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Frances R. Finney earned undergraduate and master’s degrees from the UAB School of Education.
The University of Alabama at Birmingham African American Studies Program and the Department of Justice Sciences will host two events highlighting its role in the community.
The $49 million grant will enhance services for students, parents and teachers in Alabama’s high-poverty Black Belt.
The first two cohorts of Ed.S. students are organizing a conference in October aimed at helping answer everyday questions.
“What’s the Big Idea?” brings philosophy questions to the everyday.
Von E. Nebbitt researches the effects of exposure to community and domestic violence on African American youths living in public housing.
Experts will participate in a discussion on police and minority relations in Birmingham in a townhall meeting Tuesday, Sept. 16.
Body language expert Mark Hickson, Ph.D., honored by National Communication Association.
Walk, jog or run the 2-mile course that weaves through campus and Railroad Park, and stay for the Post-Walk Party at Dowdy Field.