UA’s President’s Advisory Committee for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion released its comprehensive report, which includes strategies for ongoing coordination and expansion of UA’s DEI efforts.
The University is offering a free new program, EI@UA, to support families of young children who have disabilities or developmental delays.
In 2011, third grader Mary Virginia McKinley competed in UA’s first-ever robotics competition. Now she is studying computer science.
UA’s College of Education will launch the UA Early Learning Initiative at Gadsden in January 2021 at the University’s Gadsden Center.
UA’s Office of Veteran and Military Affairs will join other local organizations to honor veterans at the annual Tuscaloosa Veterans Day Ceremony.
As in-person classes transition to remote learning beginning Nov. 20, the University will remain open and continue with normal operations.
Master of Journalism student Elroy Johnson’s documentary follows three Black teenagers in a Dallas, Texas STEM program.
Now housed on the second floor of the Ferguson Student Center, the center offers weekly programming as well as informal gathering space.