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Through the Glass Ceiling

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There is a wealth of research into the factors influencing the climb up the corporate ladder, but not much study of what happens after women become chief executive officers.

July 3, 2019

UA In the News — July 3

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CAPS research cited in story about July 4 travel safety — Two UA faculty members discuss true crime podcast — UA law professor quoted in story of pregnant mother's arrest ... and more.

July 3, 2019

Building Bama: Facility Upgrades Around Campus

While it’s easy to spot the fencing, bulldozers and trucks at numerous construction sites around the Capstone, multiple interior upgrades are happening this summer that aren’t as noticeable.

July 3, 2019

UA In the News — July 2

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Law professor comments on recent arrest of pregnant mother — law professor named to leadership role with SPLC — and more.

July 2, 2019

Colonial Drive and Eighth Street Road Closure July 12-13

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A paving project will affect Colonial Drive, Eighth Street, and the intersection of Magnolia Drive and Judy Bonner Drive.

July 2, 2019

Interior Design Instructor Restores 1840s Mansion

Bringing your work home with you takes on a whole new meaning with Ian Crawford, an interior design instructor in UA’s department of clothing, textiles and interior design.

July 2, 2019

UA Faculty, Staff Help College-Prep Campers Explore Possibilities

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For the UA Early College staff members tasked with planning and operating the annual Leaders Exploring Academic Possibilities camp, their first signal of success was a successful pilot 2016 and immediate addition of a...

July 2, 2019

UA In the News — June 29-July 1

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CrossingPoints to launch year-round certificate program — Accounting professor comments on issue of fraud response — UA student builds up sporting community in hometown — and more.

July 1, 2019

Independence Day Brings More Traffic Fatalities

During the past five years, the five days around the Fourth of July averaged three fatal crashes a day, 29% higher than the average of fatal crashes per day the rest of the year,...

July 1, 2019

UA Preview

This week at The University of Alabama: Holiday brings more fatal traffic crashes – Merchandise to support Walt Gary Special Education Scholarship available – CrossingPoints launches certificate program – Copper work among activities featured...

July 1, 2019

Inspired by Community, Eager to Better Alabama

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As much as Tuscaloosa has grown in recent years, it still has a “small-town feel” that continues to empower UA doctoral student Lauren Rollins as both a leader and educator.

July 1, 2019

Monthly Safety Reminder: What to do in Case of a Fire or Explosion

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Each month the University provides safety tips and information to help the UA community be prepared in different types of emergency situations.

July 1, 2019

Food Safety Tips for Your July 4 Party

Denise DeSalvo, a registered dietitian and instructor in UA’s department of human nutrition and hospitality management, teaches a course on food safety and sanitation, and has several tips to keep in mind when preparing...

July 1, 2019

UA In the News — June 28

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UA research on drug trafficking cited in op-ed — UA archaeologists helping preserve history in Dothan — UA education research referenced in story about individual achievement — and more.

June 28, 2019

UA Supe Store Selling #BeLikeWalt Merchandise to Support Scholarship

The UA Supply Store is selling #BeLikeWalt merchandise to support UA’s Walt Gary Scholarship in Special Education that was recently created in memory of the longtime Crimson Tide superfan and former employee of more...

June 28, 2019