistant dean of the UA Little Rock College of Engineering and Information Technology, grudgingly agreed that taking a pie in the face in front of a cheering crowd of UA Little Rock students and employees on Pi Day was worth it to support female engineering students. Continue reading “EIT employees take pie in the face to support women engineers”
For Zaire Husband, choosing a college was about finding a place with a program that best fit her career interests. UA Little Rock was close to home, affordable, and had a Computer Science program that fit her needs. Continue reading “Zaire Husband: Future Cyber Activist”
Edyta Osieczko has always dreamed of following in her father’s footsteps to become an engineer. Continue reading “UA Little Rock student hopes to be Construction Intern of the Year”
Three University of Arkansas at Little Rock employees from the George W. Donaghey College of Engineering and Technology graciously took pies in the face to raise money for the university’s chapter of the Society of Women Engineers.
Continue reading “EIT employees take pie in the face for a good cause”