Joanna Hall

UA Little Rock Nursing Professor Earns Healthcare Simulation Educator Certification

Joanna Hall, director of simulation and assistant professor of nursing at UA Little Rock, has earned the Certified Healthcare Simulation Educator (CHSE) certification. Continue reading “UA Little Rock Nursing Professor Earns Healthcare Simulation Educator Certification”

Kennedy Whitehead, School of Nursing, First generation student spotlight 2021

First-Generation Student Spotlight: Kennedy Whitehead

In honor of First-Generation College Student Celebration Month, UA Little Rock is profiling some of its outstanding first-generation students.

Kennedy Whitehead is a sophomore nursing major from North Little Rock. She is the first in her family to pursue a post-secondary education. Continue reading “First-Generation Student Spotlight: Kennedy Whitehead”

Lakeisha Falls; First-generation student profiles 2021

First-Generation Student Spotlight: Lakeisha Falls

In honor of First-Generation College Student Celebration Month, UA Little Rock is profiling some of its outstanding first-generation students and alumni.

Lakeisha Falls is a first-generation UA Little Rock nursing faculty member from Blytheville, Arkansas.

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UA Little Rock nursing students administer a flu vaccine during a campus wide clinic. Students and staff were able to receive a free flu vaccine at the annual event held by UA Little Rock Health Services and the Department of Nursing.

UA Little Rock to Hold Flu Clinics Oct. 13-19

UA Little Rock Health Services will offer flu shots to the campus community during campuswide clinics Oct. 13-19.
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Senior nursing students in the UA Little Rock School of Nursing prepare for transition to practice by participating in an Emergency Room simulation in the Center for Simulation Innovation.

UA Little Rock Receives $165k Grant for Center for Simulation Innovation

The Willard & Pat Walker Charitable Foundation has awarded the University of Arkansas at Little Rock a $165,000 grant for the Center for Simulation Innovation in the School of Nursing.  Continue reading “UA Little Rock Receives $165k Grant for Center for Simulation Innovation”