Birmingham-Southern names local leaders to Norton Board BIRMINGHAM, Ala.-Twenty-eight corporate, community, and government leaders from the Birmingham area are the newest members of Birmingham-Southern College's Edward Lee Norton Board of Advisors for Management and Professional Education.
Birmingham-Southern names local leaders to Norton Board BIRMINGHAM, Ala.-Twenty-three corporate, community, and government leaders from the Birmingham area are the newest members of Birmingham-Southern College's Edward Lee Norton Board of Advisors for Management and Professional Education.
Outstanding alumni highlight Birmingham-Southern College's Reunion Weekend BIRMINGHAM, Ala.-New York Times Executive Editor Howell Raines, former U.S. Senator Howell Heflin, and Wake Forest University President Thomas Hearn are among the Birmingham-Southern graduates who will entertain alumni returning to the Hilltop campus May 3-4 for the college's Alumni Reunion Weekend 2002.
.Birmingham-Southern College announces Fall Term Dean's List BIRMINGHAM, Ala.-More than 300 students were named to the Dean's List of Distinguished Students for the Fall 2001 Term at Birmingham-Southern College. Full-time students named to the Dean's List have achieved a grade-point average of 3.5 or higher
Johnson joins Birmingham-Southern as multicultural affairs director
BIRMINGHAM, Ala.-Dr. Rushton Johnson has joined Birmingham-Southern College as director of multicultural affairs.
Prior to joining BSC, he served as director of student activities for Stillman College.
He received his bachelor's degree from Birmingham-Southern and his master's and doctoral degrees from the University of Alabama.
BIRMINGHAM, Ala.-Birmingham-Southern College has been named one of America's Best Christian Colleges-2001 by Institutional Research & Evaluation Inc. of Rome, Ga. This is the sixth consecutive year that the United Methodist-affiliated college has been included.
Birmingham-Southern was one of 175 institutions selected from a group of 1,101 schools responding to the survey. Colleges and universities in 40 states are included on the list. Other nationally recognized institutions on the list include Southern Methodist University, University of Notre Dame, and Loyola University.