UA programs ranked among U.S. News’ “Best Graduate Schools” – SGA officers elected – Baker named head of aerospace engineering department – ‘The Help’ actor to speak to film students – Faculty, students use new 3-D printers – Sky viewing focuses on Pan-STARRS comet – UA to screen 1963 documentary – Visiting writers program hosts authors – UA experts comment on Alabama Accountability Act, retirement age, taxing financial transactions – and more…
The Alabama Program in Sports Communication at The University of Alabama will host its inaugural research event, which will involve students, faculty and staff from a variety of disciplines across campus.
The University of Alabama speech and debate team will hold four showcases this week to prepare for its national tournament in April.
Wade honored as UA’s first black faculty member – UA hosts Alabama Technology Student Association conference – UA School of Law ranked 21st nationally – UA music students win scholarships in competition – UA to host comet viewing – Town hall focuses on mental health system – College of Communication holds diversity seminar – UA events celebrate first generation students – Experts comment on economic impact of government furloughs, what drives mass murderers – and more…
Brian Kerwin, who has appeared in near-countless Hollywood films and television shows, will guest lecture March 14 in a University of Alabama telecommunication and film class.
The University of Alabama’s Board of Trustees has named Dr. Arunava Gupta, a professor of chemistry and chemical and biological engineering at UA, a Distinguished University Research Professor.
The University of Alabama School of Law is ranked 21st in the nation, and the UA School of Library and Information Studies is ranked 18th, according to U.S. News and World Report’s 2014 edition of its annual “Best Graduate Schools” publication. UA’s Master of Business Administration program comes in at 58th among all MBA programs.
Jimmy Taylor, a Fairhope junior majoring in finance in the Culverhouse College of Commerce and Business Administration, was elected president of The University of Alabama Student Government Association for the 2013-2014 term.
U.S. News ranks UA Law School No. 21 – UA hosts state technology conference – UA researchers receive grant to study obesity in the Black Belt – Criminal justice expert comments on mass shooter case – Center for Gifted Education director to speak at UA – Office of Disability Services meets students’ needs – Student choreographers prepare for Dance Alabama! show – and more…
The University of Alabama and the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs have partnered together to create a trained workforce capable of meeting the medical and mental health needs of veterans in rural communities.
The University of Alabama’s College of Engineering Does Amateur Radical Theater, or COE Does ART, will parody classic literature in its production of “Engineers Present: All the Great Books Abridged.”
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Later this week, a University of Alabama social work graduate student will fly to Sao Paulo, Brazil, where she’ll present research on health-care access for women in rural Haiti at an international conference.
Retired UA Professor Archie Wade to be honored – Concrete canoe team to compete in Miami – Astronomy department hosts public nights – UA Honors College hosts town hall series – ‘HeLa’ cells lecture at UA – Events – and more…
This week at The University of Alabama: Dr. Archie Wade to be honored March 12 – Homer Hickam to speak, receive Cason Award – UA researchers awarded grant from National Institutes of Health – UA hosts technology leadership conference for middle and high-school students – Students, faculty lend hand to Northport community – Grad student to present research in Brazil – Events
The University of Alabama will host the 34th Annual Alabama Technology Student Association State Conference involving competition for middle and high-school students Tuesday and Wednesday, March 12-13, at the Bryant Conference Center.
UA’s Rick Bragg shares stories of dangerous reporting assignments – UA’s 3-D print lab allows students to create objects – UA to host LUNAFEST – Town halls to focus on mental illness, education and liberty – UA teams compete in wheelchair basketball tournament – Student’s film sheds light on mitochondrial disease – and more…
Mental health, education and public safety will be the topics of upcoming University of Alabama Town Halls, sponsored by the Honors College.
Dr. John Baker was recently named head of the department of aerospace engineering and mechanics in The University of Alabama College of Engineering.
Japanese nursing students visit UA – UA students to intern at Cannes Film Festival – Engineering students build concrete canoe – UA teams advance in start-up competition – United Methodist Children’s Home helps send foster children to UA – UA/UAB sponsor art history symposium – Art Night features UA’s 3-D printer – and more…
Researchers from The University of Alabama were awarded a three-year, $800,000 grant from the National Institutes of Health to develop and support collaborative research between academic researchers and residents of Alabama communities disproportionately impacted by poor health.
Artist Marc Bamuthi Joseph will be in-residence at The University of Alabama March 11-12, Creative Campus announced.
UA College of Engineering opens 3-D printing lab – UA engineering students build concrete canoe – UA to honor one of first black faculty members – Two UA-based start-ups reach Alabama’s Launchpad finals – UA hosts world premiere of ‘Hermitage Cats’ musical – UA’s wheelchair basketball teams head to finals – UA researchers’ study looks at coping skills during hospital stays – Events – and more…
Four University of Alabama students have been selected for internships in the American Pavilion Student Program at the Cannes Film Festival.
An upcoming campus event features a screening of the film “CRISIS: Behind a Presidential Decision,” that details the call to send federal troops to The University of Alabama on the occasion of George Wallace’s Stand in the Schoolhouse Door.