The University of Arkansas at Little Rock will honor outstanding graduates Dr. Jaafer Golzar and Helaine Williams with the UA Little Rock Distinguished Alumni awards during a Nov. 4 ceremony at the Clinton Presidential Center. Continue reading “UA Little Rock to honor Golzar, Williams as 2021 Distinguished Alumni”
Dr. Mario Wallace will lead “Small Business Strategies for Success,” a new online series hosted by the Arkansas Small Business and Technology Development Center in partnership with Remix Ideas and Hope Credit Union. Continue reading “Wallace to Lead Business Systems and Strategies Series for Entrepreneurs of Color”
The impressive achievements of future doctor Stuti Chatterjee have earned her the honor of the 2021 Edward L. Whitbeck Memorial Award at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock. Continue reading “Chatterjee named 2021 Whitbeck Memorial Award winner”
In celebration of National Nurses Week May 6-12, UA Little Rock is recognizing outstanding nursing students and upcoming graduates.
For Jade Jones, the journey to a nursing career began with a front row seat in the world of nursing. She will graduate this month with an Associate of Applied Science in Nursing degree, leading her one step closer to her career as an ICU nurse. Continue reading “UA Little Rock celebrates National Nurses Week: Jade Jones”
Drs. Stanley and Jessica Ellis, both 2011 graduates of the University of Arkansas at Little Rock, share a love of life, education, and mentoring that they are now sharing with the world through their first book, “Winning is Planned: A Guide for Young Men Who Plan Their Greatness.” Continue reading “UA Little Rock Alumni Share Secrets to Success in Couple’s First Book”
The University of Arkansas at Little Rock will hold a free lecture on human trafficking on Tuesday, Nov. 10. Continue reading “UA Little Rock to host Nov. 10 lecture on human trafficking”
U.S. Rep. French Hill has recognized a University of Arkansas at Little Rock nursing student for his exceptional work on the frontlines at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences (UAMS).
A University of Arkansas at Little Rock professor has received a $443,854 grant from the National Institutes of Health to develop unique deep learning methods to identify key cell networks in complex diseases. Continue reading “UA Little Rock receives nearly $450,000 to develop deep learning methods to identify cells that advance complex diseases”
The University of Arkansas at Little Rock will honor alumnus Dr. Sara Tariq, associate dean for student affairs in the College of Medicine at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences (UAMS), during the 17th annual premier food event, Taste of Little Rock, on Tuesday, April 7. Continue reading “UA Little Rock to honor alum Sara Tariq at Taste of Little Rock”