DATES TO REMEMBER April 16 Deadline for mailing back 2010 census forms Day of Silence iPad learning session, Apple Campus Store, 9:15 a.m. and 10:15 a.m. “Oh Horrors! It’s Murder!” 126 H.M. Comer Hall, 7 p.m. April 17 A-Day concert, corner of University Boulevard and Stadium Drive, 11 a.m. A-Day game, Bryant-Denny Stadium, 2 p.m. [...]
UA wheelchair basketball team wins national title – UA researchers boost growth estimate for state economy – Ex-HealthSouth executive gives UA accounting majors advice – UA opens time capsule – and more…
The University of Alabama College of Engineering will host SITE this summer for students who have an interest in science, mathematics and engineering.
Dr. Lawrence F. Kohl, associate professor of history and Blount Senior Fellow at The University of Alabama, has won the 2010 Last Lecture award from the UA Graduate School.
The University of Alabama psychology department will host the annual Harold Basowitz Memorial Lecture Friday, April 23, featuring guest speaker Dr. William Graziano.
The University of Alabama's student advertising team’s campaign for the 2009 American Advertising Federation National Student Advertising Competition is one of four selected by The Century Council to implement and further explore potential effectiveness of student-generated campaigns to prevent binge drinking on college campuses across the nation.
UA displays contents of time capsule – UA grad student part of deep-sea research team - Military finds use for local chemist’s invention developed at UA - UA astronomer to get a chance at solving cosmic mystery with Hubble's help – UA’s Doug Jones’ work will long be recalled – MSNBC host praises UA’s efforts to break stereotypes – and more…
Advanced nursing degrees are within easier reach for area registered nurses through a new Internet-based partnership between Bishop State Community College and The University of Alabama's Capstone College of Nursing.
Two teams affiliated with The University of Alabama are among nine finalists in a state-wide competition designed to help launch start-up companies.
Birth control for moths – that's one way of describing the focus of a start-up company, based at The University of Alabama, hoping to take a bite out of the approximate $100 billion hole that insects inflict each year via crop losses worldwide.
The University of Alabama honored its top students of 2009-2010 for their academic achievement and leadership Friday, April 9, during the Tappings and Awards Ceremony, the highlight of UA's annual Honors Week, April 5-9.
The University of Alabama's Students in Free Enterprise team won the regional competition in Atlanta this week for the fourth consecutive year and will head for Minneapolis next month for the national finals.
Rural Medical Scholars Stay the Course - FreezePruf Protects - Gryska Honored - UA experts - and more ...
The University of Alabama will host the 31st Annual Alabama Technology Student Association State Leadership Conference involving competition for middle and high school students Monday and Tuesday, April 19-20.
The University of Alabama's College of Engineering Does Amateur Radical Theatre will perform "Oh Horrors! It’s Murder!" during A-Day weekend this year.
AIME center to display student, faculty research for potential investors - Officials will open time capsule on UA campus - UA student creates system to help youths in facilities - MSNBC hosts Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski on campus Friday – and more …
The National Science Foundation selected two University of Alabama professors for CAREER Awards totaling more than $890,000 for research projects related to improving future electronics and for investigating terahertz technology, respectively.
Daniel Gerber, a junior in mechanical engineering at The University of Alabama, was named the second UA student to win the American Institute for Aeronautics and Astronautics Foundation International Student Conference paper award.
Bob Holt, vice president of sales and marketing for ThyssenKrupp Steel USA LLC, will deliver the keynote address at the 2010 Spring Sales Banquet April 23 at NorthRiver Yacht Club.
Michael Sealy, a graduate student in mechanical engineering at The University of Alabama, received an International Research and Education in Engineering Program fellowship through the National Science Foundation to study in China on an international research project this summer.
Renovated Moundville Park set to reopen in May – UA commemorates history at Foster Auditorium – Bus route planned to boost football parking downtown – SGA holds ceremony for new officers – UA honors and events
Vidvan D. Balakrishna of India will be on campus April 13-15 for a lecture demonstration and concert on the veena, one of the most ancient musical instruments of India.
Experts in Latino literature for young people will gather at The University of Alabama Friday, April 23, and Saturday, April 24, for the National Celebration of Latino Children's Literature Conference.
The University of Alabama's department of theatre and dance presents "The Violet Hour" from Tuesday, April 13, to Sunday, April 18, in the Allan Bales Theatre on Stadium Drive in the UA Theatre District.
DATES TO REMEMBER April 7 Honors Week activities, today through April 9 Cultivate Peer Mentor applications due, 4 p.m. Brown Bag Lecture Series, 308 Manly Hall, 12:30 p.m. English Graduate Organization book and bake sale, Morgan Hall, 9 a.m.–4 p.m. Women’s softball vs. LSU in a doubleheader, Softball Stadium, 5 p.m. April 8 Academic Honor [...]