The College of Human Environmental Sciences embraces the web’s ability to connect CHES with our students, faculty and staff, alumni, supporters, and prospective students. Part of that initiative is to offer new ways for our audience to interact with us on the web via the use of some of the most popular social networking tools on the web, Facebook,YouTube, and Twitter. You can also stay current with news happening in The College by subscribing to our RSS feeds.
Now you can get the latest information, connect with CHES and with other students, alumni and staff, interact with great streaming video content, and more. Add CHES to your social networking tools and help create a community of CHES supporters.
The College of Human Environmental Sciences encourages responsible use of social networking tools by students. For some tips on making social networking work for you, visit UA’s Career Center.
User-Generated Content Statement
The College of Human Environmental Sciences welcomes contributions from the community on its official social media pages. User-generated content on CHES social media pages does not necessarily reflect the views or opinions of The University of Alabama or The College of Human Environmental Sciences, and such content is not screened or approved by UA or CHES before it is posted.
The College of Human Environmental Sciences abides by Facebook’s Statement of Rights and Responsibilities, Twitter’s Terms of Service and YouTube’s Terms of Service, and encourages all users to do the same. Further, all users are expected to abide by any and all applicable laws and University of Alabama policies.
The College of Human Environmental Sciences reserves the right – but assumes no obligation – to remove any user-generated content that is deemed inappropriate by the standards set by each third-party provider, as well as content that is unlawful, off-topic, repetitive or commercial in nature. User-generated content is not monitored or moderated on a continual basis, but may be removed for the reasons stated here at any time. CHES encourages users to utilize tools provided by third-party providers to report inappropriate or offensive content.
The College of Human Environmental Sciences appreciates the contributions of all members of its online community, and encourages open discussion and the exchange of ideas in a way that adds value to all users.