The archived stories listed here appear in their original form and may provide historical
context for stories today, but information within the archived stories such as titles
of professors, names of research centers or contact information may no longer be
valid. To check whether information within an older story is still current, please
contact the Arkansas Newswire editor at email@example.com or 479-575-5555
Heartland Challenge Business Competition Moves Online in May
Organizers say moving the event online will allow teams to compete and continue to develop their technology-based ventures.
World Trade Center Receives $700,000 Grant to Aid Disaster Recovery and Resiliency Efforts in Arkansas
The $700,000 grant will be used to expand trade, export and commercialization opportunities for Arkansas businesses and farmers affected by severe weather events last year.
U of A Student Innovation Team Wins Graduate Division at 20th Annual Arkansas Governor's Cup
A University of Arkansas student innovation team seeking to end herbicide drift took the top prize in the graduate division of the 20th annual Arkansas Governor's Cup.
Blending Art and Entrepreneurship
Though Adrienne Callander is an assistant professor of art and entrepreneurship, her research centers on challenging the separation of these two processes. Read about her work in Research Frontiers.
U of A and Northwest Arkansas Council to Support Small Businesses, Nonprofits
The Small Business Emergency Assistance program will help local businesses and nonprofits impacted by the coronavirus by providing free services such as assisting with loan applications and financial reviews.
The Small Business Emergency Assistance program will support businesses and nonprofits impacted by the coronavirus.
World Trade Center Works With SBA to Aid Small Businesses, Agriculture During Pandemic
The World Trade Center of Arkansas is working closely with the U.S. Small Business Administration to promote economic resilience and ease concern among small businesses in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.
McMillons Increase Support for Innovation Studio by $1 Million
Doug and Shelley McMillon’s additional gift will support student work in customer-focused problem solving and innovation.
Applications Open for Summer I-Corps Program for Faculty and Students Interested in Commercialization
A primary goal of this program is to encourage researchers to consider how the commercialization of their research might open new avenues of discovery and promote economic development in the state.
UA Graduate Wins $1,000 In 60-Second Business Pitch Competition
U of A graduate and local small business owner Omar Kasim won over judges at Wednesday's IdeamFame pitch competition, taking home $1,000 he plans to invest in his new company.