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Hurricane Relief Weblog by George M. Brown

It really does not feel like over a week since the first influx of evacuees came to the Student Recreation Center and we all huddled together as the storm passed through Tuscaloosa with the...

September 6, 2005

Community Service Center Hurricane Update

Community Service Center Volunteer Response for Hurricane Katrina

September 5, 2005

UA Donates to Hurricane Victims

The University of Alabama will donate to The American Red Cross, $1 for every ticket sold to this weekend's Alabama-Middle Tennessee football game at Bryant-Denny Stadium.

September 3, 2005

UA Hurricane Relief Efforts Update

September 2, 2005 Update

September 2, 2005

Update on Hurricane Katrina Disaster Relief Efforts

Football fans attending the season opener for The University of Alabama will have an opportunity to show their support for victims of Hurricane Katrina as The University of Alabama works with the American Red...

September 1, 2005

Community Service Center Update

Community Service Center Volunteer Response for Hurricane Katrina

September 1, 2005

Hurricane Relief Weblog by George M. Brown

We here in Tuscaloosa have been affected by the Hurricane in one of the most profound of ways. We are now "home" to 465+ evacuees from mostly New Orleans, Louisiana as well as Gulfport...

September 1, 2005

Students From Alabama Black Belt Participate in UA Health Program

Fifteen students selected from the Black Belt region recently completed the 2005 Minority Rural Health Pipeline Program at The University of Alabama.

August 16, 2005

Alabama Students Complete UA Rural Health Program

Eighteen students selected from across the state recently completed the 2005 Rural Health Scholars Program at The University of Alabama.

August 16, 2005

Students Help West Alabama Community Through UA Ripple Effect Event

University of Alabama students will have an opportunity to be connected to the West Alabama community through a variety of volunteer service projects held Saturday, Aug. 27, as part of the 2005 Ripple Effect...

August 15, 2005

UA Honor Students Come to Campus Early to Volunteer at Local Elementary School

Some 50 freshmen in The University of Alabama Honors College, along with 17 student leaders, will be starting school a week early to participate in a community service project at Crestmont Elementary School in...

August 12, 2005

Alabama Safe State and OSHA to Hold Safety Fair for Hispanic Workers and Families Aug. 13

Hispanic workers and their families are invited to the Hispanic Family Safety and Health Fair, la Feria Familiar Hispana de Seguridad y Salud, Saturday, Aug. 13, from 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m. in the Pelham Civic...

August 11, 2005

Eufaula Teachers Take Part in Cutting-Edge Research at UA

Brenda O'Neal and Leigh McKenzie, both teachers in the Eufaula City School System, spent their summer at The University of Alabama conducting nanoscience research as part of a summer research program funded by the...

August 9, 2005

Shuttle Discovery Launch Weblog by Dr. Michael Freeman

Safely home! How sweet those words are!

August 9, 2005

Shuttle Discovery Launch Weblog by Dr. Michael Freeman

Well, along with I'm sure lots of other people, I was up at 3 a.m. CDT to watch Discovery come home to Florida. As soon as I turned on NASA TV at 3:05 a.m.,...

August 8, 2005