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UA Journalism Professor Finalist In National Journalism Award Program

Dr. Bailey Thomson, associate professor of journalism in the College of Communication and Information Sciences at The University of Alabama, has been cited as a finalist in the Distinguished Editorial Writing category by The...

March 14, 2001

UA’s College Of Education Adjusts Summer Graduate Course Offerings To Accommodate K-12 Teachers

The University of Alabama’s College of Education is making it easier for K-12 teachers to earn post-graduate credit during their summer break.

March 14, 2001

UA Lecture Features Internal ‘Clock’ Expert

Dr. Lynn Hasher, professor of psychology and marketing at the University of Toronto, will be the guest speaker for the annual Michael Dinoff Memorial Lecture at The University of Alabama on Friday, April 13....

March 14, 2001

UA’s Engineering College Receives Funding From Bellsouth For Diversity Programming

The University of Alabama College of Engineering recently received $25,000 in funding from BellSouth Corp. in support of the College’s diversity programs.

March 12, 2001

Journal Editor To Discuss Teacher Testing At Annual Curtis Lecture March 22 At UA

Dr. Marilyn Cochran-Smith, editor of the Journal of Teacher Education, will present "Outputs, Outcomes, and Results: The New Orthodoxy in Teacher Education" for the 2001 James P. Curtis Distinguished Lecture Thursday, March 22 at...

March 12, 2001

UA Law Students To Aid Tuscaloosa Community

The Student Bar Association at The University of Alabama School of Law will hold its spring semester Work-A-Day on Saturday, March 3.

March 2, 2001

UA’s First Astronaut will Pilot March Shuttle Mission

James Kelly, who earned his master’s degree in aerospace engineering from The University of Alabama in 1996, will pilot the Space Shuttle Discovery on its March mission to the International Space Station.

March 2, 2001

Housing Affordability Rebounds, Hits New High For State

After declining for three consecutive quarters, housing affordability rebounded strongly during the final three months of 2000, according to the Alabama Real Estate Research and Education Center at The University of Alabama’s Culverhouse College...

March 1, 2001

John Holaday, Ceo Of Cancer Treatment Innovator Entremed, Inc. To Present Darden Lecture At UA

Nationally recognized researcher and biopharmaceutical executive Dr. John Holaday, whose company EntreMed has made national headlines with its cancer drugs designed to starve tumors by cutting off their blood supply, will return to his...

March 1, 2001

Sheep On The Quad Lend A Fleece For UA Museum Demonsrtation

"Sheep to Shawl," March 10 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. outside and inside Smith Hall on The University of Alabama campus, will present the historic technique of weaving raw wool into refined items....

February 27, 2001

Dr. Dolf Zillmann Named 2001 Burnum Award Winner At UA

Dr. Dolf Zillmann has been selected as the recipient of this year’s Burnum Distinguished Faculty Award at The University of Alabama.

February 26, 2001

Year-End Housing Numbers Show Some Erosion In Market, According To UA Center

With the daily doses of bad economic news and the "R" word slipping off the tongues of even the most bullish forecasters, what is in store for the housing market?

February 26, 2001

UA President Andrew Sorensen To Meet With Students

University of Alabama students will have an opportunity to meet with UA President Andrew Sorensen in an informal setting on Thursday, March 1, from 11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. at the Ferguson Center food court on...

February 26, 2001

The Garrett Case

Last Wednesday the Supreme Court balanced the rights of the disabled to be free from discrimination against the rights of states to be free from damage awards in federal discrimination suits. The states won,...

February 26, 2001

Free Treatment Available For Volunteers In UA Study

The psychology department at The University of Alabama is seeking volunteers to take part in a research study involving self-help treatment for depression. Qualified volunteers will receive free treatment as part of the research...

February 26, 2001