Dan Walters, a graduate student pursuing an MBA and a Juris Doctor degree at The University of Alabama, is one of 60 students nationwide selected as a 2016 Tillman Scholar.
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The Office of Veteran and Military Affairs at The University of Alabama now is offering emergency scholarships for veterans.
The University of Alabama has been selected by the Saluting America Foundation as the nation’s first university to host the Medal of Honor Exhibit of Valor from Friday, Nov. 7, through Saturday, Dec. 1, in the Ferguson Center’s Grand Hall on campus.
Objects offering a glimpse into the lives of World War I veterans will be displayed this month at The University of Alabama Gallery in the Dinah Washington Cultural Arts Center in downtown Tuscaloosa.
A group of University of Alabama ROTC cadets will travel to Montevallo Monday, Feb. 17, to participate in the dedication of the National Veterans Shrine and Register of Honor at the American Village.
The 2014 Guide to Military Friendly Colleges & Universities, part of the Military Advanced Education magazine, has named The University of Alabama one of its top schools.
The University of Alabama will honor students and individuals who served their country in the armed forces with activities from Saturday, Nov. 9, to Friday, Nov. 15, including a ceremony Monday, Nov. 11, for Veterans Day.
The National Science Foundation awarded a $236,000 grant to Dr. Douglas M. Gibler, professor of political science at The University of Alabama, to collect and code data about armed conflict between nations.