Montevallo to Play Alabama in Men’s Basketball Exhibition
The Falcons men’s basketball team will face The University of Alabama in an exhibition game Tuesday, Oct. 30 at Coleman Coliseum.
The contest will mark the Falcons’ fourth meeting with the Crimson Tide in an exhibition game, and the 11th contest against a team from the Southeastern Conference in program history. Tip-off time, ticket information and television information will be announced at a later date. Visit Falcons Athletics for the latest information.
Introducing Falcon Photo Library
Falcon Photo Library is UM’s new, cloud-based media management system for photography. It allows faculty, staff, students, alumni and the community to search, view and download photos.
You can access Falcon Photo Library anywhere you have web access. Simply visit montevallo.photoshelter.com and create a login using your UM credentials in order to download. For more information, please email Alyssa Green, or call 205-665-6241.
New URL Created for Required Accommodation Notice
All University public event notices (such as guest lectures, debates, concerts, theater productions, etc.) should contain the required disability accommodation statement: Individuals needing disability-related accommodations during this event should contact the host department or Disability Support Services (205-665-6250, DSS@montevallo.edu) as early as possible. Efforts will be made to accommodate all access requests regardless of timing, but the University cannot guarantee that requests made with less than one week’s notice can be met.
Due to space constraints on digital signage and some social media platforms, and when printing small post-card type announcements, a new shorter URL: montevallo.edu/disabilityaccess has been created which will link those interested to the full statement. Use of the full statement is encouraged whenever space is available.
Call For Green Fund Proposals + Drop-in Workshop
The Green Fund has $30,000 available! Any member of the UM community, including students and student groups, can write a Green Fund grant proposal. Application guidelines are available on request. Contact Dr. Caplow for more information.
Proposals are due Oct. 1. To assist with writing your proposal, they will be hosting a drop-in proposal workshop on Friday, Sept. 14, from 1 to 5 p.m. in the Tower.
Free Bicycle Registration
UMPD and UM Sustainability have partnered together to create a Bicycle Registration Program. Students, faculty and staff are encouraged to register their bicycles at no cost. This program is voluntary and offers the following advantages:
- Serves as a deterrent to theft
- Assists in the identification of lost or stolen bicycles.
- Easily notify the owner of found bicycles.
- Helps the University better plan for the future of bicycle facilities.
Follow these instructions to register your bicycle now.
Art Exhibition: New Work by Ying Kit Chan
New work by visiting artist Ying Kit Chan is on exhibit in The Gallery at Bloch Hall through Sept. 20. Chan examines environmental ethics, a philosophical study of the moral relationship between human beings and nature and the value that society extends to the environment. By utilizing a wide range of mediums, yet focusing on common recycled materials, Chan employs the Deep Ecology philosophy as well as Taoist and Buddhist ideologies in an effort to examine the relationship between human beings and nature. This work manifests the mental effect of contemplation, as well as the impact of physical actions, which result in degradation of the earth.