The 2020 Student Research and Creative Works Expo launches April 17 and will be conducted through the free event app Whova. Continue reading “2020 Student Research and Creative Works Expo moves online”
The University of Arkansas at Little Rock will accept applications for the university’s Signature Experience Program until Oct. 31 to encourage and support students in the development of high-impact research or creative projects mentored by a faculty member through the 2019-20 academic year. Continue reading “Applications for Signature Experience Grants open until Oct. 31”
Het Adhvaryu, a senior biology major and chemistry minor, is a long way from his native India, but over the past three years, UA Little Rock has become his second home. For the past three years, he has been an International Student Services Ambassador, and he is president of the International Club, a student organization for international students. Continue reading “Campus living provides home away from home for international student”
More than 150 UA Little Rock students will present work at this year’s expanded Student Research and Creative Works Showcase on Thursday, April 12, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the Jack Stephens Center. Continue reading “Student Research and Creative Works Showcase expands to Jack Stephens Center”
Undergraduate students at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock are eligible to receive $1,000 to fund a signature experience during the spring 2018 semester. Continue reading “Application deadline for Signature Experience Awards is Oct. 16”
A group of nine students from India completed internships in cutting-edge research areas at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock this summer. Continue reading “Indian students complete summer research program at UA Little Rock”
The Student Research and Creative Works Expo at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock is headed in a new direction. Continue reading “UA Little Rock moves toward innovative presentations as future of student expo”
Genetic research by a University of Arkansas at Little Rock student that could one day aid Mars colonists was one of only 10 student projects highlighted during a national NASA Space Grant conference.