The Plank Center for Leadership in Public Relations, located at The University of Alabama, will host a free, one-hour webinar titled, “Getting a Job in Public Relations,” Monday, March 7, starting at 2 p.m.
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The University of Alabama College of Communication and Information Sciences will host the seventh annual Discerning Diverse Voices Symposium, a daylong symposium that showcases interdisciplinary scholarship and creative activity on all aspects of diversity, March 9 in Gorgas Library.
The University of Alabama School of Library and Information Studies is awarding a record $22,552 in new, free books to elementary-, middle- and high-school libraries in the Black Belt region of the state during February and March.
Tony Cervone, senior vice president of global communications at General Motors Co. and chairman of the GM Foundation, will deliver the Koten Distinguished Lecture in Public Relations Tuesday, March 8.
A University of Alabama College of Communication and Information Sciences student, Matthew Wilson, was named a winner of a Scripps Howard Foundation collegiate reporting competition.
The University of Alabama’s College of Communication and Information Sciences will begin the process of merging its department of journalism and its department of telecommunication and film in fall 2016.
The University of Alabama School of Library and Information Studies will award more than $6,000 in new, free books to school libraries in the Black Belt region of the state during February via the SLIS Book Bonanza for the Black Belt (and Beyond) program.
High-school student winners in The University of Alabama’s 15th annual “To Kill A Mockingbird” Essay Contest will be recognized on campus with a luncheon and awards ceremony at 11:30 a.m. in the Ferguson Center Ballroom Friday, Feb. 5.
The University of Alabama Crossroads Community Center invites the UA campus and community to participate in events throughout February during African American History Month. The theme this year is “Hallowed Grounds: Sites of African-American Memories.”