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eVersity Extends Helping Hand to Our House

While seeking employers that the University of Arkansas System eVersity can help provide online educational opportunities, Christopher Dickie found inspiration.  When Dickie, director of employer relations and community outreach at eVersity, walked into Our House, a Little Rock homeless shelter, and witnessed the work of its Career Center, it was overwhelming.  “The amount of community support it receives, […]

eVersity Wins International Distance Learning Award

LITTLE ROCK, AR (May 10, 2016) – A cutting-edge online learning collaboration between the University of Arkansas System eVersity and the University of Arkansas at Monticello (UAM) was honored by the United States Distance Learning Association (USDLA) with a prestigious international distance learning award presented for excellence in distance learning. The USDLA presented its 2016 Best […]

eVersity to Host OER Symposium April 8 in Little Rock

Want to share experiences and learn more about open educational resources (OER)? The experts at the UA System eVersity have you covered April 8. 

Instructional Designers Creating an Online Experience for Students

Building the state’s only 100 percent-online university from the ground up has allowed the University of Arkansas System eVersity to rethink the way courses are presented. 

Education a Key to Healthy Communities

Michael Moore, Ph.D., chief academic and operating officer of the University of Arkansas System eVersity, told a large crowd of city officials and guests at the Arkansas Municipal League’s annual Fall Conference that education lifts communities. 

Are you ready to rethink college?

The University of Arkansas System will soon launch Arkansas’ first entirely online education — eVersity. Thank you to Arkansas Money & Politics for showing your support! Read full article. 

eVersity Prepares for Launch

Today, eVersity Chief Academic and Operating Officer, Michael Moore, spoke with Arkansas Business about an exciting new offering available to Arkansans beginning Fall 2015. Thank you to Arkansas Business and KTHV for sharing your support of our vision! Read the full article on KTHV’s website. 

Tyson Gifts $500,000 to eVersity

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (January 21, 2015) – eVersity, the University of Arkansas System’s online university designed for Arkansans seeking a second chance at a college degree, today received a $500,000 contribution from The Tyson Foods Foundation, Inc. and the Tyson Family to help further the mission of this new initiative. “When I first learned of […]

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