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Second Annual Bama Blitz Exceeds $2.5 Million

  • April 12, 2019

University of Alabama officials announced a successful second annual Bama Blitz, raising more than $2.5 million in gifts from 1,826 supporters across the country.

EPA Grant Assists in Understanding Wastewater Issues in Rural Alabama

  • April 9, 2019

With a grant from the federal Environmental Protection Agency, researchers from environmental engineering and geology will build a model to quantify the extent of untreated raw sewage discharges from homes throughout five counties in the Black Belt, an economically depressed region in the state.

UA Preview

  • April 8, 2019

This week at The University of Alabama:  UA seeks to better understand wastewater issues in rural Alabama — Researchers gain insight into bacterial immune systems – UA holds online fundraiser – Holocaust remembrance event set for April 9 – Rural Health Conference focuses on resilient communities – Literacy event for children

Holocaust Remembrance: The Story of a Survivor

  • April 5, 2019

On April 9, The University of Alabama’s Division of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion will host “Holocaust Remembrance” at the Ferguson Student Center ballroom at 7 p.m. A reception will follow.

Researchers Uncover Critical Insights into Bacterial Immune Systems

  • April 4, 2019

Researchers at The University of Alabama discovered how a common skin bacteria wards off viruses by leveraging cellular processes normally not considered part of any immune system. This discovery constitutes another milestone in understanding how to harness bacterial viruses to combat antibiotic-resistant infections.

UA to Host 58 Schools at National Forensics Tournament

  • April 3, 2019

The University of Alabama College of Communication and Information Sciences and the Alabama Forensic Council will host the 2019 American Forensics Association National Individual Events Tournament April 4-7 in Tuscaloosa.

Program Seeks to Improve Access to Cahaba River

  • April 2, 2019

Canoeists, kayakers, outdoor enthusiasts and others who take advantage of Alabama’s bounty of beautiful rivers and waterways will find their access to Alabama’s longest free-flowing and most biologically diverse river will soon improve thanks to a collaborative effort.