Archive for ‘November 11th, 2002’
Autherine Lucy Foster, the first black student to enroll at the University, will speak on campus Wednesday, Nov. 20, at 7:30 p.m., in room 10, Alston Hall. Co-sponsored by the College of Arts and Sciences, the department of history, the African-American Studies Program, the Alabama Scholars Association and the Coalition for Diversity and Inclusiveness at UA, the lecture is entitled "Braving the Uncertain Future with Certainty."
The National Center for Public Policy and Higher Education and the Council for Adult and Experiential Learning recently named Dr. Robert F. Olin, dean of the College of Arts and Sciences at UA, as the 2002 recipient of the prestigious Virginia B. Smith Innovative Leadership Award.
Crimson Spirit Award -- Denise Cates Butler and James P. Hill, New Alumni Scholarships Awarded, Including One to Grandson of Grad Who Waited 50 Years for Diploma, and Bama Alums #1 in Nation In Supporting Academics through Scholarships.
"The spark that caused the automobile manufacturing fire in this state was struck at The University of Alabama," says Dr. Malcolm Portera, chancellor of The University of Alabama System.
The latest issue of the University's annual research magazine was published in early November.
The Southern Comparative Literature Association met Oct. 10-12 on The University of Alabama campus for their 28th annual conference.
News & Media
- UA News
- Research Magazine
- Video Newsroom
- UA in the News
- UA Student News
- UA Events Calendar
- Experts Directory