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Bama Year One connects freshman with service

The servant leadership program involves small group programs where participants partake in community service and learn more about meaningful service and engaged leadership. It helps students get to know what exactly those terms mean to them by meeting with their groups for an hour a week, where they ...

VP for diversity, equity and inclusion discusses goals for UA

In most of G. Christine Taylor's professional experiences she was the first woman, first person of color, or the youngest person in the organization. She knows what it means to be on the outside, and how much better an organization is when all members are included. As the new vice president and associate ...

Diversity officer position filled

“Our goal in creating this leadership position is to enhance the engagement, support, and well-being for everyone on campus,” President Stuart Bell said when the search was originally announced last year.  

University creates parking space for Purple Heart recipients

 Purple Heart recipients will register for a parking tag to hang in their car which will allow them to park in the Purple Heart parking space in the southwest corner of the Ferguson Student Center parking lot, as well as well as in all zones on campus.  

PREVIEW: Three-minute Thesis Watch Party

To unveil a documentary about the “Three Minute Thesis” competition, the Graduate School and the Graduate Student Association are hosting a watch party with free food and door prizes on Thursday night.

PREVIEW: The Mental Health Crisis in Jails

In order to raise awareness about mental health in jails, the College of Community Health Sciences is hosting a presentation and panel discussion about the topic today.

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