Archive for ‘October 29th, 2001’
McKinley Award, September 2001 Winner, UA's Bounds Law Library Holds Heflin Collection, Emory Honors UA Capstone College of Nursing Dean, University Programs Wins Award, and Harris is Appointed Alabama ACT Representative.
Harper Lee, author of "To Kill a Mockingbird," made a rare appearance on campus recently to speak to students in the University Honors Program.
A team of Tuscaloosa area girls, ages 9-14, is using a robot they have built to accomplish several missions in the Arctic, such as living on ice, building weather towers and escaping from polar bears. Well, hypothetically that is.
Many of The University of Alabama’s homecoming queens are returning to the Capstone this Homecoming for a reunion and to discuss having a special garden in their honor in the Crimson Promenade. Gloria Ann Terry Pennington, who was UA homecoming queen in 1939, and MarLa Sayers, the 1958 queen (and wife of Dr. Roger Sayers, past UA president), are hosting the first reunion to honor homecoming queens.
Typically, when college students enter an online message board they are likely to be discussing movies or the latest videos on MTV, but a select group of students in Dr. Guy Caldwell’s class are using their online time to discuss one of the greatest scientific breakthroughs ever - the Human Genome Project.
When former President Clinton made health care reform a priority for his administration, he and others in his administration envisioned a national information system that would allow all components of health care to share information.
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