Archive for ‘April 6th, 2009’
ANNOUNCEMENTS LIMITED ROAD ACCESS NEAR FLEET SERVICES APRIL 7 – Due to a drainage project, 14th Street near Fleet Services will be closed to all through traffic for several hours on Tuesday, April 7. Fourteenth Avenue will stay open to allow access to the west end of the street. For access to Fleet Services for [...]
Michael Lovorn knows the power of a good laugh. An assistant professor of social studies education at UA, he spends much of his time researching the potential of humor as a teaching tactic — and road-tests his theories right in his own classroom.
Asia Interest Week, Undergraduate Research and Creative Activity Conference, 11th Annual Darden Lecture, Music and Sports
UA will recognize the scholarship and leadership of students and faculty with 2009 Honors Week activities on campus April 6-10.
New parking permit rates for 2009-2010 reflect the fourth year in a five-year plan by UA to support improvement and maintenance of parking and transportation infrastructures.
Bryant Wins Burnum Distinguished Faculty Award, Carter Named Assistant Director for Health Promotion and Wellness, Black Receives Children’s Advocate Award, Multiple Abilities Program Receives National Recognition, and You May be Eligible for a Tax Credit
The Women's Wheelchair Basketball team ended its season on a high note as national champions by defeating the University of Illinois during the playoff tournament held in Denver.
Upcoming training and development courses offered by HR.
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