Faculty-Lead Education Abroad Showcase

November 14, 2018 2:00-4:00pm Ferguson, Room 3111 The College of Arts & Sciences Presents the faculty-lead Education Abroad showcase! Stop by to meet with Arts & Sciences faculty who are leading Education Abroad programs. Students and faculty will present about their experiences. You will also be able to enter into a drawing for a $200 Education Abroad scholarship. Refreshments will be served.  

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Global Cafe Fulbright Event

Join us on Tuesday, November 13th at the Global Cafe to hear from a panel of students who have won the Fulbright award. They will recount their experiences, share their application secrets, answer question and encourage applicants. Refreshments will be provided at 5 pm and the program will start at 5:30 and last until 6:30pm. Parking passes are available at the front desk. Students faculty and community members are welcome! You can find the location of the Global Cafe by […]

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Marine Research Training Opportunity

Are you interested in the ocean and gaining research experience abroad? Oceans research just may the program for you! Oceans research offers opportunities for undergraduate and graduate students from around the world to join a team of researchers in Mossel Bay, South Africa. Students will spend a month not just observing but rather collecting data, while gaining valuable insight and training in the latest methods and seamanship to equip them with skills necessary to be successful in the field. If […]

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October 29 Gorgas 205 Noon-1PM Thinking about going to law school but don’t know where to start? Join us as we hear from experts who know exactly what you should be doing in order to be successful with your journey to and through law school. We will be discussing topics such as job shadowing, internships and networking. You will be able to hear from representatives from the pre-law program, current law school students, the career center and a former attorney. […]


National Consortium for the Study of Terrorism and Responses to Terrorism (START)

Are you looking to study terrorism? Are you hoping to work in the intelligence community? Are you considering graduate school? START’s Graduate Certificate in Terrorism Analysis aims to train the next generation of scholars and analysts to examine questions related to the behavior of terrorists and terrorist groups, and how societies can best prepare and respond to terrorist threats and attacks.  This four-course, twelve-credit, fully online program can be completed in as little as nine-months – or a more expanded […]

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Pizza With Professors

Wednesday October 3rd, Noon-1pm, Gorgas 205  The Office for Undergraduate Research is hosting Pizza with Professors featuring eight faculty members from across the UA campus who will briefly talk about their research and how to get involved in research in their research labs.  Stop by to chat with these great faculty about research in biology, exercise science, communication, criminal justice, geography, and computer science.

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Walker County Internship

Are you a student interested in public sector work, non-profit leadership and civic engagement related fields? If so, you should look into the Walker County internship through New College! It is a an eight-week embedded civic engagement internship that New College administers in partnership with the Walker Area Community Foundation and the David Mathews Center for Civic Life. Students have worked with a wide range of organizations in the area, that work on issues like public health, workforce readiness, literacy, […]

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Cybersecurity Panel

Cybersecurity Panel, Thursday, October 2, 6pm, Ferguson Theater. Free Jimmy Johns will be provided for anyone who attends this event! There will be four cybersecurity experts on the panel, answering questions about cybersecurity and offering advice to students who wish to pursue a career in cybersecurity. Additional event details are available at https://www.ua.edu/events/event/123191.

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Teach for America Opportunities

Teach for America can help take your leadership to the next level through unique professional development and opportunities to make an immediate and lasting impact.   If you are interested in teaching and want more information visit: https://www.teachforamerica.org/ If you are interested in getting an internship and want more information visit: https://www.teachforamerica.org/join-tfa/internships-experiences

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