A University of Alabama journalism class recently produced the third edition of Alpine Living, a multimedia lifestyle magazine on French culture, as part of a capstone journalism course in magazine production.
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Art from a University of Alabama photographer represents the U.S. portion of a joint exhibit with Cuba scheduled to open May 6 in Havana.
The University of Alabama Masters of Business Administration Case Team placed third in the annual George Washington University International M.B.A. Case Competition held in Washington, D.C. , the only American team to place in the event.
The University of Alabama Capstone International Center Japan Program will be celebrating the 23rd annual Sakura Festival March 1-31.
The University of Alabama will host its annual High School German Day on Monday, March 2 at the Ferguson Center with some 350 high school students from across the state expected to be on campus to participate in the event.
The University of Alabama Women’s Resource Center and the department of women’s studies will present their Brown Bag Series on Wednesday, Jan. 14 at 12:30 p.m. in 308 Manly Hall.
U.S.-Cuban Archaeological Dig, Deciphered Documents Grant Insights into Indians who Encountered Christopher Columbus
Interpretations of a now defunct form of Spanish writing, in combination with a joint U.S.-Cuban archaeological effort, are granting researchers insight into the Cuban people who Christopher Columbus encountered on his first voyage to the “New World.”
As part of International Education Week events at The University of Alabama, Dr. Joe Vinson of the University of Scranton will discuss “Chocolate Chemistry: The Science Behind the World’s Guilty Pleasure” on Wednesday, Nov.19 at 3:30 p.m. in the lobby of Rodgers Library and the “Science of Coffee” on Thursday, Nov. 20 at 3 p.m. in 205 Gorgas Library.
Lekisha Rachel Gunn, a University of Alabama senior from Montgomery who is double-majoring in German and economics, has been selected to be a 2008-2009 DAAD Young Ambassador.
A visiting scholar from Nepal is sharing her perspective of the world with students at The University of Alabama this fall.