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UA Issues Threat Assessment Guidelines

The Office of Emergency Preparedness recently enhanced its capabilities by hiring a threat assessment specialist and adopting UA’s newly approved behavioral threat assessment guidelines.

Culverhouse Scholarship Donation Designed to Give UA Students Options

Eyeing an opportunity to provide options to University of Alabama students, Hugh Culverhouse and his wife, Eliza, have donated $2 million to The University of Alabama for scholarships.

‘The Myth of Martyrdom’

Dr. Adam Lankford, a faculty member in The University of Alabama’s criminal justice department, examines the similarities between suicide terrorists and rampage shooters.

Back to Her Roots

Dr. Robin Boylorn is an assistant professor in the department of communication studies and an autoethnographer, a researcher of herself, her own culture and her own identity – a black woman, raised in the South.

Biodiversity Experts Head to UA for Edward O. Wilson Symposium

International biodiversity experts will join Dr. Edward O. Wilson, a UA alumnus, Pulitzer Prize winner and one of the world’s most decorated scientists, for a three-day symposium on the state and future of biodiversity on the planet.

Faculty Mentors Introduce Students to World of Research

Students, with faculty mentoring, are planning projects for the Spring Undergraduate Research and Creative Activity Conference, an annual UA event that provides a welcoming and competitive venue for undergraduates to showcase research findings.

Art Lessons

The Paul R. Jones Collection of American Art provides UA students with a wealth of learning opportunities, both scholarly and creative.

AIME and OTT Bring Innovation to Market

An idea on paper is only words. The challenge comes in trying to bring that idea to life – and then finding someone willing to put money into it.

UA Takes Collaborative Approach to Help Patients with Multiple Chronic Conditions

By Kim Eaton University of Alabama students are learning the value behind the “two heads are better than one” concept when addressing the health-care needs of rural communities. The Capstone College of Nursing received a $997,173 grant from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services to implement a collaborative, team-based approach to working with […]

Mentoring Creativity

Students in the master of fine arts program foster the creativity of young writers through UA’s creative writing camp and club.

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