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June 1, 2012

Local student honored for service

MONTEVALLO—The University of Montevallo recently saw its first cohort of graduates wearing service cords walk across the stage at spring commencement.

Joanna Hawkins of Birmingham, Carmen Lambert of Trussvillle, Molly McConville of Birmingham and Michelle Nash of Bessemer were four of eleven recent graduates at UM who were honored for exemplary service to the community. Hawkins, Lambert and McConville, who all received bachelor’s degrees in social work, and Nash, who received a bachelor’s degree in sociology, graduated with service cords recognizing 300 or more hours of community service and a grade point average of 2.75 or higher. Hawkins graduated cum laude, and Nash was recognized for superior academic achievement.

Press ReleasesMay 26, 2020

University of Montevallo names 2020-2021 SGA cabinet

The University of Montevallo’s Student Government Association’s leadership team has been finalized for the 2020-2021 academic year. The new SGA executive cabinet was sworn in during virtual meetings in April, as the University was operating under a distance education model due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Thomas Dillard, a junior from Birmingham majoring in business administration, […]

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Press ReleasesMay 21, 2020

UM professor earns national environmental award 

Dr. Susan Caplow, associate professor of environmental studies at the University of Montevallo, has been named among the top instructors in her field by the Association for Environmental Studies and Sciences.   Each year, the association recognizes faculty, scholars and students in environmental studies and sciences who exemplify the highest standards of teaching, scholarship and service to the education community.  The Association for Environmental […]

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Press ReleasesMay 20, 2020

UM named to national Colleges of Distinction list for ninth-consecutive year

For the ninth consecutive year, the University of Montevallo has been named to the prestigious national Colleges of Distinction list, remaining one of only two public higher education institutions in the state to achieve the honor. In addition to again earning the overall Colleges of Distinction designation, UM also achieved program-specific recognition for the Stephens […]

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