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Posts Tagged ‘College of Human Environmental Sciences’

NCAA’s ‘Steroid Czar’ to Speak at UA Feb. 28

Frank Uryasz, former NCAA “Steroid Czar” and founder and president of the National Center for Drug Free Sport, will present “Fact and Fiction: Steroids, Nutrional Supplements and the Evolution to Drug-Free Sport” Monday, Feb. 28 at 6 p.m., in 223 Little Hall on The University of Alabama campus.

UA Professor Receives AME’s Kuhmerker Award

Dr. Stephen J. Thoma, professor and chair of human development and family studies at The University of Alabama’s College of Human Environmental Sciences, recently received national recognition, being named a recipient of the Association for Moral Education’s Kuhmerker Award.

UA College of Human Environmental Sciences Presents Alumni Awards

The University of Alabama College of Human Environmental Sciences recently presented the Jack Davis Professional Achievement Award to John Rodney Brown of Tuscaloosa; Amy Curry of Houston, Tex.; Linda Godfrey of Vestavia Hills; Lee Green of College Station, Tex.; Linda Newell of Chicago, Ill.; Pam Oldacre Northway of Somerville; and Stella Rainey of Tuscaloosa.

UA Students Named to Dietetics Program

A select group of students at The University of Alabama have been accepted into the Coordinated Program in Dietetics in the UA College of Human Environmental Sciences.

UA Orman-Harris Lecture to Focus on Digital Technology

Consumers face more and more electronic financial transactions every day – either by choice or by necessity. Sorting these out, and knowing what consumer protections apply, can be confusing.