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Under New Name, UA-Little Rock Institute Aims to Promote Economic Growth
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Under New Name, UA-Little Rock Institute Aims to Promote Economic Growth

Under its new name, the Arkansas Economic Development Institute, based at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock, is refocusing as a proactive entity promoting economic growth in the state.
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Harding Announces New Accreditation for Nursing Programs

Harding University on Friday announced that its Carr College of Nursing received accreditation in May for several programs from the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE).
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UCA Provost to Step Down As President Seeks Replacement

The University of Central Arkansas' provost will step down at the request of Houston Davis, who took over as the university's president earlier this year.
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ASU-Beebe Names New Marketing, PR Director

Keith Moore of Jacksonville has been named executive director of marketing and public relations at Arkansas State University-Beebe.
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Workable Job Training (Editorial)

As a state's problems go, low unemployment is a good one to have, but it does spell difficulty for Arkansas employers, particularly those seeking highly skilled workers. read more >

To Gain Edge, Manufacturers Enlist Robots This article is available only in print.

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In South Arkansas, Solar Power Is Hot

Storm clouds from Tropical Storm Cindy swirled overhead, but south Arkansas energy officials were all sunshine on Thursday as solar power dominated Ouachita Electric Cooperative's annual meeting. read more >

Arkansas State University to Expand Football Stadium

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Arts Organization Gets Land Near Marshals Museum Site in Fort Smith

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SPONSORED: Building a Sustainable Venture Ecosystem – The Long Game

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Springdale Wins All-America City Award

Springdale on Tuesday announced that it has received the All-America City Award for helping young children achieve grade-level reading proficiency and early school success. read more >

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