Million Dollar Band prepares for football season – UA report shows Samford’s economic impact
For his work in “Sycamore Row,” New York Times bestselling author, lawyer and previous Harper Lee Prize winner John Grisham received the 2014 Harper Lee Prize for Legal Fiction.
UA prof studies sleep deprivation among college students – UA social work students intern at Walter Reed – Professor finds new plant species – University Medical Center expands hours – Student helps establish new scholarship – Blood drive held on campus – Old pictures show Million Dollar Band’s early days – and more…
The Hudson Strode program in Renaissance Studies in the English department of The University of Alabama will kick off a monthly Shakespeare on Film series at 7:30 p.m. Monday, Sept. 15 at the Bama Theatre in downtown Tuscaloosa. The series, which will continue through April, features a range of films with Shakespearian themes. It will include the popular, contemporary film “Ten Things I Hate about You” as well as such classics as”West Side Story” and lesser-known but equally relevant works including ” The Bad Sleep Well.”
UA students participate in Semester at Sea – New kinesiology class offers horseback riding – Al’s Pals adds new schools – UA senior develops program to help fund first generation students – UA expert comments on Tor network – Blood drive held on campus – New dance prof brings diverse styles to UA – and more…
The 2014 University of Alabama Distinguished Lectures in Sport Management series offers the University and West Alabama communities talks ranging from marketing the Harlem Globetrotters to career opportunities in the sporting goods industry.
University Medical Center, located on The University of Alabama campus, has expanded its evening hours to include scheduled patient appointments.
UA seeks donations for Rising Tide Scholarship – New, renovated buildings open on campus – Two new sorority houses open – STEM Path to MBA steers students to two degrees in five years – West Alabama Recycling Partnership receives grant – and more…
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Three University of Alabama physicists are among dozens of researchers planning and developing a new international search for dark matter – invisible material scientists believe makes up roughly 27 percent of the universe’s mass.
UA researchers study restless leg syndrome – UA study shows students not getting enough sleep – New facilities open on UA campus – Enrollment increasing – Freshmen participate in Alabama Action – Football players cut hair for charity – Students benefit from studying abroad – UA students intern at amphitheater — World War I exhibit at Gorgas Library – and more…
This week at The University of Alabama: UA study looks at students’ reasons for insufficient sleep – Social work student wins national award – UA experts comment on optimizing energy during the workday, impact of SEC Network
As more Americans work long hours, it is no surprise that individuals are looking for ways to improve energy, feel better and perform at their best – both at work and at home. The University of Alabama’s Dr. Rebecca Kelly offers a daily guide on how to do just that.
Fall semester underway at UA – Alabama Public Radio fundraiser planned – UA nursing student featured in Q&A
The University of Alabama’s Culverhouse School of Accountancy’s undergraduate and master’s programs are ranked eighth in the nation and the doctoral program 12th.
Fall classes begin at UA – Joe Scarborough to speak at Blackburn Institute event – UA prof writes book about 2011 tornado – UA expert’s research shows students don’t get enough sleep – Steven Hood named interim vice president – Community Service Center changes name – New Student Activities Center opens
Kristin R. Di Bona, a doctoral candidate and graduate research assistant in The University of Alabama’s department of biological sciences, has been named the 2014 recipient of the Teratology Society’s Marie W. Taubeneck award.
Abraham Lincoln letters found at UA – UA students spend first week volunteering – Students participate in ‘Ripple Effect’ – UA social work students intern at Walter Reed Medical Center – UA prof named to Alabama Graphite Corp.’s advisory council – CBER updates state economic forecast – Students attend Week of Welcome events – and more…
Beginning Aug. 25, The University of Alabama’s College of Arts and Sciences Ambassadors will conduct a two-week-long campaign to promote The Rising Tide Scholarship, which will provide a helping hand to students facing a variety of challenges.
College students are typically more sleep deprived than the rest of us and often ignore the health benefits of adequate slumber, said a University of Alabama researcher who studies the topic.
New recreation center opens at UA – UA journalism prof publishes ‘The Storm and the Tide’ – UA prof joins Alabama Graphite Corp.’s technical advisory council – UA expert speaks at Mobile community conversation
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