The Program: Different By Design. The AEDL program was years in the making. The level of experts and educators, coupled with core classes that are taught in an immersive, experiential setting, make this the most advanced program of its kind. The program goal: to enhance and expand the skills base of today's economic development professionals. This is the only program that is sponsored by four leading universities-The University of Alabama, Clemson, TCU, and Southern Mississippi-all working together to deliver the most dynamic, hands-on training program for economic developers. More information can be found on the website:
November 4, 2019 to November 7, 2019, Kauffman Foundation Conference Center
May 18, 2020 to May 21, 2020, Texas Chrisitan University
Established in 2000, The Alabama Community College Leadership Academy provides a year-long leadership development program for administrators and faculty members desiring to prepare themselves to take advantage of future senior-level management opportunities in two-year colleges. The Academy activities begin with a four-day workshop in residence followed by four two-day seminars, which meet on Thursdays and Fridays at host campuses during the year. Using the principles of Problem-Based Learning (PBL), participants work in teams to solve "real-world" problems faced by educational administration practitioners. The Academy features a variety of lectures, seminars, and workshops, and centers on five curricular themes.
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"Dixie's Great War: World War I and the American South" is a one-day symposium to be held Friday, October 6, 2017, at the Ferguson Center Great Hall on The University of Alabama campus. Across four sessions, the program will feature internationally renowned scholars of the First World War from around the country. Panels will focus on the war's political, social and cultural impact on the South in general as well as Alabama in particular. The symposium is free and open to the public, though registration is required. A reception will follow the closing of the last session, and books by the participating scholars will be available for purchase.
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Supporting Veterans' Children through Transitions

Supporting Veterans' Children through Transitions is a program planned by the Military Child Education Coalition, and sponsored by the Alabama Education Trust Fund in conjunction with The University of Alabama School of Social Work.

This one-day course enables youth-serving educators, professionals, and parents to support the unique transitional issues children face when their parents separate from the military. The course also addresses the challenges of children whose parents have died or experienced combat-related injuries and illnesses. Participants will develop strategies and resources to help these children thrive.

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