Antoinette Grajeda

KUAF host and contributor of "Ozarks at Large"

Antoinette Grajeda is a news producer for Ozarks at Large. She began her professional career as a print journalist in 2007 and joined the KUAF staff in 2009. She earned a B.A. in Journalism and in Spanish from the University of Arkansas. Since 2007, Antoinette has participated in the NWA Gridiron Show, which raises money for scholarships. She has also volunteered with the Lemke Journalism Project since 2008. This six-week program teaches high school students about different aspects of journalism. Antoinette lives in Rogers.

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University of Arkansas students have been working with Starship Technologies on a pilot program that would allow packages to be delivered via a robot. The project is one of a handful within the McMillon Innovation Studio.

On today's program, a look at tactical urbanism and how the design technique is transforming downtown streets and intermodal corridors in Fayetteville. Also, we hear about the Arkansas Highway and Transportation Department's plans to update the I-49 interchange at Wedington Drive, and we learn about a recent report that suggests the University of Arkansas -Fort Smith has an economic impact of more than $300 million

About every four years, the University of Arkansas Fort Smith conducts an economic impact study. According to the latest report, the university had a $301 million impact in fiscal year 2016.

On today's program, we hear about a new documentary that looks at students and science fairs in Alpena, Alma, and at Haas Hall Academy. We also hear how Gravette High School is offering vocational and technical training, including courses in HVAC and welding, to its students. The school is now collaborating with other school districts to establish a more permanent regional career center.

On today's program, we hear about a new documentary that looks at students and science fairs in Alpena, Alma, and at Haas Hall Academy. We also hear how Gravette High School is offering vocational and technical training, including courses in HVAC and welding, to its students. The school is now collaborating with other school districts to establish a more permanent regional career center.

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