MONTEVALLO—An arrest has been made in the case of cats found dead of unnatural causes on the University of Montevallo campus. The suspect was arrested and booked into the Shelby County jail on Tuesday. Cruelty to animals charges have been filed.
Cynthia Todd Appointed as First African American Woman to the University of Montevallo Board of Trustees
Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey has appointed Cynthia Todd to serve on the University of Montevallo Board of Trustees. Todd is the first Black woman to serve as a UM trustee. “I appreciate you serving in this capacity, and I am confident you will render valuable service to the citizens of Alabama,” Ivey stated in a letter […]Read More
UM’s Model United Nations Team Returned to In-Person Competition and Picked Up Multiple Awards
After competing online in 2020 due to the pandemic, the University of Montevallo’s Model United Nations team triumphantly returned to in-person competition and won a conference-wide Outstanding Position Paper and a Best Delegate award for the INTERPOL committee at the 2021 Southern Regional Model United Nations conference in Atlanta at the end of November. Dr. […]Read More
UM Named Among Best Nutrition and Wellness Programs in the Nation
Intelligent magazine ranked the University of Montevallo’s Nutrition and Wellness Program as the fourth best nutrition degree program in the nation and the best nutrition program in the South in its Best Nutrition Degree Programs of 2022 rankings. Intelligent magazine, which is centered around a lifelong commitment to continuous improvement, assessed 190 universities and colleges […]Read More