The University of Alabama will hold its spring commencement ceremonies May 1 and 2 at Coleman Coliseum on the UA campus.
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The University of Alabama’s Gifted Education Program has extended the deadline for its 2015 Summer Enrichment Workshop to Friday, May 15.
The University of Alabama is hosting an open-enrollment period for a free memory screening to be conducted over the next few months.
Dr. Sean Carroll, an evolutionary biologist, will present a lecture on the work of Jacques Monod, a French biologist and Nobel Prize winner, Thursday, April 23 as part of the Alabama Lectures on Life’s Evolution, or ALLELE, series at The University of Alabama.
Dr. Dorit Bar-On, professor of philosophy at the University of Connecticut, will discuss the relationship between human and nonhuman animal communication in the final lecture of The University of Alabama’s 2014-2015 Philosophy Today series.
“Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it.” That maxim comes from Spanish writer and philosopher George Santayana, but that idea would fit right in with Dr. John F. Beeler, professor of history at The University of Alabama.
The Culverhouse College of Commerce celebrates the 30th Anniversary of the Executive MBA Program at The University of Alabama with a rooftop reception at the Renasant Bank in downtown Tuscaloosa today from 5 p.m. until 7 p.m.
The UA Council on Community-Based Partnerships will honor leaders in community engagement at the ninth annual Excellence in Community Engagement awards luncheon Friday, April 17, at the Bryant Conference Center. The program begins at 10 a.m. with research poster presentations, and the awards program starts at 11:30. The council also will celebrate UA’s 2015 Carnegie recognition as an engaged institution and award the first Zachary Dodson Memorial Scholarship.
The University of Alabama grounds department will celebrate Arbor Day, Friday, April 24, with a ribbon-cutting ceremony on the north side of Woods Hall. The ceremony will be at the new location of a 25-year-old Japanese maple tree that the grounds department moved from the Peter Bryce campus in January.