March 4, 2013

Faculty research symposium to be held at University of Montevallo

MONTEVALLO—The University of Montevallo will hold a Faculty Research Symposium Wednesday, March 6, from 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., in the Master Classroom of Wills Hall (Room 200). Ten recent recipients of sabbaticals and University grants will present their work.

Presentation topics will range from “New Research on Romeo and Juliet” to “Montevallo Recycling Center Mural and Garden Project;” from “Constraint Induced Aphasia Therapy II” to “Terrestrial Ghost: Recent Paintings by Misty Bennett.”

Students, faculty and staff, as well as the general public, are invited to drop in at any time during the day to observe these demonstrations. The event is free, and refreshments will be served.

For additional information, contact Kathy King, director of faculty development and collaboration, at 205-665-6504 or kingk@montevallo.edu.

Press ReleasesDecember 14, 2021

UM celebrates Class of 2021 graduates at Fall Commencement

The University of Montevallo celebrated the achievements of 175 graduates as they received their degrees during the University’s Fall Commencement on Dec. 10 in the McChesney Student Activity Center. During the evening ceremony, Dr. John W. Stewart III conferred 130 candidates for bachelor’s degrees and 45 candidates for graduate degrees. Willie L. Phillips ’00, a […]

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Press ReleasesDecember 7, 2021

James and Jennifer Newman establish Endowed Accounting Scholarship

The University of Montevallo is proud to announce the establishment of the James and Jennifer Newman Endowed Accounting Scholarship in the Michael E. Stephens College of Business, made possible by a generous donation from the Newman family. The scholarship will be provided to a student pursuing a degree in accounting, with preference to a student […]

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Press ReleasesDecember 6, 2021

University of Montevallo programs partner to help Shelby Emergency Assistance

Two student programs at the University of Montevallo recently joined together to serve Shelby Emergency Assistance (SEA), a local agency that assists those in crisis situations throughout Shelby County. Minorities Achieving Dreams of Excellence (M.A.D.E.) and the President’s Outdoor Scholars Program partnered to host a food and toiletry drive benefitting SEA. Jason Perry, student diversity recruitment and retention coordinator at […]

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