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Judge Awards $5M to Crain’s Ex-COO

A U.S. District Court judge recently awarded $5 million to the former chief operating officer of Crain Automotive Holdings LLC of Sherwood for money owed under a deferred compensation plan. read more >
Construction / Real Estate / Restaurants & Food / Retail / Tourism

NLR Whataburger Site Sells for $4MLock Icon

A blend of commercial and residential properties comprise this week’s offerings of million-dollar real estate transactions in Pulaski County. read more >
Education

Colleges Work to Counter ‘Enrollment Cliff’ Projected for 2025Lock Icon

While Arkansas' colleges saw a slight increase in enrollment this fall, they are preparing for a period of decline as a result of a fall in birth rates after the 2008 financial crisis. read more >
Education / Government & Politics

UA Little Rock Gets $2M Grant for STEM Education

Funds will be used to expand programs that provide evidence-based teaching workshops and training on learning techniques. read more >
Maria Markham, director of the Arkansas Division of Higher Education
Business Services / Education / Government & Politics / Health Care / Investments / Media & Marketing

Arkansas Colleges Shrinking, and ‘Cliff’ Still LoomsLock Icon

A recent college attendance dip in Arkansas doesn’t reflect the “enrollment cliff” that higher education leaders have harped about for years. It’s been more of a slow roll down to the edge. read more >
Business Services / Government & Politics / Health Care / Insurance / Legal

Employment Lawyers Give Advice After SCOTUS Blocks Vaccine Mandate

Businesses still need to be mindful of state and federal regulations. read more >
Michael Moore, vice president for academic affairs, says single, shorter courses are key to successful online experiences for nontraditional students.
Education / Health Care

Stronach Practicing at UAMS Clinic (Movers & Shakers)

Dr. Benjamin Stronach has joined the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences Health Orthopaedic Clinic in Little Rock as an orthopedic surgeon specializing in hip and knee arthroplasty. read more >
W. Joseph King, president of Lyon College; Houston Davis, president of the University of Central Arkansas; and Michael Moore, chief academic and operating officer for eVersity, are adjusting quickly to online learning in the wake of the global health emergency.
Education / Health Care

COVID-19 Provides Lessons for Arkansas’ UniversitiesLock Icon

Arkansas universities scramble to move their academic courses online so students can finish the current semester. read more >
Michael Moore, vice president for academic affairs, says single, shorter courses are key to successful online experiences for nontraditional students.
Agriculture & Poultry / Business Services / Education / Energy / Government & Politics

UA System’s eVersity Goes to Workplaces

The University of Arkansas System eVersity offers a 5 percent tuition discount to employers who agree to promote the online college to their workers. read more >
The UA System’s eVersity recently earned accreditation from the U.S. Department of Education, said Michael Moore, the chief academic and operating officer for eVersity.
Education

Online Programs Gain Users in Arkansas

Michael Moore, chief academic and operating officer at eVersity, the University of Arkansas System’s online-only university, loves to show how the availability of online education can change lives. read more >
Education / Government & Politics

A Penny for My Thoughts (Gwen Moritz Editor’s Note)

College costs inflating much faster than even health care costs represent a shameful abandonment of American values -- if American values still included concern about future generations. read more >
Michael Moore, vice president for academic affairs, says single, shorter courses are key to successful online experiences for nontraditional students.
Banking & Finance / Energy / Government & Politics

The Student Debt Bubble (Editorial)

Pay attention, all. This tidal wave of unsecured debt could swamp the country’s still less-than-robust recovery. read more >
Gov. Asa Hutchinson signs into law the ARFuture Grant Act, which provides up to two years of tuition and fees at community or technical college to students enrolled in certain high-demand fields of study.
Business Services / Education / Government & Politics / Legal

Higher Education Bubble Vexing for Arkansas Institutions

Runaway inflation in the health care sector is obvious to every American family, but when a kid heads to college, this fact hits home: The consumer cost of higher education has inflated even faster over the past quarter-century. read more >
Michael Moore, vice president for academic affairs, says single, shorter courses are key to successful online experiences for nontraditional students.
Education / Media & Marketing

Inside the UA eVersity: A Different Online-only Education

Michael Moore is navigating an ambitious project: combining technologies and techniques that have been proven to work elsewhere into an entirely new UA member university. read more >
Education

UA eVersity’s Michael Moore Wants Path to Hard Work To Be Easy

Michael Moore’s office shelves are crammed with books on business startups and online learning and psychology and statistics and digital analytics, and he’s using all of them as he plans the launch of the University of Arkansas eVersity. read more >
Education

UA to Offer First Start-to-Finish Online Bachelor’s Degree

Starting this fall, the University of Arkansas will offer its first start-to-finish online bachelor's degree program. The degree will be a bachelor's in business administration from the Sam M. Walton College of Business. read more >
Education / Media & Marketing

UA Aims To Start eVersity By 2015

In March, the University of Arkansas board of directors approved UA System President Donald Bobbitt’s proposal to create the UA System eVersity, an online-only branch of the state system. read more >
Education

UA Trustees Establish Online University

The University of Arkansas Board of Trustees approved Thursday the creation of an online university meant to target adult students. read more >
Donald Bobbitt
Education

Online Education on the Table for UA Board of Trustees

The University of Arkansas' Board of Trustees are set to consider a new online education initiative that would target adults at its Thursday meeting. read more >
Legal

Michael Moore to Lead Arkansas Judges, Lawyers Assistance Program Committee

The Arkansas Supreme Court says a Little Rock man will lead a committee that helps members of the legal profession affected by mental health or substance abuse problems. read more >