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Media Advisory: New UA Class Ring to be Unveiled Feb. 24

The University of Alabama's new, official class ring will be unveiled at a ceremony set for 6:30 p.m., Thursday, Feb. 24, in Ferguson Center on the UA campus.

February 23, 2000

Clayton Named Manager of UA’s Physical and Psychiatric Disability Services

The University of Alabama has named Karen Anderson Clayton as manager of Physical and Psychiatric Disability Services.

February 23, 2000

Hahs Named Manager of UA’s Student Support Services Program

The University of Alabama has named Debbie Hahs manager of the Student Support Services Program.

February 23, 2000

UA to Sponsor International Week

The University of Alabama Capstone International Programs and Services Office is sponsoring International Week March 13-18.

February 22, 2000

Two From UA Named “Voices of Quality for the 21st Century”

Two Continuous Quality Improvement experts from The University of Alabama have been included in "21 voices of quality for the 21st Century" by Quality Progress magazine, a monthly publication of the American Society for...

February 21, 2000

Three UA Students Earn “USA Today” All Academic Recognition

Three University of Alabama students have been named as Honorable Mentions to this year's "USA Today" All USA College Academic Team, taking their places among some of the nation's top college and university students.

February 17, 2000

Good Business: The Rehabilitation of Historic Commerical Buildings

A significant effort is underway around the nation and in Alabama to preserve and re-use historic commercial buildings. Often these restoration projects are so successful -- both aesthetically and financially -- that they encourage...

February 17, 2000

Four UA Students Ranked in Top 20 in Hearst Journalism Awards Program

Four students at The University of Alabama ranked in the top 20 winners in the 40th annual William Randolph Hearst Foundation Journalism Awards Program competitions and will receive certificates of merit.

February 17, 2000

Magazine Tells of Hurricane Frederic

Some 20 years ago, in September 1979, Hurricane Frederic ripped through the Gulf Coast, tearing the roofs off buildings, slinging freighters ashore, and wreaking havoc on the lives of half-a-million Alabamians.

February 17, 2000

Sakura Festival Puts Focus on Japan

The University of Alabama's 14th annual Sakura (cherry blossom) Festival, a celebration of Japanese culture and friendships, is scheduled for March 1-April 14.

February 17, 2000

Howell Raines to be honored as Cason Award Winner at UA

Howell Raines, the Pulitzer Prize-winning Alabamian who is now editor of the "The New York Times" editorial page, will receive the 2000 Clarence Cason Writing Award from The University of Alabama's journalism department at...

February 16, 2000

UA’s Bankhead Writers Series to Feature Poets Halliday and Ellis

Poets Mark Halliday and Thomas Sayers Ellis will be reading their work as part of The University of Alabama's Bankhead Visiting Writers Series on Thursday, Feb. 24, at 7:30 p.m. in 205 Smith Hall.

February 14, 2000

Eliza and Hugh Culverhouse Jr. Establish Scholarship at UA in Memory of Derrick Thomas

Eliza and Hugh F. Culverhouse Jr. of Miami have announced plans to establish an endowed scholarship fund at The University of Alabama in honor of former NFL and Crimson Tide football star Derrick Thomas,...

February 11, 2000

UA Computing Olympiad Offers High School Students Entry Into Fast-Paced World of Computing

On February 26, more than 200 high school computer whizzes from across the state will gather at The University of Alabama to take part in what has become one of the university's hottest competitions,...

February 11, 2000

State Housing Market Shows Signs of Slowing

As the year ended, the state's housing market showed definite signs of slowing down, according to the Alabama Real Estate Research and Education Center at The University of Alabama's Culverhouse College of Commerce and...

February 10, 2000