UA Little Rock student Aiiryel McCoy receives a certificate for presenting during the 10th Annual Arkansas Undergraduate Summer Research Symposium at UAMS.

McCoy Unlocks World of Possibilities at UAMS INBRE Summer Research Program

One University of Arkansas at Little Rock student and budding scientist dove headfirst into their IDeA Network of Biomedical Research Excellence (INBRE)-funded summer research program at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences (UAMS). Continue reading “McCoy Unlocks World of Possibilities at UAMS INBRE Summer Research Program”

Photo of Chanell Smith by Ben Krain

Smith Named New Director of UA Little Rock Health Services

Chanell Smith, a nurse with more than 20 years of experience, has been named the new director of Health Services at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock. Continue reading “Smith Named New Director of UA Little Rock Health Services”

Angie Choi

UA Little Rock Alum Pens Book Detailing Her Survival From Cancer

Angie Choi, a 2015 graduate of UA Little Rock, has written a book detailing how she survived her battle with ovarian cancer using a combination of conventional and alternative medicine. Continue reading “UA Little Rock Alum Pens Book Detailing Her Survival From Cancer”

Taylor Arnold works in the Campus Garden through Trojan Works program, Trojan Works offers on-campus jobs with flexible schedules to help students financially with study-work-life balance.

UA Little Rock Graduate Prepares for Future as Surgeon

A graduating UA Little Rock student is thankful to the university for helping her prepare for a future career helping people as a medical surgeon. Continue reading “UA Little Rock Graduate Prepares for Future as Surgeon”

Kanishka Manna, a Ph.D. student in the joint bioinformatics program at UA Little Rock and UAMS, presented his research at the Intelligent Systems for Molecular Biology Conference held July 10-14 in Madison, Wisconsin.

UA Little Rock Researcher Studying How to Combat Diseases by Identifying Therapeutic Vulnerabilities

A joint UA Little Rock/UAMS doctoral student has been recognized for his research to create a custom protein database to combat complex diseases like melanoma by identifying therapeutic vulnerabilities. Continue reading “UA Little Rock Researcher Studying How to Combat Diseases by Identifying Therapeutic Vulnerabilities”

Taste of Little Rock returns on March 29.

Join Us for Taste of Little Rock 2022!

Bring your appetite, bring your friends, and be ready to taste some of the best culinary creations Little Rock restaurants have to offer!   Continue reading “Join Us for Taste of Little Rock 2022!”

Jerry Damerow presents Carl Rosenbaum with the 2021 Fribough Award from UA Little Rock. Photo by Jen Missouri Photography.

UA Little Rock Honors Safe Foods Co-Founder Carl Rosenbaum, Raises Record-Breaking Amount for STEM Student Scholarships

A visionary entrepreneur and businessman who recognized the potential of a revolutionary new product developed by the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences was honored with the University of Arkansas at Little Rock’s 2021 Fribourgh Award. Continue reading “UA Little Rock Honors Safe Foods Co-Founder Carl Rosenbaum, Raises Record-Breaking Amount for STEM Student Scholarships”

Dr. Jaafer Golzar and Helaine Williams are UA Little Rock's 2021 Distinguished Alumni.

UA Little Rock to honor Golzar, Williams as 2021 Distinguished Alumni

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”