The University of Alabama Crossroads Community Center invites the community to participate in a variety of events offered on campus for national Hispanic Heritage Month.
The University of Alabama is hosting the largest gathering in the world of university faculty, staff, students and community partners who are engaged in research projects that bring together community and academic leaders to solve problems and create positive change.
A Veterans Affairs program for people entering or returning to college after military service is among the exemplary projects that will be recognized Friday, April 20, at The University of Alabama Center for Community-Based Partnerships awards luncheon.
The Martin Luther King, Jr. Realizing the Dream Series will host internationally known performer and cultural activist Reanae McNeal for a performance of her one-woman show, The Jazz Singing Women, Friday, March 2, at 7:30 p.m. in the Alabama Power Recital Hall at Shelton State Community College.
The Chris Kozak Jazz Quintet, with Eric Essix on guitar, will highlight the 2012 Martin Luther King Jr. Realizing the Dream celebration, a series of special activities honoring the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 14, in the Moody Music Building Concert Hall on The University of Alabama campus.
The next meeting in the Breakfast and Business series will be held at The University of Alabama Tuesday, April 19, at 7 a.m. in the Bryant-Denny Stadium Recruiting Room.
The University of Alabama Center for Community-Based Partnerships will present awards for the best faculty-, student- and community-initiated engaged scholarship during an awards ceremony Friday, April 22, at the Hotel Capstone.
The Alabama Symphony Orchestra will perform “Dream, Child. Hope,” an original composition by Aldophus Hailstork, as the featured work of the 2011 Martin Luther King Jr. Realizing the Dream Concert at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 15, in the Moody Music Building concert hall at The University of Alabama.
The Parent Leadership Academy, an initiative of The University of Alabama, will celebrate the graduation of its third class of elementary school parents from across the Tuscaloosa City and County School Districts on Thursday, May 6, at 6 p.m. at Hotel Capstone.
The University of Alabama Intercultural Council is hosting Crimson Culture Week April 19-24 to celebrate campus diversity.
The Center for Community-Based Partnerships at The University of Alabama will present awards for the best faculty, student and community initiated engagement projects Friday, April 23, at the Hotel Capstone.
African-American Heritage Month is being celebrated at The University of Alabama with a wide variety of events on campus and a 2010 theme of “Black Economic Empowerment.”
The Black Belt 100 Lenses photo exhibit will showcase the work of high school students from Macon and Perry Counties with an opening reception Wednesday, Oct. 14, from 1-3 p.m. in The University of Alabama's Crossroads Community Center.
The University of Alabama Office of Community Affairs will host the 2009 Community Culture Fest in downtown Northport on the new date, Sunday, Nov. 1.
The University of Alabama Office of Community Affairs will host Community Culture Fest 2009 in downtown Northport on Sunday, Oct. 4, featuring live entertainment, food and events honoring the West Alabama area’s rich cultural and artistic history.
The University of Alabama will be represented by a cross-section of faculty, staff and students at the 10th annual National Outreach Scholarship Conference Sept. 28-30.