Education

Faulkner University names Dennis Mitchell Henry new president

Faulkner University has named Dennis Mitchell Henry as its ninth president in the institution’s 80-year history.

UAH partners to receive $1M grant for environmental health research training

The five-year grant covers a train-the-trainer program for environmental health research training for nurses.

Auburn, Fort Benning forge 10-year, $18 million partnership

Auburn University and nearby Fort Benning have agreed to a 10-year partnership for Auburn’s Department of Risk Management & Safety to manage the Georgia...

Esports gaining traction on Alabama community college campuses

Esports is becoming an organized part of the college experience. Clay Postle is a member of Shelton State's esports team.

Anderson family makes largest gift UNA has ever received

The Charles C. Anderson family has given the University of North Alabama $6.5 million, the largest gift ever in the school’s nearly 200-year history

Can future rural health care be delivered by drones?

The University of Alabama in Huntsville is studying the utilization of drones in telehealth, specifically to help rural communities.

Faulkner awarded $4.25 million in grants for minority students

These two grants from the U.S. Department of Education represent the largest Faulkner University has ever received.

Spotlight on Fayette, Lamar & Marion: Higher Education

Bevill State Community College provides academic and workforce training programs, including automotive service technology.

Two Alabama companies on Forbes’ list of America’s Best Large Employers

The University of Alabama at Birmingham ranks 51st and Regions Financial ranks 334th on Forbes magazine’s 2022 list of America’s Best Large Employers.

CACC to partner with Intel on workforce program

Central Alabama Community College and tech giant Intel have signed a first-of-its-kind-in-Alabama agreement to help with the development of artificial intelligence throughout the Southeast.

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