Archive for ‘September 17th, 2001’
Dialog is pleased to introduce new full-time, regular faculty members to UA faculty and staff.
The School of Music in the College of Arts and Sciences has announced its 2001-2002 Celebrity Series concert schedule.
NASA has awarded Dr. Janis O’Donnell, a UA professor of biological sciences, a three-year grant of more than $580,000 for research designed to provide more insight into the physiological effects of gravity changes.
Jan Pruitt Duvall, associate director of UA’s Office of University Relations and director of the UA Office of Marketing Communications, was recently named District III chair for the Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE). District chairs help CASE achieve its mission and goals by coordinating programs in the organization’s eight geographic districts.
The University of Alabama has been named one of the top 50 public universities in the nation in the newly-released U.S. News & World Report rankings for 2002.
McKinley Award - Lisa Rhiney, and Crimson Spirit Award - Glenda Leasor and Melinda Ramage.
Although not exactly a typical class project, a UA McNair Scholar and an anthropology professor recently studied the reliability of dogs trained to sniff out dead bodies. Alanna Lasseter, a Mobile native and senior at UA, and Dr. Keith Jacobi, an assistant professor of anthropology, conducted a series of trials to gauge whether more uniform training methods for the dogs and their handlers could improve their reliability.
"Kickoff on the Quad" for the 2001 football season, now in its fourth year, will continue at the 2001 home game against Arkansas, Saturday, Sept. 22.
News & Media
- UA News
- Research Magazine
- Video Newsroom
- UA in the News
- UA Student News
- UA Events Calendar
- Experts Directory