College of Education

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UA’s Mobley Among Top 15 Emerging Scholars in Higher Education

Steve D. Mobley Jr. was selected as one of the nation’s top 15 emerging scholars under the age of 40 by “Diverse: Issues in Higher Education.”

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UA Among 60 Finalists for Transformative Workforce Project

A proposal from UA to lead a regional innovation and workforce development project for an economically depressed region of the state has received initial seed money.

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UA Leading Effort to Ready Future Teachers of Computer Science

The University of Alabama is leading a program among six state universities to prepare secondary education students to fill the need for trained computer science teachers in the state.

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Fayard Gift to Transform Literacy Education, Support Scholarship

Gary and Nancy Fayard expect their most recent commitment to the UA College of Education and Culverhouse College of Business will create a lasting impact on students as they navigate their lifetime of learning. 

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UA Center Helps Launch New Alabama Apprenticeship Dashboard

The tool provides useful, up-to-date information for anyone interested in apprenticeships, including students, parents, training providers, workforce agencies and employers. 

Archie Wade and Stuart Bell standing in front of Wade Hall following the dedication ceremony

UA Dedicates Wade Hall in Honor of First Black Faculty Member

The University of Alabama officially dedicated Wade Hall in honor of Dr. Archie Wade, the first Black faculty member at the Capstone, during a ceremony Nov. 3.

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Shelton Wins National Award for LGBTQ+ Advocacy

Dr. Stephanie Anne Shelton was recently honored with the 2021 National Council of Teachers of English LGBTQ+ Advocacy & Leadership Award.

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Pandemic Study: People Under Stress More Sensitive to Message Tone

A study involving more than 88,000 people from 47 countries conducted in the early months of the global coronavirus pandemic found people are less willing to take risks than before the pandemic.

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Don’t Let Weather Stop You: Exercise Tips for Summer

Let the experts help you exercise safely during hot, rainy weather.

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UA team named Year Three Champion in EcoCAR Mobility Challenge

UA’s team has taken the lead in the third year of this automotive engineering competition.