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UA Hosts Alabama Leadership Day 2001

The University of Alabama National Alumni Association (NAA) is sponsoring Alabama Leadership Day (ALD) 2001 on Saturday, Jan. 27, at the Bryant Conference Center at 9 a.m.

January 23, 2001

UA Students & Staff Receive Honors At Media Convention

Nine students and two staff members involved in student media at The University of Alabama participated in the fall 2000 College Media

January 23, 2001

UA Astronomers Set Public Sky Viewing Nights

Visitors have four opportunities in coming weeks to view objects in space through The University of Alabama's telescopes.

January 22, 2001

UA Cooperative Education Program Moves To A New Home

The offices of The University of Alabama Cooperative Education (Co-op) Program were recently moved from H. M. Comer Hall to the front section of Houser Hall Annex on the UA campus.

January 22, 2001

UA Rotc Sponsors High School Competition

The University of Alabama Army ROTC is sponsoring a Junior ROTC High School Drill Competition Thursday, Feb. 1, on the UA Quad.

January 22, 2001

Care of the Dying

A University of Alabama assistant professor of psychology is researching ways to improve hospice care in hopes of providing more comfort to the dying and enabling caregivers to better manage the associated stress.

January 19, 2001

UA Graduate Heading To Australia With Prestigious Music Scholarship

Recent University of Alabama graduate Adam Hill will be soon heading "down under" to study music composition in Australia with a prestigious Thomas Crawford Memorial Scholarship.

January 18, 2001

New Alabama Economic Outlook 2001 Predicts Slowdown In Gdp Growth, Drop In Consumer Spending, Increase In Exports

The new Alabama Economic Outlook 2001, to be released in conjunction with the 2001 Economic Outlook Conference presented by The University of Alabama's Center for Business and Economic Research, says the state's businesses can...

January 17, 2001

Fifth Class of Rural Medical Scholars Recognized at UA

Ten participants in this year's Rural Medical Scholars program at The University of Alabama were recently recognized for their completion of the prestigious program.

January 17, 2001

Geology Professor Hopes to Unlock Secrets of Transantarctic Mountains

It's the coldest, windiest, and driest place on the planet. High temperatures ranging from -10º to 0ºC are considered uncommonly pleasant, and that's during the summer.

January 12, 2001

UA’s College Of Arts And Sciences Appoints New Associate Deans

Two University of Alabama faculty members have been appointed associate deans in the College of Arts and Sciences. Jonathan Michaelsen, associate professor in the department of theatre and dance; and Dr. Carmen Taylor, associate...

January 10, 2001

Don Hays Named Director Of Development For UA College Of Arts & Sciences

Tuscaloosa businessman Don Hays has been appointed director of development for the College of Arts and Sciences at The University of Alabama, according to Pam Parsons, assistant vice president for development in UA's Office...

January 9, 2001

UA Speaker To Discuss Birmingham Bombing Of House Belonging To King’s Brother, Atlanta Child Murders

A journalist who has written extensively about the post-Civil Rights movement in the South and who contends in a book he co-authored that the wrong man was convicted of killing two adults in the...

January 8, 2001

Diabetes Support Group to Meet Friday at UA

Adults with Type II diabetes are invited to join a support group that is meeting Friday, Jan. 12, from noon-1 p.m. at the Capstone Medical Center carrel room on The University of Alabama campus.

January 8, 2001

‘Bumper Cars’ In Space: UA Professor To Present Hubble Telescope Image Jan. 9

A lane of gas and star dust winds its way from the galaxy on the left and is caught by the gravity of the other galaxy after the two bumped into one another about...

January 5, 2001