FocusFirst is a nationally unique, state-wide initiative that has made Alabama the No. 1 state for diagnosing and addressing vision problems in children ages 6 months to 5 years.
online casino games
SaveFirst trains college students enrolled in a service-learning course to prepare tax returns for low-income, working families.
Documenting Justice is a year-long course in documentary filmmaking that gives UA students of all majors the opportunity to explore social justice issues in Alabama or around the world. Watch one of those films here.
slots online spielen
Protecting the sight of Alabama’s youngest citizens
Filing tax returns for low-income, working families
Preparing high schoolers for Advanced Placement courses
Exploring social justice issues through film
Debating values-based, controversial issues
After tackling a host of difficult and sensitive topics in class, … More
In a storytelling course that examines systems of justice, UA students provide a platform for the voiceless.
Article by Ellen Johnson and Olivia Grider View this article as … More
UA students explore perceptions of poverty and justice while providing free tax-preparation services to low-income families.
Article by Lane Stafford and Olivia Grider View this article as … More
Business students learn about opportunities in developing markets while designing products for impoverished Indian communities.
Article by Katie Bedrich View this article as a pdf. … More
Journalism and broadcasting students report stories that raise awareness about poverty and food insecurity in West Alabama.
Article by Cara Walker View this article as a pdf. According … More
UA students play a key role in making Alabama the top state in the nation for finding and correcting vision problems in young children.
View this article as a pdf. Preschooler Jaden Knox didn’t say … More