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Corey Alderdice Named Board President of the National Consortium of Secondary STEM Schools (Movers & Shakers)

He is the director of the Arkansas School for Mathematics, Sciences & the Arts. read more >
ASMSA Creativity Annex 200 Whittington Ave. Corey Alderdice, director of Arkansas School for Mathematics, Sciences & the Arts, looks forward to the opening of the $4.7 million addition for music, studio arts, visual arts and more. Work on the 21,000-SF project should be complete before Thanksgiving.

ASMSA Celebrates 25 YearsLock Icon

The Arkansas School for Mathematics Sciences & the Arts began its first year of book learning and more back in 1993. read more >
Majestic LocationBrainstorming on what to do with the nearly 5-acre former site of the Majestic Hotel is winding down. Destruction of the vacant landmark hotel that began with years of neglect was accelerated by fire and a partial teardown in 2014, pushed by safety-driven condemnation in 2015 and completed with final demolition in 2016.
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Spa City Surge: New Players Shaking Up Downtown Hot Springs

New takes on old properties have become a trending theme for activity in downtown Hot Springs. Redevelopments dominate the storyline, but new construction provides an undercurrent to the narrative. read more >
Blue Sail Coffee's space on the first floor of the Little Rock Tech Park. 
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School for Math & Science Leases Tech Park Space

The Little Rock Technology Park says the Arkansas School for Mathematics, Sciences & the Arts in Hot Springs will lease space at the park for its Coding Arkansas' Future initiative. read more >
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Arkansas School for Math, Science & Arts Gets $300K Grant

The Arkansas School for Mathematics, Sciences & the Arts in Hot Springs gets a $300,000 grant from the Oaklawn Foundation for construction of a $4.5 million, 20,000-SF Creativity and Innovation Complex. read more >
Brant Collins envisions using Google Glass for his work at Station X, his Little Rock video production company. 
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Arkansans Look Through Google Glass, See the Future

Google Glass is a lightweight headset packed with Wi-Fi and Bluetooth technology that can connect to the Internet and link to a smartphone. Using a tiny lens on the front corner just above the eye, Glass shoots high-quality 720p video and 5-megapixel photos. read more >