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For the first time since its founding in 1963, the University of South Alabama has a permanent home for its more than 87,000 alumni. On January 24, the USA National Alumni Association officially opened the MacQueen Alumni Center.
Last year, when Sarah Crass became chief of staff at Medical Teams International in Portland, Oregon, she thought the faith-based organization would continue to focus on preventing disease and misery in refugee camps from Lebanon to Bangladesh.
The USA National Alumni Association honored five alumni, a Mobile civic leader and a retired USA administrator for their outstanding accomplishments during the 16th annual Distinguished Alumni and Service Awards gala in March at the MacQueen Alumni Center.
Three significant USA Health construction projects, all scheduled to be completed by the end of 2021, will continue the transformation not only of USA Health, but the healthcare environment for the Mobile region.
Mansa El has been coaching high school boys for three years, but she still turns heads in Houston. The former University of South Alabama point guard remains one of the few women in the country coaching boys basketball.
South Alabama alumni across the country have shown strength during the global health crisis. From front-line workers to educators to citizens making a difference in their communities, the Jaguar spirit finds a way to shine through the darkness.