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 This week at The University of Alabama: Watch high school engineering design competition sink or swim – Exhibit from artists over 50 demonstrates ‘it’s never too late’ – Native American foods highlighted at Moundville – Grant to assist UA in encouraging Latino nurses to earn advanced degrees — Jones Gallery exhibit focuses on arts of Southern heritage  

Statement Regarding Lawsuit (7-5-17)

Although The University of Alabama is not named as a defendant in the lawsuit filed by the Rondini family related to an alleged sexual assault that occurred off campus, Beth Howard, our Title IX coordinator, and Cara Blakes, a national certified counselor and former UA employee, are.  Even though no University employee or student was involved in the alleged assault against Megan Rondini, from the moment The University became aware of Megan’s needs, Ms. Howard and her team handled their responsibilities with care at all times keeping Megan’s wellbeing as their absolute highest priority. …

UA Statement (7-3-17)

The University of Alabama has been deeply saddened by the death of Megan Rondini, and we continue to offer our sympathy to her friends and family. The University supports the staff and dedicated work of its Title IX office and the Women and Gender Resource Center, but will not otherwise comment on the substance of the lawsuit. The University remains committed to providing a safe learning environment for all students. As part of its efforts, and specifically in regard to sexual assault, the University has been working closely with partners throughout the Tuscaloosa community to help raise awareness, prevent and support victims of sexual assault.

UA Gallery Features OLLI Student Work

The work of 25 Osher Lifelong Learning Institute students will be displayed at The University of Alabama Gallery from Friday, July 7, to Friday, Aug. 18.

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This week at The University of Alabama: Grant to assist UA in encouraging Latino nurses to earn advanced degrees – Wheelchair basketball camp for youth starts Thursday – Flute making at Moundville Park – Jones Gallery exhibit focuses on arts of Southern heritage — Business Hall of Fame inductees announced