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UA In the News: April 16-18, 2011

Former UA President Andrew Sorensen dies – Hundreds attend Culture Fest – UA students take “Big River” production to Montgomery – UA gymnastics team wins national championship – A-Day sets attendance record – Saban statue unveiled – Faculty experts comment on Civil War history, SIDS, NASA data, nuclear power – and more…

UA Student News for April 12, 2011

Click on http://uanews.ua.edu/student to view UA Student News on UA’s website if you have problems reading the email subscription. DEADLINES TO REMEMBER April 14 Alabama Forensics Council registration, 210-A Reese Phifer Hall   April 19 SGA director applications, 5 p.m. GENERAL ANNOUNCEMENTS UA students can complete a five-minute survey to provide input regarding the update […]

UA in the News: April 7, 2011

UA researchers study fish for clues about humans -- Students use music as therapy for patients – UA faculty comment on legacy of The Civil War, Munchausen Syndrome by Proxy -- UA women’s wheelchair team wins third national title -- Lee Prize honors best in legal fiction -- Auburn, UA team up for Blitz Build -- University hosts day of service for students – and more…

UA in the News: April 6, 2011

UA honors Coca-Cola Scholarship recipients – Saban statue to debut on A-Day – Students go barefoot for poverty awareness – New SGA president sworn in – UA Afro-American Gospel Choir celebrates 40th anniversary – and more…

UA in the News: April 2-4, 2011

Crowd welcomes new Jewish center at UA – A-Day approaches; Nick Saban statue to be unveiled – Sculpture unveiled at UA child care center – UA faculty provide expert commentary on Tuscaloosa census figures, Alabama’s ethics laws, retail “targeting,” civil rights law – Crimson White named best newspaper in region – and more…

UA in the News: March 29, 2011

Civil rights pioneer addresses students as part of UA’s National Women's History Month celebration – UA professor helps county draw new district lines – UA professor comments on Roy Moore re-entering the political ring – UA prepares for graduation – A-Day set for April 16 – Girl Scout award winner plans to attend UA

UA in the News: January 27, 2011

SGA to supply suits to those in need -- UA archaeologist honored – UA faculty provide expert commentary on Alabama politics, religion in advertising – Lost UA plaque found -- A-Day, homecoming dates are set – UA events – and more …

UA in the News: March 21, 2014

UA students volunteer in Oklahoma during spring break – A-Day to include postgame field access – UA economists analyze state parks’ economic impact – UA researchers study race-wealth divide in foreclosures – History prof’s book looks at socio-political changes in the South – UA study may help predict where lightning will strike – UA expert comments on pythons’ homing ability – Criminal justice prof featured in Q&A

UA in the News: March 5, 2013

UA to honor one of first black faculty members – Engineering students test concrete canoe – Homer Hickam named Cason Award recipient – UA football team’s trip to White House postponed – UA grad competes on ‘Fashion Star’ – Two UA teams advance in Alabama Launchpad Competition – History prof lectures on shorthand – and more…

UA in the News: January 31, 2013

ESPN’s Rece Davis speaks on campus – New UA hovercraft team prepares to race against Auburn – PR prof speaks at conference in Dubai – UA announces dates for A-Day, Homecoming – Campus MovieFest to screen students’ films – UA expert comments on Iran’s atomic activities – and more…

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