Professors at The University of Alabama are offering a number of thought-provoking and unusual classes during UA’s May Interim session, which runs from Monday, May 9, through Friday, May 27.
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The University of Alabama’s Paul R. Jones Collection of American Art K-12 Fellows Program is accepting applications for teachers who want to take part in the program.
A new University of Alabama museum program allows young explorers to venture into the natural world.
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.
The University of Alabama Center for Economic Development will participate in the 2016 “Books for the Alabama Black Belt” campaign. The campus-wide campaign runs from Monday, March 21, to Friday, April 1.
The PNC Foundation has awarded grants totaling $45,000 to The University of Alabama to support both early childhood education in the state and UA students.
The University of Alabama has received a $1 million grant from The Bernard Osher Foundation to support and endow continuing education opportunities for mature students.
The University of Alabama’s Child Development Resources is hosting a professional development workshop “Teaching Young Children in Challenging Times” in November.
The University of Alabama’s College of Education is strengthening its international ties through a collaborative effort with Shanghai Normal University Tianhua College in China.
The University of Alabama’s Capstone College of Nursing has a new funding program that will make doctoral nursing education more affordable for currently practicing or teaching nurses who are committed to educating the next generation of nurses.