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Alabama EPSCoR Funding to Include Expansion of Internet2

The Alabama Experimental Program to Stimulate Competitive Research, or EPSCoR, was recently awarded a Research Infrastructure Improvement Program grant of $9 million from the National Science Foundation, which will include funding for further developments...

May 20, 2001

Author Gay Talese Speaks to UA Graduates; Ceremonies Mark 10th Consecutive Year 4,000 Degrees Awarded

Speaking at The University of Alabama spring commencement exercises today, acclaimed author and journalist, Gay Talese, praised the progress Alabama has made in the area of race relations as compared with other parts of...

May 19, 2001

UA Students Get Down and Dirty for Three Weeks During Interim Course

Although school officially breaks until August for many students at The University of Alabama, 12 students will spend three weeks in May earning college credit for getting dirty…and learning about the environment on which...

May 18, 2001

West Alabama Residents Among UA Graduates

The University of Alabama awarded some 2,292 degrees at spring commencement exercises held Saturday, May 19, in Coleman Coliseum on the Tuscaloosa campus.

May 18, 2001

UA School of Law to Host Atla College

The University of Alabama School of Law will host the Association of Trial Lawyers of America Trial Advocacy College: Essentials of Civil Litigation, May 20-25 at the law school.

May 16, 2001

Tallahassee Group Named UA Alumni Chapter of the Year

The University of Alabama National Alumni Association recently presented the Tallahassee, Fla. alumni chapter with its Chapter of the Year award.

May 15, 2001

UA Center: Alabama Housing Affordability Index Hits Record High for Second Consecutive Quarter

Talk about starting the New Year off on the right foot. This was certainly the case for Alabama's housing market. For the second consecutive quarter the Alabama Housing Affordability Index has set another record...

May 14, 2001

UA Graduate Studying “Down Under” With Prestigious Scholarship

Recent University of Alabama graduate Adam Hill has spent the last few months "down under" in Australia, but not vying for $1 million as one of the "Survivors" seen on national television.

May 10, 2001

UA Office Of Community Service And Volunteerism Names Volunteer Academy Award Winners

The University of Alabama Office of Community Service and Volunteerism recently announced recipients of its first annual Volunteer Academy Awards, given to UA students, faculty, staff and community groups.

May 10, 2001

UA Student One Of Few Nationwide To Receive Udall Scholarship

A University of Alabama student is among a select number of individuals nationwide receiving a prestigious Morris K. Udall Scholarship.

May 10, 2001

UA Nursing, Capstone Medical Center Bring Health Care to Parrish

For 17 months, Parrish residents were without local health care, but that changed in June when the Capstone Rural Health Center, operated by The University of Alabama Capstone College of Nursing and UA's Capstone...

May 10, 2001

A Special ‘Santa’ To Bring Toys To Children At UA Clinic

Fifteen-year-old Mathew Weems wanted to help area children with autism and other special needs, so for a Boy Scout community service project he led a drive that has resulted in the donation of some...

May 9, 2001

E. Culpepper Clark Named Sayers Award Winner At UA

Dr. E. Culpepper "Cully" Clark, dean of the College of Communication and Information Sciences at The University of Alabama, has been presented with the E. Roger Sayers Endowed Distinguished Service Award.

May 9, 2001

Alabama Architecture Featured In Magazine

What makes a strip mall different from a farmer's market? Why is the dining experience at a fast food restaurant so different from that at a tucked-away neighborhood bistro?

May 9, 2001