Archive for ‘March 9th, 2009’
The UA Center for Economic Development is co-sponsoring a Your Town Alabama Inc. leadership workshop and networking opportunity June 3-5 at Camp McDowell, located near Nauvoo.
Campus Mail Service will provide an adjusted schedule of mail service during the upcoming spring break.
The office of media relations recently launched a new column, “UA Matters,” that provides helpful tips from UA faculty and staff on everyday issues and problems facing Alabamians.
The Capstone International Center Japan Program is celebrating the 23rd annual Sakura Festival March 1-31.
As technology takes an increasingly important role in industry, the Culverhouse College of Commerce is helping to lead the way for research and analysis of automated production.
Upcoming training and development courses offered by HR.
Evolution and Fossils, Stone Inaugural Lecture, Music, Sports
Interpol Intrigued by Enders' Terror Study, Law School Technology Staff Honored, Smothers Receives Crimson Spirit Award, Mankey Wins International Contest with Scientific Image
What do poetry, dance and video have in common? They’re just a few of the media that merge in “MAH: Moving Around Heidegger,” an interdisciplinary art project created by UA faculty and produced with the help of students.
ANNOUNCEMENTS SPRING TRAINING 2009: FOOD, FITNESS AND FUN – The Office of Health Promotion and Wellness announces Spring Training 2009 – a free, five-week health and wellness program with a focus on healthy eating, physical activity and life balance. This free program kicks off on April 2 between 10 a.m.-12:30 p.m. at the Zone at [...]
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