Incoming students keep UA staff members busy — Keeping cool from a sports science perspective — and more.
The University Fellows Experience, housed in the Honors College at The University of Alabama, has selected 34 freshmen for the incoming Class of 2020. The Honors College selected these members from a pool of more than 660. The selected members represent 17 states.
Programs help disabled workers — Free civil rights exposition — Wheelchair basketball recruits — and more.
This week at The University of Alabama: ‘Remembering 4 Little Girls’ exhibit to open – Branding course created for Olympic athletes – Researchers study intersection of sports, technology in new center – Robotics team advances in NASA challenge – Special ed majors learn alongside students with intellectual disabilities – Program prepares West Alabama teachers for new science standards – Expert shares benefits of eating carbs
UA team wins honors in NASA robotics competition — Professor’s play hits stage in NYC — Alum reads to children — and more.
UA pipeline for rural doctors — UA professor’s play goes to Manhattan — Recipient of a Plank Center fellowship — and more.
UA professor’s film tops festival — Helping Olympic athletes with their brands — Coach is an Everyday Hero — and more.
New UA center focuses on athletics and techology — Team takes fourth place in EcoCar competition — UA professor’s film wins award — and more.
Highlighting Chancellor Witt’s achievements — Dealing with tragedy — Dean’s List — and more.
University of Alabama theatre professor Seth Panitch’s first full, feature-length film, “Service to Man,” was awarded the grand jury prize for best film at the 20th American Black Film Festival Sunday.
The film was one of 25 selected to be showcased at the festival, which is the largest of its kind in the country. The festival is dedicated to bringing awareness of entertainment content made by and about people of African descent to a worldwide audience. The festival was held in Miami June 15-19.
This week at The University of Alabama: Branding course created for Olympic athletes – Researchers study intersection of sports and technology in new center – Robotics team advances in NASA challenge – Special ed majors learn alongside students with intellectual disabilities – Program prepare West Alabama teachers for new science standards – Experts share benefits of eating carbs, explain technique for reducing stress
A senior microbiology major at The University of Alabama has been awarded a summer fellowship by the Parkinson’s Disease Foundation and American Parkinson Disease Association.
When eaten strategically in amount and type, carbohydrates can serve as a key player in not only losing weight but maintaining weight loss, says a University of Alabama nutritionist.
More on the SidelinER — Program to help student-veterans –Honoring a former UA president — and more.
The University of Alabama will be home to a new center whose researchers will study the intersection of sports and technology, involving Crimson Tide athletics in an innovative approach to improve training and performance of athletes across the world.
UA unveils statue of Chancellor Robert Witt; Sorority row photo gallery — The science of alligator attacks — and more.
The Plank Center for Leadership in Public Relations at The University of Alabama has announced the seventh class for its Fellowship for Educators program. Nine educators will have the opportunity to enhance their skills, as they will be placed in the offices of sponsoring organizations this summer.
New partnership between UA and VA — UA students chip in for free tax prep — Lessons for facing Alzheimer’s — and more.
Dan Walters, a graduate student pursuing an MBA and a Juris Doctor degree at The University of Alabama, is one of 60 students nationwide selected as a 2016 Tillman Scholar.
After winning one NASA robotics contest, a team of engineering and computer science students from The University of Alabama successfully completed the first leg of another high-profile NASA robotics contest.
Two University of Alabama students have received an Undergraduate Award of Distinction from the North-American Interfraternity Conference for 2016.
UA students kayak for conservation — Using mindfulness to lower stress — Get used to the heat now — and more.
TUSCALOOSA, Ala. – A total of 10,270 students enrolled during the 2016 spring semester at The University of Alabama were named to the Dean’s List with an academic record of 3.5 (or above) or the President’s List with an academic record of 4.0 (all A’s). The UA Dean’s and President’s lists recognize full-time undergraduate students. […]
Examining the roots of mass shootings — UA student gives back to Montgomery — Unusual play performed at UA — and more.
This week at The University of Alabama: Professor’s film to premiere at Black Film Festival – Media invited to coastal expedition – Special ed majors learn alongside students with intellectual disabilities – Program prepare west Alabama teachers for new science standards – Creative writing class underway for high school students – Expert explains technique for reducing stress