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February 12, 2014

Montevallo Alumnus Returns to speak to Business Students

Larry J. Adams, a University of Montevallo alumnus who graduated in 1981 summa cum laude, returned to his alma mater recently to speak to more than 100 students in UM’s Michael E. Stephens College of Business. His topic was “My Story, My Business, My Advice.”

Adams spent his career in the insurance industry, holding several executive positions with Protective Life Insurance, based in Birmingham, and Ohio National in Cincinnati. In 2013, Adams and his wife, Celia Adams, UM class of 1982, relocated to Alabama to be near family and so that Adams could become executive vice president and chief operating officer of Petra Life Services, a consulting firm based in Birmingham.

Press ReleasesSeptember 20, 2017

President’s Outdoor Scholars Program promote National Hunting & Fishing Day at state press conference

On Tuesday, Sept. 19, representatives from several Alabama outdoor organizations gathered for a press conference at the Lower Wetumpka Shotgun Sports Club to promote the forthcoming National Hunting and Fishing Day on Sept. 23.  William Crawford, director of the University of Montevallo President’s Outdoor Scholars Program, was one of six speakers at the press conference. He discussed how the program not only engages […]

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Press ReleasesSeptember 20, 2017

Hazel Green student elected student trustee for SGA

Colton Williamson, a University of Montevallo senior from Hazel Green, Alabama, was recently elected student trustee for UM’s Student Government Association.   Williamson is a senior finance and marketing double major at the University. In addition to serving on SGA as trustee, he also serves as the college of business senator. Williamson is an honorary member of the National […]

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Press ReleasesSeptember 15, 2017

Montevallo and Lawson State announce partnership with continuUM program

The University of Montevallo and Lawson State Community College have announced a partnership to offer students easy transition from the community college to the four-year public university. The formalized program, continuUM, offers Lawson students guaranteed admission to UM after earning 24 transferable credit hours. “This collaborative effort reflects a perfect example of what universities and […]

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