The George W. Donaghey Emerging Analytics Center™ (EAC) is a research center that houses an energetic group of faculty, researchers, and students performing innovative research in technology, infrastructure and applications for virtual reality, visualization, and interactive technologies.
Arkansas Studies Institute (ASI) combines the archival holdings of two institutions, UA Little Rock and the Central Arkansas Library System’s Butler Center for Arkansas Studies, under one roof.
The UA Little Rock Center for Arkansas History and Culture is housed in the Arkansas Studies Institute, a partnership between UA Little Rock and the Central Arkansas Library System. ASI is open to anyone interested in researching Arkansas history.
The Center for Innovative Nanotechnology Sciences (CINS) is a state-of-the-art, user-oriented facility focused on research, hands-on education, and development of commercially viable technologies.
The Center for Molecular Design and Development provides the state of Arkansas with state-of-the-art molecular modeling capabilities, using some of the most powerful computational facilities and molecular modeling software in the
The Ottenheimer Library collects, organizes, and provides access to information resources and library services that enrich and support the university’s research and teaching mission, foster intellectual development, and promote academic excellence.
The collections of UA Little Rock’s Sequoyah National Research Center constitute the largest assemblage of Native American expression in the world. Our mission, to acquire and preserve the writings and ideas of Native North Americans, is accomplished through collecting the written word and art of Native Americans and creating a research atmosphere that invites indigenous peoples to make the Center an archival home for their creative work.