Swim to the Top, now in its third year with plans for a fourth, connects university students with the community through life-saving swimming lessons.
Dr. David Francko, dean of the Graduate School and associate provost, was among those honored at the CCBP's 10th Annual Excellence in Community Engagement awards.
Director of Community Education, Dr. Rosianna Gray, introduced UA's microbiology department to students at Holt Elementary's 2016 Spring Career Day.
Ping Shi teaches Tai Chi to Holt Elementary School students as a part of the Heart Touch program.
An alliance of area schools and parents, the academy applies research-based principles that build student achievement through strong family-school partnerships.
The Journal of Community Engagement and Scholarship (JCES) is a peer-reviewed international journal through which faculty, staff, students, and community partners disseminate scholarly works.
Together with the local community, the Center for Community-Based Partnerships provides several programs which focus on Community Education.
The Parent Teacher Leadership Academy utilizes research-based practices to provide professional development to parent and teacher leaders who use their knowledge to support students’ achievement through strong family-school partnerships.
The goal of the Swim to the Top program is to provide effective swim instruction to make children proficient survival swimmers. Swim instructors from The University of Alabama will work with Barnes Branch summer attendees to provide quality swim instruction.
The STEM Entrepreneurship Academy is a summer camp for high schoolers which presents science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) in the context of entrepreneurship to encourage majors and careers in the STEM areas.