Two University of Alabama professors and two graduate students were recognized with high honors at the 2020 National Council of Teachers of English Award ceremony this week.
UA's CrossingPoints Transition Program has received two federal grants totaling more than $4 million to enhance education efforts.
Technology developed through research at The University of Alabama is available in major mobile app stores, ready to revolutionize how people track their health and fitness progress.
A new MRI scanner paves the way for researchers to expand the boundaries of knowledge of the human brain, bringing benefits to the core educational mission of campus.
UA researchers come together to improve the lives of those with autism.
A collaborative project between The University of Alabama and several statewide partners was awarded a nearly $4 million grant to bring computer science education to Alabama K-12 schools.
Six projects designed to deepen understanding of the coronavirus pandemic and future pandemics and positively influence society will receive seed funding from The University of Alabama.
Becca Paholski always knew she wanted to work with kids. As a distance learner, she got to experience her dream job early, while still a full-time student.
As UA students prepare to resume the spring semester next week, some will face a new set of challenges by taking courses online for the first time.
Faculty at The University of Alabama are available to discuss aspects of continuing the school year remotely across the state.
Parents are crucial in maintaining a routine and engaging children in educational activities.
As UA shifts to distance learning for the foreseeable future to combat the spread of COVID-19, some faculty will be called to teach courses online for the first time.
UA remains committed to providing transformative opportunities to young children and adults with Down syndrome through two innovative programs.
A University of Alabama research duo, in partnership with a Birmingham company, developed an app allowing users to take a single photo and generate accurate body composition measures.
Two inventive projects are participating in the National Science Foundation Innovation Corps, or I-Corps, Teams program. It provides university researchers entrepreneurial education, mentoring and funding to accelerate innovation to attract third-party funding and bring technology to the market.
The University of Alabama will hold its fall commencement exercises Saturday, Dec. 14, at Coleman Coliseum on the UA campus.
Thanks to help from The University of Alabama, Choctaw County Schools was awarded a $2.8 million School Climate Transformation Grant from the U.S. Department of Education.
UA has strengthened its role as the leader in the state for improving education for primary and secondary education students through encouraging alternative discipline methods and supporting students with mental health issues.
The University of Alabama College of Education has forged an innovative research collaborative with Auburn University to address social justice issues in education in Alabama.
The University of Alabama National Alumni Association announced the 2019 recipients of the University’s highest honor for excellence in teaching – the Outstanding Commitment to Teaching Awards.
Six students recently began their college careers in UA's first year-round program for individuals with intellectual disabilities.
University of Alabama researchers have expanded their study of law enforcement use of force, forming a partnership to help recruit participants.
UA graduate student Rachel Paulk is working with West Alabama-area law enforcement on an innovative research project that measures officers’ responses in various “shoot/don’t shoot" scenarios.
The University of Alabama will hold its summer commencement exercise Saturday, Aug. 3, at Coleman Coliseum on the UA campus.
Dr. Sara McDaniel, executive director of the Alabama Positive Behavior Supports Office, works with the Jefferson County School District to address its discipline issues while it navigates the terms of its consent decree with the DOJ.