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Alabama Power representatives present a check to the University of South Alabama to establish a scholars program in the College of Engineering. From left, USA President Dr. Tony Waldrop; Dr. Steven Furr, chair pro tempore of the USA Board of Trustees; Mike Saxon, Alabama Power vice president of the Mobile division; Beth Thomas, Alabama Power external affairs manager; and Abraham Mitchell, who will match the gift through the Mitchell-Moulton Scholarship Initiative.

Alabama Power Gift to Establish Scholars Program
September 15, 2014

A generous gift from the Alabama Power Foundation will enable the University of South Alabama's College of Engineering to estab...

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Dr. Mark E. Brandon, dean and Thomas E. McMillan Professor of Law at the University of Alabama Law School, will speak on Tuesday, Sept. 16, as part of 2014 Constitution Week.

USA Constitution Week Events to be Held Sept. 16-17
September 15, 2014

Dr. Mark E. Brandon, dean and Thomas E. McMillan Professor of Law at the University of Alabama Law School, will speak on Tuesda...

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Jeffrey Hamilton, center, was recognized as the first Board of Trustees Scholar at the Board's Sept. 9 meeting. USA President Dr. Tony Waldrop, far left, and Trustee Chair Pro Tempore Dr. Steve Furr, far right, are pictured with Hamilton and members of his family.

Board of Trustees Scholar Named
September 9, 2014

University of South Alabama freshman Jeffrey Hamilton of Foley has been named the first USA Board of Trustees Scholar....

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The University of South Alabama set a record enrollment with more than 16,000 students, an increase of 4.9 percent. At a news conference to announce the milestone, from left, are Dr. David Johnson, senior vice president for academic affairs; Christopher Lynch, interim director of enrollment services; and President Dr. Tony G. Waldrop.

USA Enrollment Tops Record 16,000 Students
August 25, 2014

The University of South Alabama has reached another milestone, with record enrollment surpassing 16,000 students for the 2014 f...

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