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South African Professor to Speak at UA on Post-Apartheid Education System

The United States and South Africa face similar challenges in dealing with race, poverty and education, according to a South African researcher who’ll speak Thursday at The University of Alabama.

UA to Help Strengthen K-12 Special Education, Math Teachers

K-12 math and special education teachers in Tuscaloosa County and West Alabama will build stronger working relationships and teaching skills through a new research and service project at The University of Alabama.

Senior Bowl’s Savage, SEC’s Claybrook Headline Lecture Series at UA

Officials from the Southeastern Conference, Turner Sports, the Phoenix Suns and Atlanta Falcons are among nearly two dozen speakers slated to participate in a new lecture series at The University of Alabama.

UA Secondary Math Education Program Earns Designation

The Secondary Math Education program in the College of Education at The University of Alabama has received National Recognition from the National Council for Teachers of Mathematics.

UA to Hold its Summer Commencement Exercises

The University of Alabama will hold its summer commencement exercises Aug. 1 at Coleman Coliseum on the UA campus.

UA Matters: Keeping the Young, Young at Heart Safe from Sun

The University of Alabama’s Dr. Phil Bishop offers a few tips on how to protect those who are especially susceptible to problems from the hot summer sun.

UA Matters: Exercising, Working in the Summer Heat

Hot, humid weather poses great challenges for those working or exercising out of doors. The University of Alabama’s Dr. Phil Bishop offers some advice on staying safe in the heat. Exercise and work causes us to produce more heat, and we must evaporate sweat to stay cool, so exercise early in the AM and late […]

UA Matters: Avoiding Brain Drain during Summer

Summer is a time for students, parents and teachers to get a break from the rigors of academic life and prepare themselves for the upcoming school year. Unfortunately, most students will inevitably fall victim to brain drain during this time. Summer brain drain refers to the loss of skills, especially in reading and mathematics, during the […]

UA Education Encourages Comments during Accreditation Process

The University of Alabama’s College of Education invites third-party comments to be submitted to the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation under the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education Standards, which will visit UA for an accreditation visit in Spring of 2016.

Ninth Cohort of Coca-Cola First Generation Scholars Attending UA

The University of Alabama has welcomed the ninth cohort of Coca-Cola First Generation Scholars to campus.

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