Archive for ‘July 22nd, 2002’
In memoriam of Joseph S. Bolt, J. Warren Hutton, Dr. Virginia O. Foscue, and David W. Phipps.
Dr. Thomas E. Corts, president of Samford University, will be the featured speaker for the University of Alabama's summer commencement ceremony Monday, Aug. 12 at Coleman Coliseum.
The University of Alabama's Tuba quartet recently brought home a first-place award from the International Tuba Euphonium Association conference in Greensboro, N.C., where they competed against quartets from across America and around the world.
For the sixth consecutive year the American Ballet Theatre, one of the world's premiere ballet companies, is holding classes at UA.
The University of Alabama Press has released "A Century of Controversy: Constitutional Reform in Alabama," edited by H. Bailey Thomson, associate professor of journalism at UA.
UA's University Child Care Services was recently re-accredited by the National Association for the Education of Young Children, a prestigious recognition only achieved by seven percent of early childhood programs nationwide. NAEYC, the nation's oldest and largest organization dedicated to improving the quality of early childhood education, established accreditation in 1985 in response to the growing number of children enrolled in child care facilities.
Crimson Spirit Award -- Jill Satcher and Andy Beville, and Law Profs Cited by U.S. Supreme Court.
The Howard Hughes Medical Institute has awarded $1.8 million to The University of Alabama, enabling the University to continue strengthening undergraduate education in biological sciences. The four-year grant is one of 44 grants totaling $80 million awarded this year to research universities across the nation through HHMI's undergraduate grants program. Recipients were selected from among the 189 institutions that submitted proposals.
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