TUSCALOOSA, Ala. — The University of Alabama School of Law and the ABA Journal have announced that Attica Locke, author of “Pleasantville,” will receive the 2016 Harper Lee Prize for Legal Fiction. Locke is the sixth winner of the prize. The prize, authorized by Lee, is given annually to a book-length work of fiction that best […]
UA collaborates on YMCA summer reading program — Pokemon Go at UA — UA experts talk about politics — and more.
With the Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump ready to announce a running mate by the end of the week, and both the Republican and Democratic national conventions taking place within the month, political science faculty members at The University of Alabama are ready to help analyze the results.
UA students can seek VA medical treatment on campus — ‘The Producers’ features UA students — UA professor’s book receives award — and more.
About 40 students from eight area high schools will have the opportunity to improve their knowledge and application of science, technology, engineering, and math while developing their entrepreneurship skills at The University of Alabama.
Dr. Eric Weisbard, an associate professor of American studies at The University of Alabama, has been awarded the 2015 Woody Guthrie Award for outstanding book on popular music for his book “Top 40 Democracy: The Rival Mainstreams of American Music.”
UA expert weighs in on smoothies and health — UA experiences significant growth — and more.
UA engineering professor weighs in on U.S. infrasctructure — Camp for children with diabetes — Parenting styles and workplace behavior — and more.
Conservatives are less interested than liberals in viewing novel scientific data, according to a psychology researcher at The University of Alabama.
This week at The University of Alabama: UA, YMCA deliver summer reading opportunities – Conservatives less interested in empirical data, research indicates – Initiative seeks to improve health in Pickens County – Professors create branding course for Olympians – Severe Weather Forum Sunday – ‘4 Little Girls’ Exhibit Continues
The University of Alabama’s Sheena Quizon Gregg shares things to remember before incorporating a juicing or smoothie regimen as part of your regular dietary intake.
UA theatre professor talks about “Hamilton” alumnus — Wheelchair basketball camp — Media impact on social justice — and more.
The University of Alabama has teamed with Pickens County to provide learning opportunities for students while improving the health and well-being of the rural county of nearly 20,000.
New UA Supe Store — ABT intensive at UA — Bass Team catches first place — and more.
The University of Alabama along with American Meteorological Society will host a panel discussion among meteorologists and event organizers on weather safety during outdoor events.
The Alabama Historical Commission and The University of Alabama’s Office of Archaeological Research invite the public to participate in three days of investigation, presentations and discovery of the mysterious town of Old Cahawba during Old Cahawba Public Archaeology Days.
Camp Seale Harris at UA — and more.
A University of Alabama business researcher studied manager-employee relationships in the workplace and found a link between parenting styles and workplace behaviors.
In recent weeks APR has received the national “Kaleidoscope Award” for outstanding achievements in coverage of diversity presented by the Radio-Television Digital News Association, the “Bronze Radio Award” from the New York Festivals International Radio Competition, two first place Public Radio News Directors Incorporated awards for “best short documentary” and “best use of sound” in addition to being named the “Most Outstanding News Operation” in the state by the Alabama Associated Press for the fifth year in a row.
Stillman to offer OLLI courses — UA student continues in ‘American Ninja Warrior’ — Old Cahawba history — and more.
The University of Alabama has developed an action plan that provides a model to promote inclusion in the recruitment process for its Greek community. The model captures three years of focused effort, which began in fall 2013 and resulted in increasingly diverse new member sorority classes in 2013, 2014 and 2015.
Fourteen college students from a wide variety of academic programs participated in the summer Research Experiences for Undergraduates Program in chemistry at The University of Alabama in 2016.
Teaching kids to swim — Effects of Brexit on housing prices in Alabama — Traffic safety — and more.
Alabama Science in Motion program — Keeping guns away from angry people — Fraternity Row — and more.
Participants ages 4 to 14 and University of Alabama and local officials will celebrate Swim to the Top, a four-week program designed to save lives and improve the health of at-risk children and youth, at a luncheon at 11:30 a.m. Thursday, June 30, at the Benjamin Barnes Branch YMCA.