Archive for ‘March 8th, 2010’
Crimson Calendar Click on http://dialog.ua.edu to view Dialog Extra on UA’s Web site if you have problems reading the e-mail subscription. ANNOUNCEMENTS CAMPUS MAIL SERVICE ADJUSTS SCHEDULE FOR SPRING BREAK – Campus Mail Service has adjusted its schedule for the upcoming Spring Break. Outgoing mail to be processed before the break that is not collected [...]
Faculty and staff members are encouraged to invite graduating seniors (candidates for undergraduate degrees in May 2010) to submit nominations for the Capstone Inspiring Educator Award by March 29.
Literary and Cultural Critic Trudier Harris Joins Department of English as Visiting Scholar-in-Residence
Acclaimed literary and cultural critic Dr. Trudier Harris will join the department of English this month as a visiting scholar in residence.
Mancini Named Burnum Award Winner, UA Receives National Recognition for Community Service and Service-Learning, Submit Outstanding Professional Award Nominations by March 12, and Reminder: OCTA Award Nominations Due This Week
Legendary Biologist, Pulitzer Winner and Alumnus E.O. Wilson to Speak at UA as Part of Blount Initiative’s 10th Anniversary
Throughout this year, a series of lectures and other events will celebrate the 10th anniversary of the founding of the College of Arts and Sciences’ Blount Undergraduate Initiative, a privately supported liberal arts program in the college. As part of the anniversary celebration, Dr. E.O. Wilson, an Arts and Sciences alumnus and two-time Pulitzer Prize winner who is widely considered one of the world’s most influential scientists, will give two public talks March 30 on campus.
Melouk, Perry Develop Statistical Model With Uses Including Terrorism Defense, Football Play-Calling
Two Culverhouse College of Commerce faculty members have developed a new and unique application for game theory that incorporates risk behavior and information updates.
Outgoing mail to be processed before the break that is not collected on regular mail routes should be brought to the mail center by 3 p.m. on Friday, March 12.
Asia Mushtaq, a Pakistani scholar who had never traveled outside her hometown without the accompaniment of an older relative, took an approximate 30-hour plane trip by herself so she could spend six months in Tuscaloosa to learn about Coping Power, a program co-developed by Dr. John Lochman.
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