Allison Montgomery, a senior biology major from Talladega, was announced as The University of Alabama’s 2014 Homecoming Queen at the bonfire and pep rally Friday, Nov. 21, on the UA Quad.
UA CAPS researchers say crashes more common during Thanksgiving week – UA researcher studies January ice and snow event – UA expert comments on earthquake – CBER data shows north Alabama unemployment lower than state average – UA prof studies golfing CEOs – Homecoming events
Click on http://uanews.ua.edu/student to view UA Student News on UA’s website if you have problems reading the email subscription. ANNOUNCEMENTS UA ISSUES GUIDELINES FOR TRAVEL TO EBOLA-AFFECTED COUNTRIES — UA encourages all students and employees who are traveling out of the country during the holidays to be mindful of health and safety issues that may […]
Dr. Jesse Prinz, a distinguished professor of philosophy at City University of New York, will discuss values and personal identity in the second lecture of The University of Alabama’s 2014-2015 Philosophy Today lecture series.
‘Discovering Alabama’ showcases state’s resources – UA student selected for U.N. climate change conference – Homecoming court elected – UA’s Science Sunday commemorates Hodges Meteorite – Homecoming activities planned – and more…
Media are invited to the official weigh-in ceremony and final announcement of the winner of the annual Beat Auburn, Beat Hunger food drive at 3 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 25, at the West Alabama Food Bank, 3160 McFarland Blvd., in Northport.
A team of psychology researchers at The University of Alabama has been awarded a two-year contract from the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute to help integrate behavioral health and chronic pain treatment plans into Alabama’s 15 federally-qualified health centers.
The University of Alabama’s Ferguson Student Center is accepting applications for the Penny Allen Award. The award recognizes one student and one nonstudent (faculty, staff, or administrative personnel) who have made a significant contribution to student life at UA.
UA senior to attend U.N. climate change conference – Wearable device to track diet – Study finds work gets in way of CEO’s golf – Study shows fireplaces are relaxing – UA launches economic development program – Honors College hosts discussion on state’s image – Three Minute Thesis winners – Interim course uses game simulation … and more …
Two STEM Path To The MBA students are at the United Nations in New York City today representing The University of Alabama, the Culverhouse College of Commerce and the College of Engineering at the inaugural Women’s Entrepreneurship Day.
The 2014 University of Alabama Homecoming Court was selected in a Tuesday, Nov. 18, student election.
The University of Alabama College of Human Environmental Sciences is honoring 10 of its alumni with the Jack Davis Professional Achievement Awards for their professional accomplishments.
Economic development expert joins UA – Scholarship established in memory of Larry Drummond – UA student chosen to attend climate change meeting – Doctoral students name fellow of International Road Federation – UA prof develops diet tracking device – Bryce campus will serve student growth – UA hosts discussion on reshaping state’s image – Beat Auburn Beat Hunger benefit – Students ‘paint the town red’ for Homecoming – and more…
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 Nominations and applications for Premier Awards, Nov. 21, 5 p.m. Capstone Agency membership applications, Nov. 21, 5 p.m., 412 Reese Phifer Hall Student Opinions of Instruction course-evaluation surveys, Nov. 18-Dec. 7 TODAY Blood drive, 10 […]
‘Discovering Alabama’ celebrates 30 years – Homecoming week kicks off – UA prof develops wearable diet tracker – UA author writes Jerry Lee Lewis’ bio – UA expert comments on economic impact of aerospace industry – Honors College hosts panel discussion on reshaping state’s image – Journalist discusses health care – Huxford Symphony honors long-time supporter – Fashion majors showcase designs – and more…
The University of Alabama’s Alabama Museum of Natural History opens a special exhibit this week for the 60th anniversary of the Hodges Meteorite.
This week at The University of Alabama: Homecoming Week culminates in bonfire, parade, game – Beat Auburn Beat Hunger concludes – Wade named director of Economic Development Academy – Research shows driving dangers during Thanksgiving week – UA hosts second 3MT competition – Student to blog about U.N. climate change conference – Researchers develops diet tracker – UA experts comment on Silk Road 2, preventing cybercrime, preventing diabetes – Lectures, museum programs
The University of Alabama invites local high-school students to sign up for the Spring 2015 Creative Writing Club.
Veteran economic developer Neal Wade has joined The University of Alabama Research and Economic Development team as director of its new Economic Development Academy.
The University of Alabama’s Dr. Diana Dolliver shares some steps people can take to safeguard their financial information and prevent themselves from becoming a victim of cybercrime.
UA swimmer who died in storm to receive NCAA’s Award of Valor – UA researcher develops wearable diet tracker – UA law prof comments on efforts to challenge discrimination based on sexual orientation – Theater, musical performances on campus – ESPN Gameday returns to UA
The University of Alabama’s Honors College will present a Town Hall event titled “Reshaping Alabama’s Image” at 7 p.m. Monday, Nov. 17, in Gorgas Library, room 205.
Automobile crashes caused by deer, alcohol and bad weather are more common during the week of Thanksgiving than the rest of the year, according to a recent study of traffic data by The University of Alabama Center for Advanced Public Safety.
Click on http://uanews.ua.edu/student to view UA Student News on UA’s website if you have problems reading the email subscription. ANNOUNCEMENTS ALABAMA FOOTBALL WELCOMES MISSISSIPPI STATE, ESPN SPORTSCENTER AND ESPN “COLLEGE GAMEDAY” ON SATURDAY — This week’s football game against Mississippi State kicks off at 2:30 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 15, at Bryant-Denny Stadium. The game will […]