Mobile high schoolers sign with UA Early College – UA students to help with Kiwanis’ Pancake Day – Blue Angels fly over UA
Researchers from The University of Alabama, Mississippi State University and Auburn University are formally collaborating to advance water resource issues in their respective states and around the globe.
UA nursing students to study in Cambodia – Blue Angels fly over UA – UA Parenting Assistance Line offers free advice – UA expert comments on potent tobacco – UA study finds state trooper shortage – MIS program partners with MedPass Health – Speaker addresses injustice in food system – UA program assists student-parents
The University of Alabama will recognize the achievement of outstanding students and faculty during Honors Week activities on campus from Monday, March 30, to Sunday, April 5. The Tapping on the Mound ceremony, a tradition since the early 1900s, will be at 1:30 p.m. Friday, April 3, on the Mound at the west side of the UA Quad (rain location will be Moody Music Building Concert Hall). University honoraries Omicron Delta Kappa, Mortar Board, Blue Key National Honor Society and Anderson Society will induct members.
“Making the Grade: Reforming Alabama’s Education” will be the topic of a University of Alabama Honors College Town Hall meeting at 6 p.m. Monday, March 30, in the Ferguson Center Forum on The University of Alabama campus.
The University of Alabama’s Gorgas House Museum will display a new exhibit on the Gorgas family and their experiences during the Civil War beginning on April 3, the day before the 150th anniversary of the burning of UA’s campus by Union forces.
A series of lectures about the Civil War — the 19th annual J.C.C. Sanders Lecture Series — will be held Saturday, April 4, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the Grand Gallery of the Alabama Museum of Natural History on The University of Alabama campus.
The University Medical Center, which is operated by The University of Alabama College of Community Health Sciences, will expand its evening hours beginning next month in an effort to increase access to health care for West Alabama residents.
The celebration honors The University of Alabama organization’s namesake, the late public relations pioneer Betsy Plank.
Wendi Strong will give the 2015 Koten Distinguished Lecture, sponsored by The University of Alabama’s Plank Center for Leadership in Public Relations.
UA students help middle schoolers in rocket contest – Novelist to speak at UA – STEM Path to the MBA co-hosts Startup Weekend – UA expert comments on ways to sleep better – UA student leads engineering team working on Camaro – Panhellenic Easter egg hunt planned – and more…
This year’s Rural Health Conference, slated for April 17 at The University of Alabama, will feature a “cooking challenge.”
The University of Alabama College of Human Environmental Sciences department of consumer sciences will host the Alabama Personal Finance Challenge April 14.
Sankofa African-American Museum on Wheels visits UA – UA to host Service Member to Civilian Summit – UA prof comments on ways to sleep better – UA study says more state troopers needed – Communication studies to host colloquia – CHES to bring back cookbook – UA Revive members empower high schoolers – Al’s Pals president focuses on volunteerism – CHOM to host Duck Derby at UA pool
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The College of Communication and Information Sciences will recognize three outstanding students in the areas of media writing, public speaking and screenwriting with newly created annual awards.
The Alabama Panhellenic Association will host its annual Easter egg hunt for the Tuscaloosa community on the front lawn of the President’s Mansion Sunday, March 29.
A team of University of Alabama engineering students are set to race in the Third Annual University Hoverbowl Challenge near Tuscaloosa March 28.
SGA president-elect participated in CNN panel, visited hometown city council – UA grad students’ company receives Alabama Launchpad funding – UA study says more state troopers needed – UA researcher discovers glass in volcanic ash – UA prof studies history of barbecue – Archaeologists dig at Rickwood Field – UA experts comment on IAEA and Iran’s nuclear program, efforts to catch child pornography users, smoking and e-cigarettes, legal decisions – and more…
This week at The University of Alabama: ‘Sankofa African-American Museum’ visits campus – Diversity expert to speak – UA launches cybercrime minor – UA physicists to work on Large Hadron Collider – Nursing prof looks at emotional intelligence in nursing education – UA experts comment on March Madness and the media, finding a good nursing home and involving children in community service – Events include speech team showcase, Easter egg hunt, Startup Weekend, rocket contest, hovercraft race, Moundville program
A water-rocket contest among middle-school students March 24 is the culmination of an outreach effort by students from The University of Alabama.
Jeffrey A. Levitetz, founder and chair of the Florida-based Purity Wholesale Grocers Inc. and an alumnus of The University of Alabama, will present “Welcome to the Real World: How to Prepare for Life After College,” Tuesday, March 31 at 3:30 p.m. in room 226 of Lloyd Hall on the UA campus.
Two University of Alabama students studying computer science recently finished in the top five at a national computer-science contest.
The University of Alabama’s Dr. Heather Carter-Templeton offers the following tips to help you determine the right nursing home for a loved one.