Dr. Edward O. Wilson, the most highly decorated scientist in the world and a University of Alabama alumnus, has made two major gifts to UA with an approximate value totaling $500,000.
Five University of Alabama students will receive the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Ernest F. Hollings Undergraduate Scholarship for 2014-2016.
UA’s Order of Omega Chapter Announces Awards
Apr 22, 2014
The University of Alabama chapter of Order of Omega announced award recipients at its annual banquet in Tuscaloosa. Order of Omega is the national honorary for fraternity and sorority members.
UA’s Creative Writing Club to Offer Readings
Apr 21, 2014
The University of Alabama’s Spring 2014 Creative Writing Club for high school students will offer its annual reading from 5 to 6:15 p.m. Wednesday, April 23, in Morgan Hall, room 301.
Crimson White editors Mazie Bryant, Abbey Crain and Matt Ford were recognized as winners of the 2014 Ancil Payne Award for Ethics in Journalism.
The University of Alabama Capstone International Center invites the public to learn about and celebrate Japanese culture during the 28th annual Sakura Festival, with events through the end of April.
Apr 21, 2014
This week at The University of Alabama: E.O. Wilson makes gift announcement, participates in symposium – Students receive Goldwater, Hollings scholarships – UA prof’s book looks at impact of PCB pollution on Anniston – UA experts offer tips for high school graduation gifts, how to spot depression in teenagers
The University of Alabama’s Janine Gascoigne offers some gift ideas that might be perfect for your high school graduate.
The University of Alabama National Alumni Association recently named the recipients for the 2014 Distinguished Alumni Awards, 2014 Alumni Student Awards and 2014 Outstanding Senior Awards.
The Barry Goldwater Scholarship and Excellence in Education Program has selected two outstanding University of Alabama students as Goldwater Scholars for 2014-2015. Over the past eight years, UA ranks second among U.S. universities in the number of students receiving scholarships from the Goldwater program.
Dr. Firat Soylu, of Northwestern University, will explain how education can shape neuroscience research at the sixth annual Educational Studies in Psychology, Research Methods Graduate Student Symposium Friday at The University of Alabama.
The University of Alabama Center for Community-Based Partnerships will hold its eighth annual Excellence in Community Engagement awards luncheon at 11:30 a.m. Friday, April 18, in the Bryant Conference Center’s Sellers Auditorium.
The University of Alabama Parent Teacher Leadership Academy will host its graduation ceremony from 6 until 8:30 p.m. Thursday, April 17, at the Hotel Capstone ballroom.
Dr. Marissa Giggie gives some advice to parents on how to spot depression in teenagers.
Update on Greek integration
April 17th, 2014UA President Dr. Judy Bonner updates the UA campus on the integration of the Greek system.
Dr. Judy Bonner delivers the 2014 Spring Faculty/Staff Address
April 17th, 2014On Tuesday, April 8, 2014, UA President, Dr. Judy Bonner, spoke to faculty and staff at the Spring Semester Faculty/Staff Meeting.
The Capstone of Higher Education
April 16th, 2014
UA Health Corner: 40 Weeks of Pregnancy
April 8th, 2014Dr. Kristie Graettinger discusses why it's important for women to have a pregnancy that lasts at least 39 weeks.
Health Corner: Ovulation
April 1st, 2014Dr. Dan Avery explains the process of ovulation and how a woman can tell if she is ovulating.
Health Corner: Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
March 18th, 2014Dr. Cathy Gresham discusses how someone gets diagnosed with chronic fatigue syndrome.
Using sunlight to create energy may seem a simple concept, but simple ideas often take creative solutions to become reality.
Standard interview approaches used in child abuse cases too often result in incomplete pictures, says a University of Alabama social work professor researching the typical practices taken with young victims.
A University of Alabama researcher travels back to her hometown seeking to give rural, Southern, black women a stronger voice in scholarly research.
Initially used in efforts to combat unwanted neurological conditions, brain stimulation is implemented by the military to improve performance of drone operators and snipers. More recently, researchers, like those at UA, are looking at potential academic performance implications.
The Office of Emergency Preparedness recently enhanced its capabilities by hiring a threat assessment specialist and adopting UA’s newly approved behavioral threat assessment guidelines.
Eyeing an opportunity to provide options to University of Alabama students, Hugh Culverhouse and his wife, Eliza, have donated $2 million to The University of Alabama for scholarships.