The University of Alabama School of Social Work will host an informational brown bag lunch with Dr. Harold Kudler, clinical lead of the Rural Health Program Mid-Atlantic Veterans Integrated Service Network.
More than 20 photographs depicting the civil rights movement will be displayed June 17-28 at The University of Alabama’s Supply Store in the Ferguson Center. The free exhibit, compiled from the archives of The Birmingham News, is sponsored by the UA College of Continuing Studies, The Birmingham News and AL.com. The exhibit will travel the state for the remainder of the year, representatives said.
Dr. Daniel Riches, assistant professor of history at The University of Alabama, has written a new book titled “Protestant Cosmopolitanism and Diplomatic Culture,” published by Brill Academic Publishing. The book explores 17th century Brandenburg-Swedish relations and presents an image of early modern diplomacy driven by complex networks of individuals driven by their personal backgrounds, cultural interests, religious convictions and connections.
University of Alabama student Zoe Nichols, a sophomore from Tuscaloosa majoring in marine science and biology with a minor in geology, has earned a prestigious four-week internship at Wrigley Marine Science Center on Santa Catalina Island in California.
The University of Alabama’s College of Communication and Information Sciences has announced an endowed scholarship in honor of Virginia O’Neal Sollie, of Ozark.
The University of Alabama chapter of Order of Omega announced award recipients at their annual banquet held recently in Tuscaloosa. Order of Omega is the national honorary for fraternity and sorority members.
The University of Alabama’s University Fellows Experience is partnering for the fifth year with the community of Marion, Ala., in Perry County through Friday, May 24, on projects that address basic needs of the Black Belt community.
The Library School Association of the School of Library and Information Studies at The University of Alabama has announced the establishment of the Kate Webb Ragsdale Endowed Scholarship to honor the legacy of Kate Webb Ragsdale.
TUSCALOOSA, Ala. – The University of Alabama will award some 4,097 degrees during spring commencement Friday-Saturday, May 3-4, on campus. With this graduating class, UA will have awarded more than 231,000 degrees since its founding in 1831 as the state’s first public university. Students listed as candidates to receive degrees include: CITY STATE ZIP CODE [...]
Some 750 University of Alabama students recently accepted membership and were initiated into Alpha Lambda Delta Honor Society for first-year students. The UA chapter also presented 25 scholarships to new members at the initiation ceremony.
Crimson Tide fans who are planning to attend A-Day activities on Saturday, April 20 are reminded that large purses, outside food or drink, coolers, umbrellas, artificial noisemakers and flags or banners on poles cannot be brought into the stadium.
Middle-school students will see just how much money matters during The University of Alabama's Camp Cash June 10 through 14.
The University of Alabama's Moundville Archaeological Park will once again offer its Indian Summer Day Camp to children ages 9 through 13.
Dr. Arthur G. Cosby, a nationally recognized social scientist, will speak about tracking and analyzing social media to mine scientific data at The University of Alabama April 22.
The University of Alabama department of political science will host the 40th annual Alabama Political Science Association meeting from noon Friday, April 19, until 2 p.m. Saturday, April 20 at the Hotel Capstone on campus. This year’s conference will feature papers and presentations on a range of topics including public policy, American politics, international politics and political theory.
The SEC MBA Case Competition will be held at The University of Alabama next year.
The University of Alabama Greek community will award its annual Greek Week grants as part of the Profiles in Service and Leadership Banquet on Tuesday, April 16. The grants, which total $100,000, will be given to some 30 nonprofit organizations operating in and around Tuscaloosa. Recipient organizations are selected following a grant request application process.
The University of Alabama has been named to the President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll with Distinction for helping the community through service and service-learning partnerships.
The University of Alabama’s Office of Academic Affairs and the Alabama REACH program will host a foster care and higher education summit from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday, April 19, at the Child Development Research Center on campus.
The University of Alabama honored its top students for their academic achievements and leadership Friday, April 5, during the Honors Day Tapping on the Mound Ceremony, the highlight of UA’s annual Honors Week, April 1-9.
The Gene Stallings Golf Tournament benefiting The University of Alabama's RISE School will be held April 25 and 26 at the Ol' Colony Golf Complex.
More than 350 students from third graders to seniors in high school from across Alabama will be at The University of Alabama April 6 telling robots what to do and hoping their instructions are good enough to win the Alabama Robotics Competition.
The University of Alabama will host a “Celebration of Life” in memory of former Crimson Tide Director of Athletics Mal Moore in Coleman Coliseum on the UA campus on Thursday, April 4, at 3 p.m.
Mal M. Moore, Director of Athletics at The University of Alabama, died on Saturday at Duke University Medical Center in Durham, N.C. Moore had been hospitalized for approximately three weeks due to a pulmonary condition.
A select group of high school sophomores invited from across the state attended the sixth annual Capstone Leadership Academy at The University of Alabama on Thursday and Friday, March 14-15.