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The president of Idestini Dev Studio said the Bryant-based business has grown steadily over the past two years in Saline County and believes her company is right where it belongs.
Friday, Eldredge & Clark, LLP is pleased to announce the recent hire of Kelly Newberg, PHR, SHRM-SCP, who joins the firm as the Director of Human Resources.
From exploring the bowie knife to chatting with a baker that lives in Vermont, Brad Mooy details the expansive topics woven into the 2018 Arkansas Literary Festival.
“I’ve been on a dozen or more nonprofit boards, and I was actually winding back from that,” says Frank Cox, Jr., a partner in the local marketing firm, Cox Minshall Winans.
As a traditional student at Little Rock University (LRU, UA Little Rock’s predecessor), Alfred Williams relished his time spent on campus.
The UA Little Rock William H. Bowen School of Law will welcome three full-time faculty members in the fall 2018 semester.
“It was kind of a surprise,” says Tiffany O’Dwyer looking back on the formation of Modern Realty Group. “But then I quickly thought, ‘Alright, I’m just going to go for it and try my own thing.’”
It was way back in 1926 that movie production crews first made their way into Arkansas, to Helena, where they would shoot scenes for Harry Pollard’s silent film, “Uncle Tom’s Cabin.”
“Public Service, in my opinion, is leadership through civic engagement,” says University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service Dean, James “Skip” Rutherford. “It is not only learning ‘what to do’ or ‘where to do’, but ‘how to do’ and being able to teach others ‘how to do.’”
The University of Kentucky Law Alumni Association Hall of Fame was established to acknowledge graduates and former faculty of the College whose extraordinary professional success and contributions, profound positive influence on the College of Law, and high degree of character and integrity are recognized by their peers. Inclusion in the Hall of Fame is the highest honor bestowed by the College of Law.
Natural State Snapshots
May 1-7, 2017
Photo by Bobby Burton
This is a Crested Iris found in the Ouachita Region.