UCA speech-language pathology students will gain specialized clinical experiences to treat Parkinson’s patients with the help of a recent grant awarded to the Speech-Language-Hearing Center.
The archives recently scanned and uploaded over a thousand UCA photos to their digital collection, with photos dating back to 1907.
Banned Books Week is an annual celebration of the freedom to read. The Torreyson Library celebrated by hosting an outdoor reading of some challenged literature from Monday, Sep. 19 to Friday, Sep. 23 in front of the library.
Associate professor of creative writing Mark Spitzer coordinated a student-led interview with Arkansas poet Paulette Guerin that was published July 10 in the Parhelion literary journal.
Reinvest in Conway is a local grassroots organization that advocates for social change. For the month of September, they have partnered with AR Period Poverty Project to supply the Conway community with essential menstruation products.
Microtransit, Conway’s first public transportation system, will launch Oct. 24, with free rides through Nov. 20.
Adjunct instructor of marketing Wayne Landers offered his sales management students in the spring semester 50 points of extra credit to leave fake, positive reviews on a remodeling business in Conway.
UCA students and the Conway community were invited to celebrate with the UCA Chinese Culture club at its annual Mid-Autumn Festival Friday, Sept. 9, from 4-6 p.m. in the McCastlain Hall Fireplace room.
After dedicating a year and a half to her master’s thesis, University of Central Arkansas computer science alumna Amber Abernathy’s hard work paid off monumentally.
The Alpha Omicron Chapter of Sigma Sigma Sigma, better known as Tri Sigma, was suspended from UCA’s campus on May 10.
After being awarded a National Science Foundation Conference Grant of $49,950 toward Improving Undergraduate STEM Education, Darshon Reed intends to do just that.
Ross Ahlhorn, an assistant professor of trumpet at the University of Central Arkansas, was appointed principal trumpet chair of the Arkansas Symphony Orchestra by winning a national audition in Little Rock, Arkansas.
UCA Assistant Professor in Psychology and Counseling Mollie Price-Blackshear received her sixth publication on a research study aimed to influence the reduction of prejudice in today’s society.
The Disability Resource Center on UCA’s campus has recently changed its name to the Office of Accessibility Resources and Services.
Repairs to Burdick Hall following a fire on May 4 displaced all of the building’s faculty going into the fall 2022 semester, namely UCA’s entire geography department.
Though a threat of rain landed UCA’s annual Conway Daze indoors this fall, students from across campus made their way to the HPER center and met Conway businesses, discovered registered student organizations and took home armfuls of free prizes and handouts Aug. 24.
UCA has become the first college in Arkansas to place opioid overdose rescue boxes across its campus to empower faculty, staff and students to save lives.
Susanna Post graduated from the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville with a degree in math and computer science, but after working for a few years in the oil and gas industry, she decided to go back to school at UCA to receive her teacher licensure.
On July 6, the Women’s Leadership Academy was honored at a ribbon-cutting ceremony for its involvement in the Precious Pantries project.
Julie Meaux, a professor and undergraduate program coordinator of the School of Nursing at the University of Central Arkansas, received the 2022 Outstanding Nurse Educator Award.
The Conway City Council raised the minimum wage to $13 an hour for part-time employees and $15 for full-time employees at their June 28 meeting.
Collective chants of “This is what democracy looks like” rang out through West Capitol Avenue and South Chester Street during the Little Rock Freedom Fighter’s sit-in protest on Friday. Protesters were speaking out against the Supreme Court’s overturning of Roe vs. Wade, a 1973 court case th…
The Arkansas Shakespeare Theater has partnered with the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville and the University of Central Arkansas to bring Shakespeare’s Much Ado About Nothing to life after a two-year break.
UCA participated in a virtual Conway Conversations on Thursday, June 9, regarding the ongoing crisis in Ukraine that featured four panelists and a moderator.
Observed on June 19, “Juneteenth” is a federal holiday that celebrates the ending of slavery in the United States.
UCA’s Reynolds Performance Hall announces over 20 events for the 2022-23 season. Entertainment includes “Spamilton: An American Parody,” Blue Man Group, Amy Grant, speaker Steve Burns and more.
UCAPD, Physical Plant and Conway Fire Department responded to a fire in Burdick Hall May 4.
The Green Bear Coalition discussed its plans Thursday to help clean waterways, provide food for UCA and encouraged others to join their movement to further a greener environment.
On the third Thursday of April 2022, the lives of recently deceased members of the UCA community were honored at the first-ever “Forever a Bear” memorial.
Filmmaker and UCA alum Noah Arthur Woods’ first feature film was showcased at the Arkansas Cinema Society’s Filmland: Arkansas Showcase on April 20 at the CALS Ron Robinson Theater in Little Rock.
The UCA Outreach and Community Engagement is recruiting members for the AmeriCorps program.