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Edmond Naman ’87, a Mobile County Circuit Court judge and head of Mobile County Juvenile Court, dreams big. He co-founded an organization called NEST of Mobile that, as its website says, “aims to Nurture children, Equip parents, Strengthen families, and Transform communities.”
The University launched a fundraising campaign in August with the goal of building an on-campus football stadium by 2020. The campaign, called Get On Campus, is part of a comprehensive effort to fund the new stadium.
The University of South Alabama National Alumni Association held a groundbreaking ceremony for the new Julian and Kim MacQueen Alumni Center on October 12 on the University’s campus.
Cybersecurity is typically not high on the list of priorities for rising high school freshmen. However, for 60 ninth-graders at W.P. Davidson High School in Mobile, cybersecurity is not only a priority; it is a possible future career.
As a graduate-level physical therapy assistant professor in USA’s Pat Capps Covey College of Allied Health Professions, Jeremy Fletcher not only tries to pass his knowledge to his students, he lives it.
In order to improve the level of awareness among the communities, and encourage additional referring doctors and patients to use USA Health services, USA Health leaders launched a rebranding effort in 2016.