Victoria Bussert, Director of Music Theatre at Baldwin Wallace University, heads up a program that trains students to work on Broadway.
Brandy Taylor, 38, is dance major who is deaf. She tried out three times for the Trojan Dance Team and on the third time, she made it!
Asher Franke student and web designer photographed for the major decisions advertising campaign.
UA Little Rock student, James Sellers hangs from a hammock during a session of the Lawn Chair Club.
Freshman systems engineer Micheal Vick, a graduate of eStem charter school working/playing in the robotics lab, one of his favorite places on the UA Little Rock campus.
Victoria Corley photographed for the Annual Fund Mailer.
Zack Whitaker, archivist at the Sequoyah National Research Center.
Adam Tullos and other UA Little Rock alumni work for Nabholz Construction.
Brian Mitchell, assistant professor of history, is the great-great-grand nephew of Oscar Dunn, who was the first African American lt. governor of Louisiana. He is writing a book about Dunn's history. The background image of Dunn is a stereograph by Mathew Brady, the famed Civil War photographer.
Students play guitar and sing near the Old Student Union.
Dr. Daniel Littlefield is the director the Seqouyah National Research Center.
Kat Hall designs costumes for theater program.
Sophomore Sunny Harshdeep just became a U.S. citizen.
Charles W. Donaldson Student Services Center.
Engineering student David Stinnett is an intern for the Arkansas Highway and Transportation Department at the Broadway bridge project in downtown Little Rock.
Asher Franke, web design student.
Taylor Jaggers is a dance performance major, Miss Arkansas Pageant contestant, and dance studio instructor.
Artist alumna Chloe Deaton, who won the Whitbeck award, does metalworking and stop-motion animation.
Dr. Darin Jones, UA Little Rock associate professor of chemistry, envisions a day when patients can battle cancer without chemotherapy side effects such as hair loss, muscle atrophy, and compromised immune systems.
A University of Arkansas at Little Rock graduate student, who is the reigning Miss Greater Little Rock, aims to advance her anti-bullying platform by sharing her personal story.