New rules for tailgating — Adaptive Athletics tournament — Roll Tide in Jerusalem — and more.
Fighting poverty through shoe distribution — Fulbright scholar offers advice to students — Aid to flood victims — and more.
A new tailgating area combining all of the fun of Gameday with an atmosphere conducive for families will be available for the first home football game, Saturday, Sept. 10, and throughout the season.
UA art installation on African-American migration; Get on Board Day; UA students in film festival; and more.
This week at The University of Alabama: Media availability Tuesday on UA Gamedays – Robotics team prepares for NASA challenge – Law professor’s new book examines Iran’s nuclear programs – Adapted Athletics professor to be featured in documentary – Tennis player training for Paralympics –– Commentary available on flooding
UA professor receives grant for flood protection study — Star-gazing on campus — Companies graduate from The Edge — and more.
UA assists victims of Louisiana floods — A new ride-share program — Veterans Hospital job fair — and more.
Dr. Lesley Jill Gordon, former professor of history at the University of Akron, is the new Charles Grayson Summersell Endowed Chair of Southern History at The University of Alabama.
The University of Alabama’s department of physics and astronomy invites members of the community to attend a series of public nights this season to look at the heavens through UA telescopes.
Early modern literary scholar Dr. Michelle M. Dowd has been named Hudson Strode Professor of English and the new director of The University of Alabama’s Hudson Strode Program in Renaissance Studies.
UA’s plan for growth — Center for Academic Success expands — North Lawn Hall opens — and more.
“Buy for RISE,” a charity sale and silent auction, will raise money for The University of Alabama’s RISE Center Friday, Aug. 26, and Saturday, Aug. 27, at the center, 600 Johnny Stallings Drive, across from University Medical Center.
Dr. Forrest Scogin, professor of psychology at The University of Alabama, received the American Psychological Association Committee on Aging’s Award for the Advancement of Psychology and Aging at its annual convention earlier this month.
Virtual sandbox teaches about floods — RISE Center holds sale — Workplaces still dominated by men — and more.
UA helps out Hobson City celebration — Seeking tenure-track faculty — UA student aims for Paralympics — and more.
MONDAY, AUG. 22 – SUNDAY, AUG. 28, 2016 BEST BETS WHEELCHAIR TENNIS PLAYER TRAINING FOR PARALYMPICS – Shelby Baron, a Hawaii native and UA communicative disorders major, will compete for the United States Women’s Wheelchair Tennis team in the 2016 Paralympic Games in Rio, which begin Sept. 7. Baron, who is training for her first […]
Expert discusses Olympics coverage — Aiding flood victims in Louisiana — Banking conference planned — and more.
UA classes begin — UA president addresses class — Researchers to look at IPOs from 1996 — and more.
The University of Alabama today unveiled a five-year strategic plan to serve as the roadmap for its future success.
UA professor leads key police forum — UA student from Shelby County gets a solo — Three friends come to UA — and more.
Legal scholars and members of the banking community will visit The University of Alabama School of Law Aug. 26 to discuss bank director and officer responsibilities.
The University of Alabama was awarded a $100,000 grant to support research to understand the factors leading to the successes and failures of businesses that went public in 1996, the largest initial public stock offering class on record.
The University of Alabama announced today it is beginning its search for a new provost and executive vice president for academic affairs.
UA’s Ripple Effect — Women in Olympics coverage — Commentary by UA experts on politics — and more.
TUSCALOOSA, Ala.— A total of 29 images taken by young African American girls from Hobson City will be on display at The University of Alabama’s Paul R. Jones Gallery of Art in downtown Tuscaloosa from Wednesday, Aug. 24, through Friday, Sept. 30. The exhibit, “#blackgirls4change: The Hobson City 9, Cultivating Community and Creating Change,” is free and […]