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June 1, 2012

Local students 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.

Lacey Brackner of Alabaster, Samantha Smith of Montevallo and Leigh Williams of Columbiana were three of eleven recent graduates at UM who were honored for exemplary service to the community. Smith and Williams, who both received a bachelor’s degree in social work, and Brackner, who received a bachelor’s degree in management cum laude, graduated with service cords recognizing 300 or more hours of community service and a grade point average of 2.75 or higher.

Press ReleasesJune 19, 2019

Montevallo grad student named Alabama Schweitzer Fellow

Montevallo grad student Jason Perry named Alabama Schweitzer Fellow University of Montevallo College of Education & Human Development graduate student Jason Perry has been selected as a member of the 2019-2020 class of Alabama Schweitzer Fellows, and will spend the next year learning to effectively address social factors impacting health while also developing lifelong leadership […]

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Press ReleasesMay 22, 2019

Outdoor Scholars Program receives funds to expand student opportunities

At the University of Montevallo President’s Outdoor Scholars end-of-year banquet on May 3, the Alabama Power Foundation and the Alabama Farmers Federation each donated $10,000 to the program. The money will be used to fund scholarships, environmental projects and experiential learning opportunities which are a core component of the President’s Outdoor Scholars Program. The Alabama Power Foundation’s […]

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Press ReleasesMay 21, 2019

Partnership provides valuable learning experiences to students and local bank

For more than a year, the University of Montevallo Stephens College of Business (SCOB) has partnered with Central State Bank (CSB) to provide marketing support. This partnership allowed the SCOB to broaden the practical educational opportunities for students, providing them access to real-world experiential learning opportunities. The collaboration began with Stephen Craft, dean of the […]

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