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UA in the News: May 21, 2015

UA interim class holds mock wedding – UA prof discusses wedding gift etiquette – Student chooses UA over all eight Ivy League schools – Phenix City first generation student to attend UA – UA expert comments on population changes – Music fest to benefit UA autism resource – and more…

Elite Students to Participate in American Legion Boys State on UA Campus

TUSCALOOSA, Ala. — Some 600 Alabama high school seniors will try their hands at politics and community service from Sunday, May 31, to Saturday, June 6, during the 2015 American Legion Alabama Boys State convention on The University of Alabama  campus. During the week, students conduct mock elections and learn about civic processes as well […]

UA Students Learn First-Hand in Co-op during Summer 2015

More than 210 University of Alabama students during summer 2015 are receiving a hands-on educational experience at more than 60 companies and organizations through UA’s Cooperative Education Program.

UA Offers Creative Writing Camp for Students in High School

The University of Alabama invites local high-school students — incoming freshman through graduating seniors — to sign up for the Summer 2015 Creative Writing Camp.

UA in the News: May 20, 2015

Student chooses UA over Ivy League schools – Honors College students work in Marion – UA School of Law and ABA named finalists for Harper Lee Award – Saban speaks at League of Municipalities convention – Criminal justice majors featured

Prints by African-American Artists Exhibited at UA’s Paul R. Jones Gallery

A total of 34 lithographs, serigraphs, woodcuts and engravings by African-American artists are displayed at The University of Alabama’s Paul R. Jones Gallery of Art in downtown Tuscaloosa through June 12.

Former Cuban Air Force Brigadier General to Present UA Lecture

Brig. Gen. Rafael del Pino, who was second-in-command of the Cuban Air Force during Fidel Castro’s regime, will present a lecture on his book, “Inside Castro’s Bunker,” Monday, June 8 at 3 p.m. in room 256, the Robel Room, of ten Hoor Hall on The University of Alabama campus.

UA in the News: May 19, 2015

Student accepted to every Ivy League school chooses UA – Honors College students do service projects in Marion – UA expert quoted on Civil Rights era murder – Criminal justice student/grads featured

UA in the News: May 16-18, 2015

Student chooses UA over all eight Ivy League schools – UA photographer celebrates Bike to Work day with 70-mile ride – UA/ABA name finalists for Harper Lee Prize – UA students to dance in Italy – CBER research shows aging population – UA prof’s research looks at link between unemployment rates and support for incumbents – UA experts comment on Civil Rights era murder, educational status and employment – Shelton/UA students to collaborate on NASA project

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This week at The University of Alabama: UA students/graduates win national academic recognition – Interim class holds mock wedding – UA represented in Genome Education Partnership – UA expert offers tips for wedding gift etiquette – Coming events include creative writing camp, Moundville camps and programs

UA Matters: Wedding Gift Etiquette

The University of Alabama’s Kimberly Boyle offers a few suggestions on how engaged couples can navigate the sometimes tricky art of receiving gifts.

UA in the News: May 15, 2015

High school senior accepted by every Ivy League school chooses UA – UA employee rides bike 70 miles to work – UA School of Law/ABA Journal announce finalists for Harper Lee Prize – UA experts comment on baby growth spurts, teething – UA prof conducts research on graphene – Community college award winner to attend UA – UA class helps design anti-bullying license plate – UA speaker addresses Leadership Tuscaloosa graduation

Behind the Torch: A New Love for ‘The Games’

Read More Behind the TorchMargaret-Anne Dyson, Aaron Williams, and Brea Armstrong Graduate Students in Sport Management Margaret-Anne Dyson Well, the final day has come. We are all sitting in the lobby of the Colorado Springs Olympic Training Center for the last time. This trip has been packed with educational experiences, sport management lessons, physical activities […]

UA School of Law, ABA Journal Announce Finalists for Harper Lee Prize

The University of Alabama School of Law and the ABA Journal named three books as finalists for the 2015 Harper Lee Prize for Legal Fiction.

UA Researchers Project Increase in State’s Aging Population

The number of Alabama residents 65 years and older is expected to increase from 721,166 in 2013 to 1.2 million in 2040, said University of Alabama researchers.

UA in the News: May 14, 2015

UA students to compete in NASA robotics challenge – Interim class teaches scientific glass blowing – Old post office recreated at Gorgas House – UA physician offers tips for managing allergies without medicines – UA history prof co-authors study on unemployment rates and election outcomes – Economic impact study shows ROI of state parks – UA prof does research on graphene – and more…

UA in the News: May 13, 2015

UA/Shelton State students to work together in NASA competition – UA experts comment on American Idol, alternative minimum tax – UA MBA program ranked among best value programs – Plank Center celebrates 10th anniversary – and more…

Black Belt Experience: UA Students Work with Perry County Communities

Throughout May, The University of Alabama’s University Fellows are engaging in a number of community service initiatives in Marion and Perry County as part of the annual Black Belt Experience.

UA Student Wins National Scholarship, Internship Placement

University of Alabama sophomore Tori Vines secured a summer internship with Whole Foods through the American Advertising Federation.

Behind the Torch: A ‘Starr’ Attracts Olympic Attention

Read More Behind the TorchBrea Armstrong Graduate Student in Sport Management Today was our last full day at the Colorado Spring Olympic Training Center, and it was nothing less than great. We got to sleep a little later and then headed to the dining hall for what has become, for most of us, a daily […]

UA Engineering Students Ready for Space-Mining Contest

Students on the Alabama Astrobotics team from The University of Alabama and Shelton State Community College will participate in the NASA Robotics Mining Competition May 18-22 at Kennedy Space Center.

UA in the News: May 12, 2015

UA researchers use virtual reality to help people with severe weather anxiety – Hawaii native plays wheelchair tennis at UA – UA expert comments on coal industry – Books on display at Letters About Literature event – UA students develop phone contacts app

Behind the Torch: Education is a Powerful Thing

Read More Behind the TorchAaron Williams Graduate Student in Sport Management Today is our fifth day in beautiful Colorado. Our adventures today didn’t take us outside but led us into the classroom to hear from sport business professionals from many of the leading sports affiliated organizations. After breakfast in the dining hall, we started the morning […]

UA’s Moundville Park Teaches Children Native American Art via Camps

The University of Alabama’s Moundville Archaeological Park Indian Summer Day Camp teaches students Native American arts and lifeways.

UA Students Win International Advertising Pitch Contest

University of Alabama students Ashley Atkinson, Kristin Clark and Julia Hoven bested teams from the United States, Sweden and the United Kingdom.

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