Capstone e-Letter for September 11, 2019
- September 17th, 2019
- in Capstone e-Letter
Sept. 11, 2019
Today, in recognition of the 18th anniversary of 9/11, The University of Alabama remembers and honors the nearly 3,000 lives lost in the horrific terrorist attack on our country. On this Patriot Day and National Day of Service, I hope you will seek opportunities to serve in our community or on our campus in tribute to our fallen citizens, first responders and the many who serve and protect our country every day.
UA RESEARCHERS CONTINUE GROUNDBREAKING WORK IN GREENLAND —
President Stuart R. Bell and his wife Susan visited UA researchers in northern Greenland. http://bit.ly/2lMru0v
UA TO HONOR VICTIMS OF 9/11 ATTACKS WITH STAIR CLIMB —
First responders, military veterans and their family support groups will participate in the stair climb that will wind its way through Coleman Coliseum. http://bit.ly/2lJWvCA
MORE THAN $25 MILLION RAISED FOR HEWSON HALL —
The goal of raising $30 million to construct Hewson Hall is within sight, with $25 million committed to date. http://bit.ly/2m8RzY3
UA EARLY COLLEGE GROWS IN ENROLLMENT, COURSE OFFERINGS —
Early College is eager to see continued enrollment growth after expanding the number of classes high school students can take for dual credit. http://bit.ly/2kcEOLu
UA LEGENDS TAKE CENTER STAGE IN NEW TV COMMERCIAL —
UA’s latest television commercial for the award-winning Where Legends Are Made branding campaign celebrates the achievements of its influential UA alumni. http://bit.ly/2k7CjtH
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