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.
For the UA Early College staff members tasked with planning and operating the annual Leaders Exploring Academic Possibilities camp, their first signal of success was a successful pilot 2016 and immediate addition of a second week of programs.
As much as Tuscaloosa has grown in recent years, it still has a “small-town feel” that continues to empower UA doctoral student Lauren Rollins as both a leader and educator.
University of Alabama elementary education majors recently wrapped up a month’s worth of STEM activities with four different classes at Woodland Forrest Elementary School.
UA researchers are part of nationwide study to identify veterans struggling with suicidal thoughts.
Ten University of Alabama students were chosen as Fulbright Student Award Winners for 2019–2020.
The University of Alabama will honor its first civil rights trailblazer Friday, bestowing an honorary doctoral degree upon Autherine Lucy Foster, the first African American to enroll and attend the University.
On this day, in a small gymnasium in the Tom Barnes Education Building at UA, Jessica Bowen is teaching color guard routines to a room of beginners. The positions and turns aren’t perfect, but that’s OK; the activity has underlying goals of teamwork, focus and fun.
The University of Alabama will hold its spring commencement exercises beginning Friday, May 3, at Coleman Coliseum on the UA campus.
On Thursday, PRCA-UA, along with 13 other student groups, gathered for the unveiling of their new home, which will help them expand their community service work.
Community and university engagement at The University of Alabama received a boost today with the unveiling of the UA Student Community Engagement Center.
Members of The University of Alabama faculty will be honored for their research and creative contributions at the upcoming Faculty Research Day.
As early as freshman year, College of Education students begin working in local classrooms, learning to anticipate future challenges and maximize success with their own students.
The National Science Foundation has awarded The University of Alabama a $2.85 million grant to strengthen content knowledge, teaching practice and leadership among math teachers in the greater Tuscaloosa area.
Nearly 500 undergraduate students at The University of Alabama are highlighting their research and creative projects during the Undergraduate Research and Creative Activity Conference March 27.
A University of Alabama education professor continues to be recognized for his research on race and gender identities in higher education contexts.
Jessica Bentley's experience with celiac disease helped her discover research opportunities that led to a published paper.
The National Institutes of Health has awarded The University of Alabama a $2.4 million grant to create interventions to lower aggression in middle-school students and lessen disproportionalities in school discipline.
Dr. Claire H. Major, professor of higher education administration at UA, hopes the launch of a recent service project will help fill a void in teaching practice by providing quick and easy web access to emerging, evidence-based teaching and learning methods.