The UA Little Rock SGA will be hosting Substance Abuse Awareness Week in solidarity with universities across Arkansas. The week's events will be made possible through a free partnership with RiverStone Wellness Center, an outpatient therapy … [Continue reading] about SGA hosts Substance Abuse Awareness Week
A graduate student’s concern led to an impromptu election at the Feb. 21 SGA meeting. Natalie Snow, a doctoral candidate and graduate assistant in the department of criminal justice, was sworn in as a senator for the graduate school. Snow said … [Continue reading] about This week in SGA: Feb. 21
Mark Allen Poisel has been vice chancellor for student affairs at UA Little Rock since 2017. In an interview with the Forum, he talked about some of the effects of this year's budget shortfall and gave the best of his knowledge regarding eStem, while … [Continue reading] about Vice chancellor of student affairs on eStem and budget issues
Chancellor Rogerson addressed the results of a study by UA Little Rock's Institutional Effectiveness Committee intended to lay out methods for improving the university's overall success at an open forum in early February. "This really is about … [Continue reading] about Chancellor: increased enrollment and retention key to success
The Anderson Institute on Race and Ethnicity continued their Plain Talk series on race and ethnicity last Tuesday. Jeffrey Nash, former chair of the UA Little Rock department of sociology and anthropology, presented his lecture, "Words and Race: Does … [Continue reading] about Words and Race: Does Black English matter?