Tag: Desktop News September 2023

Journey from the Potomac to Prestigious Internships 

Desktop News | September 2023 Over the past two summers, Emily Smith’s Potomac River journey has been far from that of a casual tourist. As an active participant in the 2022 A&S Professional Preparation Program in Washington, D.C., Smith leveraged her connections and newfound experiences to secure prestigious internships in the nation’s capital during both the summers of 2022 and 2023.   The Washington D.C. Professional Preparation Program stands as a beacon of opportunity for aspiring professionals, and Smith’s journey exemplifies […]

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VitAL Alabama’s Video Wins Emmy 

Desktop News | September 2023 VitAL Alabama’s awareness-raising commercial about opioid overdose won an Emmy for Outstanding Achievement Public Service Announcement.   VitAL Alabama, an initiative dedicated to mental health awareness and combatting substance misuse and overdose crises through education, training and medication, collaborated with Seed Creative and produced the award-winning video titled “See a possible opioid overdose? Make a difference, Make the Call.” The video is part of VitAL Alabama’s Project FREEDOM campaign, aiming to address opioid overdose issues effectively. […]

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AIRC Journal Amplifies Student Research

Desktop News | September 2023 The University of Alabama’s International Relations Club (AIRC) is making waves in the academic world with the launch of its peer-reviewed undergraduate research journal, the International Relations Journal. This exciting initiative opens doors for students to publish their research in the fields of international relations and comparative politics, filling a crucial gap in the University’s academic landscape.  AIRC, a prominent student-led global affairs organization at The University of Alabama, offers its members opportunities for learning, […]

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