November 5, 2021

Updated: Rahn Bridge Closed for Renovation

Ben Boulden

Rahn Bridge over Campus Drive and between Parking 2 and the Rahn Building closed Nov. 9 to allow for its renovation. Construction will take about four to six months. The closing was originally scheduled for Nov. 4.

November 4, 2021

Participation, Engagement Strong for Second Annual Health Fair

Ben Boulden

Puru Thapa

More than 500 people Oct. 18 attended the second annual UAMS Health Fair — a 20% increase over the 2020 health fair.

October 27, 2021

22nd Annual Geriatrics Update Examines Key Topics: Herbal Supplements, CBD, COPD, COVID

Ben Boulden

22nd Annual Geriatric Update

When a patient is asked what prescription or over-the-counter drugs they are taking, they seldom include plant-based dietary supplements, even though these supplements can interact and even counteract other medications.

October 14, 2021

UAMS Celebrates Completion of New, $50 Million Electrical Power Plant at Little Rock Campus

Ben Boulden

Chancellor Cam Patterson, right, shares a thumbs-up moment with Little Rock Mayor Frank Scott Jr. after the mayor turned on one of the generators in the new power plant at the conclusion of the formal opening of the facility.

LITTLE ROCK — The University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences (UAMS) today celebrated the completion of a new $50 million electrical power plant on the east side of its Little Rock campus.

UAMS Nurses Showcased in Arkansas Times Annual ‘Nurses Guide’

Ben Boulden

Many UAMS Nurses listed below contributed to the October issue of the Arkansas Times annual ‘Nurses Guide’ entitled ‘The Many Faces of Arkansas Nursing’ in addition to the College of Nursing.

Culinary Medicine Program Opens New Kitchen

Ben Boulden

Little Rock Mayor Frank Scott Jr., far right, holds the ribbon as Gloria Richard-Davis, M.D., gets ready to cut it and officially open the the new Culinary Medicine Kitchen at UAMS.

What used to be a space where people could eat lunch is now a place where people will make lunches and other meals as part of the UAMS Culinary Medicine Program. On Oct. 5, the program reached a milestone in its brief history as it formally opened its new Culinary Medicine Kitchen.

October 12, 2021

Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program Updated

Ben Boulden

The Department of Education recently announced substantial changes to the PSLF Program to make the approval and application process easier for borrowers.

October 7, 2021

‘Light the Night’ Oct. 30 to Benefit Leukemia, Lymphoma Research

Ben Boulden

The UAMS Winthrop P. Rockefeller Cancer Institute is a sponsor of this year’s “Light the Night” event Oct. 30. The event is hosted by the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society.

First Episode in ‘Stories from the Archives’ Series Now Available Online

Ben Boulden

The first episode of “Stories From the Archives” is now online and ready for viewing. In the episode, Tim Nutt, director of the UAMS Historical Research Center, discusses some of the artifacts of Dr. George W.S. Ish.

October 6, 2021

October S.A.F.E. Newsletter Available

Ben Boulden

The October S.A.F.E. newsletter is available. The subject is the National Disability Awareness Month.

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