Marie Sutton

Marie Sutton

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Academic affairs and student involvement, African-American studies, anthropology, communication studies, education, English, foreign languages, government, history, philosophy, social work, sociology
UAB has joined the Clinton Global Initiative University Network; the Office of Service Learning plans to provide training, resources for student innovators.

Gregory Pence, Ph.D., will discuss “Should We Clone People?”

The event, hosted by the Department of English, will take place at 6 p.m. in the Hulsey Recital Hall, 950 13th St. South.

The week will feature speakers, an artist, trainings, a spoken-word performance, classroom lectures and consultation meetings by local and national experts.

Hitchcock is an assistant professor of social work.

Wittig was honored for making significant contributions to the field and having mentored many public relations practitioners in the region.

The women will be honored at the Fund’s Smart Party event, a high-tech cocktail party and fundraiser benefitting The Women’s Fund.

Carolyn McKinstry is the author of “While the World Watched,” a memoir that chronicles her life growing up in Birmingham.

The program, which offers a major and a minor, promotes an appreciation of the different values and structures of the world’s diverse societies.

Ryder, a student in the University Honors Program, is a double major in biology and anthropology with minors in Middle Eastern studies and chemistry.

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