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State Education, Child Advocacy Leaders to Take Part in Conference at UA

Children’s advocacy leaders and education experts will meet at The University of Alabama on Jan. 26 to address various child and family needs and to explore ways to improve the quality of life in Alabama.

UA to Hold Winter Commencement Exercises

The University of Alabama will hold its winter commencement exercises Dec. 12 at Coleman Coliseum on the UA campus.

UA Education Professor Named University Distinguished Research Professor

The University of Alabama Board of Trustees has named Dr. Stephen Thoma, professor of educational psychology at The University of Alabama, a University Distinguished Research Professor.

CrossingPoints to Begin $2.5 Million Expansion Program on UA Campus

CrossingPoints, a student transition program on The University of Alabama campus, is growing in both size and reach through a $2.5 million grant to help create a bridge to higher education for those with intellectual disabilities.

Author, Researcher to Speak on K-12 Issues in UA’s Laible Lecture

Dr. Kevin K. Kumashiro, dean of the School of Education at the University of San Francisco, will deliver the annual Julie C. Laible Memorial Lecture on Anti-Racist Scholarship, Education, and Social Activism Wednesday, Nov. 4 at The University of Alabama.

UA Education Professor Honored With Research Award

Dr. Sara McDaniel, assistant professor of special education at The University of Alabama, is the 2016 winner of the E.G. “Ted” Carr Initial Researcher Award, given annually by the Association for Positive Behavior Support.

Wade, Jones and Cleino Named to 2015 Educator Hall of Fame Class

Three educators with strong ties to both The University of Alabama and the City of Tuscaloosa will be inducted into the Educator Hall of Fame Saturday night.

UA, Shanghai Normal University Begin Elementary Ed Partnership

The University of Alabama’s College of Education is strengthening its international ties through a collaborative effort with Shanghai Normal University Tianhua College in China.

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.

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