Anniversary of Atlanta Shooting Recognized With Musical Tribute
Today, April 16, marks the one-month anniversary of the Atlanta spa shooting. In collaboration with the Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, U of A's Asian Pacific Americans Employee Impact Group and Ensemble HanSori came together to pay musical tribute and remembrance through this video.
"Umma-ya, Nuna-ya" (Dear Mother, Dear Sister) is a traditional Korean folksong that expresses the longing for home.
The performance is dedicated to the women, mothers and sisters who have taken on numerous, often unrecognized, often quiet sacrifices to create a home for others and themselves.
Er-Gene Kahng, professor of violin
Department of Music
Vernetta Mosley, founder of Cultivate the Writer, will lead graduate students through discussions on issues related to writing during virtual writing workshops running Monday to Friday, May 17-21.
The Chancellor's Commission on Women surveyed the U of A campus in early spring semester for input in setting the commission's priorities for the 2021-22 academic year.
The College of Engineering honors its outstanding students at the end of April, including the 2021 Outstanding Senior, Madeline Suellentrop.
Kevin Garewal, associate director of collections at Harvard Law School Library, will be the second candidate to present at 2:30 p.m., Monday, May 17, in the School of Law's E.J. Ball Courtroom.
The Inquiry Journal, an online publication showcasing the cutting-edge undergraduate research and scholarly activity at the U of A, will resume publication in August. Submit original research by July 1.