Archive for October, 2010
Cherones, who grew up in Tuscaloosa and received his master’s in broadcast and film communication from UA in 1976, will also teach a course to selected UA students during the spring semester called the Capstone Video Project.
Cherones directed or produced the first 86 episodes of Seinfeld, and also directed and produced episodes of Caroline in the City, Boston Common, Ellen, Growing Pains, News Radio, and Ladies Man.
Deadlines Dec 13, 2010; June 13, 2011; Dec 13, 2011
Purpose Grants to organizations that initiate and support running and fitness programs for kids — which in turn will help them live longer, healthier lives. Research shows running can also help children do better in school, manage stress, and reduce childhood obesity.
Selection of grant recipients will be based on the following:
•Utilization of running participation for health and/or well-being in children.
•Serves youth populations not traditionally exposed to running programs.
•Demonstrates support and inspiration in creating a program that exemplifies the Saucony Run For Good Program’s mission of inspiring the community of runners.
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In 2010, the U.S. Army reported the suicide rate among Army personnel was above the civilian rate for the first time since the Vietnam War.
Dr. Jo Pryce and retired Col. David Pryce, members of The University of Alabama’s School of Social Work, say the timing is not coincidental.
“Our government failed to plan for the human costs of the war on terrorism, especially with the effects multiple deployments have on the veteran and his or her family,” says Jo Pryce, an associate professor.