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UA Board of Trustees name UA professor as distinguished research professor

The recognition is one of the University’s most significant awards and has been received by fewer than 10 faculty members throughout the University's history. The title is given to those faculty members who have attained international success with their work, often conducting world-renowned research ...

Women celebrate 125th year at the University

 2018 marks the 125th anniversary of female enrollment at the University of Alabama. To commemorate the anniversary, a committee was formed to recognize what all women have done throughout their time at the Capstone and celebrate the female legends of UA. 

Capstone College of Nursing professor receives Burnum Award

This year the award was given to Marietta Stanton, a nurse, veteran, researcher and professor in the Capstone College of Nursing. Accepting the award on her behalf was Alice March, the assistant dean of Graduate Programs for the Capstone College of Nursing accepted the award on Stanton's behalf. In ...

Alabama Power donates three charging stations to campus

With an increasing number of students at the University, and a growing number of these students using laptops and technology in classes, many students were frustrated with the inability to charge devices when power runs low.

Supe Store to hold spring sale for supplies, clothes

The sale will feature clearance merchandise from all departments for under $20. Students can find clothing and accessories, souvenirs and school and art supplies. The Trunk Show boutique and Apple Campus Store will also have items marked down throughout the sale.

AAUW aims to close Alabama's gender pay gap

Throughout the year, the Women and Gender Resource Center partners with the Career Center to host Start Smart workshops to help female students develop salary negotiation skills. The workshops are co-sponsored by The University of Alabama’s chapter of the American Association of University Women (AAUW). ...

Nobel prize winner Vernon Smith to speak on campus

Economist Vernon Smith, winner of the 2002 Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences, will be coming to present a discussion on the misconceptions surrounding economic behavior and how the economy and market change over time.