A University of Alabama professor is pushing for deeper cultural and economic ties between the state and the Federal Republic of Germany – and he now holds a key position from which he can push for stronger links and deeper understanding.
University of Alabama students and students from one of China's leading universities will have new opportunities to study at each other's institutions under a cooperative agreement between UA and Ocean University China.
German corporations have more than 2,500 subsidiaries and affiliations in the United States. More than 600,000 Americans are employed in these corporations, according to the University of Pennsylvania’s Lauder Institute. Advancement by employees in these companies, and many other global firms, often means traveling and working in international locations.
Researchers in an ongoing U.S.-Cuban archaeological expedition, co-led by The University of Alabama, are attempting to learn more about the native people Christopher Columbus encountered on his first voyage to the New World.
India. Singapore. California. Alabama? What on earth do these places have in common?
Lekisha Rachel Gunn of Montgomery, a student at The University of Alabama, has been named a 2007-2008 DAAD Undergraduate Scholarship recipient.
Dr. Gulnara Zakirova, a Fulbright Scholar in the department of American studies at The University of Alabama, is giving a talk on "Study Opportunities in Western Europe and the Former Soviet Union" Wednesday, April 25 at 3:30 in 103 tenHoor Hall.
New College and The Capstone International Center at The University of Alabama are presenting an Indian classical flute concert featuring Padma Shri Dr. N. Ramani, known as the world's most masterful bamboo flutist, on Sunday, April 22 from 3-5 p.m. in the Ferguson Center Theater.
Perren Banks, a sophomore from Uniontown majoring in biological sciences at The University of Alabama, is the recipient of a national scholarship for study abroad this summer at the University of Liverpool in England.
Acclaimed Israeli storyteller Noa Baum will present a multicultural performance of "A Land Twice Promised" on Thursday, March 29 at 7 p.m. in 151 Shelby Hall on The University of Alabama campus.
Chuck Vice, president and chief operating officer of the Intercontinental Exchange (NYSE: ICE), will be speaking with students at The University of Alabama Monday, Feb. 19.
The United States and Canadian National Wheelchair Basketball Teams have announced their selections for the 2007 Osaka Cup competition and six student athletes from The University of Alabama have been chosen to represent their respective countries at the international wheelchair basketball tournament.
The University of Alabama Capstone International Center’s Japan Culture and Information Center will present the 21st annual Sakura Festival with events scheduled March 1-31.
A University of Alabama history professor will have access to the Vatican Secret Archives, a privilege granted to only a limited number of researchers each year.
The University of Alabama is holding a collection of interesting events and speakers on campus during International Education Week Nov. 13-17.
The University of Alabama Muslim Student Association is sponsoring a panel discussion on Tuesday, Nov. 14 from 7-9 p.m. in 205 Gorgas Library to discuss "Islam and the West: A Clash of Misperceptions."
An award winning religion expert from India's Andhra University will discuss two of the world's best-known promoters of peace, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and Mahatma Gandhi, as part of the Martin Luther King Jr. Distinguished Lecture Series, sponsored jointly by The University of Alabama, Shelton State Community College and Stillman College.
Tuscaloosa will come alive with the sounds of India at the "Fascinating Winds and Scintillating Strings South Indian Flute and North Indian Sitar Jugalbandhi" concert on Sunday, Nov. 12 at 3 p.m. in the Ferguson Theater at The University of Alabama.
Dr. Jorge Ortiz Sotelo, a historian from Peru and former Peruvian marine, will give a talk as a guest of The University of Alabama department of history and the Latin American Studies Program. The talk will be in the Summersell Room (room 251) of ten Hoor Hall on the UA campus at 2 p.m., Monday, Oct. 23.
Dr. Brian Latell, a noted Latin America and Caribbean specialist, will give a talk as a guest of The University of Alabama department of history and its Program in Latin American and Hispanic Studies. The talk will be in room 205 Gorgas Library on the UA campus at 2 p.m., Monday, Oct. 16.
The University of Alabama department of history is presenting "China in Transition," a lecture and film series starting Oct. 2.
Stone Nearly 3,000 Years Old Shows the Americas’ Oldest Known Writings, UA Researcher on Team Publishing Findings in Science
Carved across the surface of a 26-pound stone slab unearthed in Veracruz, Mexico is the oldest known writing ever discovered in the Americas, according to a paper publishing in the Sept. 15 issue of the journal Science by a 7-person team of archaeologists, including Dr. Richard A. "Dick" Diehl, professor of anthropology at The University of Alabama.
The University of Alabama Crossroads Community Center will host Global Simulation Workshops on Friday, Sept. 22 and Saturday, Sept. 23 at the Student Recreation Center.
The University of Alabama Crossroads Community Center, New College, Capstone International Center, Student Government Association, Ferguson Center, Housing and Residential Communities, International Honors Program and Career Center will host Global Simulation Workshops on Friday, Sept. 22 and Saturday, Sept. 23 at the Student Recreation Center.
The Alabama Alumni Magazine has received an Award of Excellence in the 2006 Communicator Awards and an Award of Excellence in the 2006 APEX Awards.