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UA Preview — April 8-14, 2024

UA Preview — April 8-14, 2024

Three students named Goldwater Scholars, Graduate School celebrates centennial and much more. Continue reading UA Preview — April 8-14, 2024

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Staff members in the Department of Communications are ready to help members of the media who are looking for subject matter experts or covering a story on the UA campus. Direct questions to Alex House.

Abbott’s research is focused around many aspects of entomology, including the current cicada emergence.

Maddox studies how social media contributes to viral pop culture moments, and how brands make Sparks Fly by using social media to capitalize on them.

LeFebvre explores tech’s role in relationships, from Tinder beginnings to ghosted endings.

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Alabama Cyber Institute Gets Renewed Vision Under New Executive Director

The Alabama Cyber Institute has reemerged under new leadership and strategic vision.

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UA RISE Center Hosts Annual Golf, Tennis Fundraisers

The RISE Tournament of Champions and tennis tournaments help support the UA RISE Center.

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Teach in Bama Signs First School Districts

The UA College of Education has developed a program aimed at cultivating and retaining Alabama’s next great teachers.

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UA Graduate School Celebrates 100 Years

The UA Graduate School and Graduate Council were established in 1924.

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3 UA Students Earn Goldwater Scholarships

The latest selections bring UA’s number of Goldwater Scholars to 65.

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Transformative Dyslexia Education Program at UA Draws National Attention

Sens. Britt and Cassidy attended a roundtable highlighting successful results of UA’s Dyslexia Education Program.

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