The Student Affairs Highlights spotlights students, staff, services and programs that are excelling within the Division of Student Affairs.
UA students celebrate 50 years of diversity through performing arts
Indian dances, acapella singing, poetry readings and more brought more than 200 guests to the Ferguson Center Ballroom on April...
Blackburn Institute's Annual Symposium
More than 500 community members, students, fellows and board members gathered to celebrate the Blackburn Institute's Annual Symposium at Bryant Conference Center in February.
Second Annual Student Affairs Expo a Success
Scholarships, t-shirts, and a photo booth attracted more than 300 students to the Second Annual Student Affairs Expo on Feb. 7, 2013
Duncan surprised with McKinley award
Carol Duncan was surprised with an early Christmas gift as she was named the 2012 Vergil Parks McKinley Employee Award winner.
Student Highlight: Anna-Margaret Yarbrough
Through researching and understanding racial inequalities in southern educational systems, Graduate Student Services (GSS) Graduate Assistant, Anna-Margaret Yarbrough, is continuously influencing the Capstone community.
UA's Career Center takes students to Wells Fargo
Honor students in the business school were given the opportunity to apply for jobs at Wells Fargo. After reviewing resumes, the top 11 students were selected to meet with Wells Fargo executives in California.
The Old Boys' Rugby Match: A Timeless Tradition
Alumni, families and the UA community came together in a match that brought spectators out of their seats and onto the sideline.
Darrell Hargreaves: An International Referee
Assistant Director of Intramural and Club Sports at the University Recreation Center, Darrell Hargreaves, had the opportunity of a lifetime.
Event Highlight: Chocolate for a Cause
On Sept. 22 at the University Recreation Center, over 19 vendors and 250 participants came together with one common goal.
Event Highlight: Family Weekend 2012
Thousands of families from around the world came to campus in celebration of Family Weekend 2012, Sept. 21 - 23.
The end of the Cramer Era
Dr. Kathleen Cramer, who has retired after 35 years at UA, mentored and forged friendships with countless UA students and graduates.
The Future of Residential Life
Since 1969, thousands of UA students have called Rose Towers home, and on July 4, 2012, hundreds of onlookers watched as the former residence hall was imploded to make room for three new structures.
Event Highlight: Family Nights
An innovative program created within the Division of Student Affairs is giving a whole new meaning to community engagement at The University of Alabama.
Service Beyond the Quad
This May, sixteen UA students traveled to the Dominican Republic to impact the lives of many living in poverty.
Staff Highlight: Natalie Beck
Leader, collaborator and counselor are just a few of the traits that describe Natalie Beck.
Event Highlight: Coaching Character Initiative
Nick Saban and John Croyle share insight on character development at the Coaching Character Initiative hosted by Judicial Affairs.
The Women's Resource Center Hosts LUNAFEST®
Exposing the UA community to films for, by and about women.
The "Keyes" to Mental Health
Helping students turn a crisis into an opportunity and adapt to new ways of thinking and behaving is one of the most rewarding things for Dr. Lee Keyes, the executive director of The University of Alabama Counseling Center.
Students Discover Their Spark
First-year students selected to participate in a new community-building program called Ignite UA experienced a full day of self-discovery and growth on Feb. 11.
Event Highlight: Campus MovieFest
Students use talents for a spot on the big screen during the annual CMF competition, earning a chance for Hollywood.
Event Highlight: United Rivals
The work of The University of Alabama Division of Student Affairs extends far beyond the UA campus, state lines and even the deep rivalry of football.
Leadership in the Great Outdoors
For Lance Haynie, the path to a career in Student Affairs was as unpredictable as the wilds of the great outdoors.
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