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UA Continues to Strengthen Role in Economic Development

Circuits and electrical wires are connected with UA-themed tape.

A significant increase in external funding for The University of Alabama’s economic development assets highlights gains made the past year that support the University becoming an innovative driver of growth in the state.

September 29, 2021

UA Leading Investment to Address Rural Health Inequities

The University of Alabama will spearhead a more than $4 million initiative to improve health care equity by helping underserved communities in the state be more resilient to health disparities, many exposed during the...

September 27, 2021

UA Online Seeking Nominees for Military Award

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The selected honoree and nominator will each receive a tuition grant for UA Online courses and be honored on-field during the New Mexico State home football game.

September 21, 2021

UA Offering Tutoring, Job Training and Financial Courses

Free tutoring, job skills and financial literacy training sessions will soon be available to West Alabama residents, including veterans and teens, through The University of Alabama’s Culverhouse College of Business.

September 14, 2021

UA Kicks Off Hispanic-Latinx Heritage Month Celebration

Hispanic-Latinx Heritage Month

From film screenings and cultural discussions to dancing and food, there are many ways to celebrate between Sept. 15 and Oct. 15.

September 13, 2021

UA Launches 2021 United Way Campaign, Announces $400,000 Goal

Big Al holds a giant pledge card for the United Way that reads "$400,000

This year’s host is the Capstone College of Nursing, which selected the campaign theme Committed to Caring for Those in Need.

August 27, 2021

UA SafeState Program Earns National Award for Work During Pandemic

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The on-site consultation program was recognized nationally by the United States Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration.

July 5, 2021

UA Sophomore Combats Bullying with Children’s Book

Pages from the book "Maddie the BRAVE."

University of Alabama sophomore Noelia Voigt, winner of the 2021 Miss Connecticut Collegiate America pageant, wrote a children’s book and helped create an app on antibullying.

June 1, 2021

UA Hosts Forum on Real Estate Industry Since 2011 Tornadoes

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On April 30 a panel of experts, government officials and industry leaders will address key local issues rooted in the real estate sector, with a dedicated discussion of the evolution of Tuscaloosa's overall residential...

April 27, 2021

In Decade Since Devastation, UA Resiliency Leads to Lasting Change

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In the decade since the tornado on April 27, 2011, UA has become a leader in storm preparedness, opened avenues for research, and built deeper relationships with the community.

April 21, 2021

Student Club Encourages Peers to Save Lives, Become Organ Donors

Organ Organization members Ryan Landsberg and Stanley Walker

UA's Organ Organization student club is hosting Donate to Life Week April 12-18.

April 12, 2021

CCS Seeks to Fund New Military Scholarship Through Bama Blitz

Adam Linn and his family.

Military service members and their families make sacrifices every day — educational goals should not be one of them.

April 8, 2021

UA Students Compete in SEC Food Fight to Help Food Pantry

UA students fill boxes with food.

The University of Alabama's Division of Student Life, Center for Service and Leadership, and the Office of Student Care and Wellbeing are partnering to compete in the first-ever SEC Food Fight.

April 7, 2021

Volunteers, Donations Needed for Tornado Relief

a ball cap hat reading "The University of Alabama Center for Service and Leadership" sits on top of a pile of debris at a volunteer work site.

40 volunteers are needed for two service days in Shelby County.

April 2, 2021

Perfectionism Reaps High Rewards, But Can Also Bring Much Pain

Wisdom or perfectionism

Though perfectionism has helped many high achievers and people with Type A personalities climb to the top of their class, work, sport, or other fields, it also has many downsides that have to be...

March 25, 2021