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Anniston Star Publisher Brandt Ayers Addresses UA Grads During Winter Commencement Exercises

Speaking today at The University of Alabama's winter commencement ceremony, Brandt Ayers, editor and publisher of The Anniston Star, said that the Baby Boomer generation, like the World War II generation, should be considered...

December 16, 2002

UA’s College of Communication and Information Sciences Completes Re-Accreditation with High Marks

The journalism and mass communication programs in the College of Communication and Information Sciences at The University of Alabama have successfully completed a re-accreditation process that has solidified their rankings among the top programs...

December 13, 2002

Media Advisory — UA’s Winter Commencement Exercises, December 16, 2002, 9 a.m., Coleman Coliseum

SPEAKER Brandt Ayers, Editor and Publisher of The Anniston Star For the past three generations, the Ayers’ family has run The Anniston Star, which the Columbia Journalism Review recently ranked […]

December 13, 2002

UA Nursing Professor Selected as Reviewer for National Council Licensure Examination

The National Council of State Boards of Nursing Inc. selected a University of Alabama nursing professor as one of six nurses to review items used as part of the National Council Licensure Examination for...

December 10, 2002

UA RISE Program’s Holiday Events Include a Gene Stallings Visit

The University of Alabama's RISE program will be involved in several holiday-related events/fundraisers, including a ornament signing session by former Alabama football coach Gene Stallings.

December 9, 2002

Newspaper Publisher Brandt Ayers to Speak at UA’s Winter Commencement Dec. 16

Brandt Ayers, editor and publisher of The Anniston Star, will be the featured speaker for The University of Alabama’s winter commencement ceremony Monday, Dec. 16 at Coleman Coliseum on the UA campus.

December 9, 2002

Hormone Replacement Therapy: Paradise Lost? CCHS Hosts Lecture at UA

At noon on Dec. 13, in the Willard Auditorium of the DCH Educational Tower, Dr. Robert Kreisberg, a physician and dean of The University of South Alabama’s college of medicine, will deliver a lecture...

December 6, 2002

UA Will Host French Lecturer Who Will Recount Life of George Sand

French specialist, Dr. Damien Zanone, from the University Stendhal in Grenoble, France, will give a lecture on Dec. 11 at 1 p.m. in the Anderson Room of the Ferguson Center on The University of...

December 6, 2002

UA Professors Have Key Role in Disappearing Neutrino Research

Results from the first six months of experiments at KamLAND, an underground neutrino detector in central Japan, show that anti-neutrinos emanating from nearby nuclear reactors are "disappearing," which indicates they have mass and can...

December 6, 2002

Media Advisory — Editor’s Speaking Engagement at UA Postponed

The speaking engagement outlined in a University of Alabama news release entitled "Atlanta Journal-Constitution editor will bring Freedom of Information message to UA" and released on Monday, Dec. 2, 2002, has been canceled because...

December 5, 2002

UA Theta Chi Fraternity to Sponsor Christmas Party for Children at Arcadia Elementary School

The University of Alabama chapter of Theta Chi fraternity is sponsoring a Christmas party for a group of students at Arcadia Elementary School on Friday, Dec. 6.

December 5, 2002

Alabama High School Students to Hold Youth Summit at UA

More than 300 of the top high school students from around the state will attend the annual Youth Summit at The University of Alabama on Thursday and Friday, Dec. 5-6, to discuss political issues...

December 4, 2002

Housing Affordability Sets Record in Third Quarter, According to UA Center’s Stats

Housing affordability in Alabama set a record in the third quarter after two consecutive quarters of declines, according to the Alabama Real Estate Research and Education Center in The University of Alabama’s Culverhouse College...

December 4, 2002

Alabama Housing Market Straddling Fence, According to UA Center’s Stats

The Alabama housing market is straddling the fence between slowdown and record sales, according to the Alabama Real Estate Research and Education Center.

December 4, 2002

Battlebots Meets Junkyard Wars as UA Engineering Students Participate in Robot Competition

Sixty teams of University of Alabama College of Engineering freshmen will participate in the BAMABOT Challenge in the Auxiliary Gym of Coleman Coliseum on Thursday, Dec. 5, from 5-6:30 p.m.

December 3, 2002