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Professor Emeritus Terry Richard named Humanitarian of the Year

A retired University of Arkansas at Little Rock professor—an advocate for the Hispanic and Latino communities—will be recognized by Just Communities of Arkansas at its humanitarian awards ceremony. 
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UA Little Rock student wins award to transcribe music of world-renowned Arkansas fiddle player

A University of Arkansas at Little Rock student hopes to make the musical stylings of a famous Arkansas fiddle player easier to learn by identifying the unique elements of his signature music style.

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Kari Payton, a May graduate of UALR, is now an industrial engineer in global plant support with LM Wind Power in Little Rock. Photo by Lonnie Timmons III/UALR Communications.

UALR graduate finds success at LM Wind Power

In 2011, Kari Payton arrived at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock as a decorated athlete with a bright college basketball career ahead of her.

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Patricia Hill Collins

Author, sociologist Patricia Hill Collins to present “Still Brave?” lecture

The University of Arkansas at Little Rock Cooper Honors Program in English will host Patricia Hill Collins, sociologist and author of seminal works on black feminism and race scholarship, at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, March 17, in Stella Boyle Smith Concert Hall in the Fine Arts Building.

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UALR professor records a disappearing culture

In Japan, the Ainu people are disappearing.

Dr. Kinko Ito, sociology professor at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock, set out to record their stories before their culture is lost.

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Walker Lecture Series features talk on late onset offenders

Dr. Marv Krohn will speak at the 2014 Sheriff Orval Walker Lecture Series presented by the UALR Department of Criminal Justice from 10 a.m. to noon Oct. 10 in the Arkla Room of Ross Hall. Continue reading “Walker Lecture Series features talk on late onset offenders”