Desktop News | November 2023 At the College of Arts and Sciences, our dedicated faculty leave a unique mark on the University through their commitment to students, research and community service. The Marilyn Williams Elmore and John Durr Elmore Endowed Professorship highlights some of the College’s most dedicated scholars, whose innovative, forward-thinking research and relentless support of students have distinguished them as invaluable members of our community. The three recipients of the 2023 Marilyn Williams Elmore and John Durr Elmore […]
Desktop News | August 2023 The McCollough Institute for Pre-Medical Scholars, endowed by Dr. Gaylon and Mrs. Susan McCollough, has become a standout in the medical education community, attracting widespread attention due to its success in cultivating aspiring physicians. The inaugural class of the program achieved an extraordinary feat, boasting a 100% acceptance rate into medical institutions nationwide. This accomplishment serves as a testament to the program’s effectiveness in producing highly qualified and well-prepared medical candidates, setting a new standard […]
Desktop News | August 2023 The College of Arts and Sciences is proud to announce the Yonder Contemporary Dance Company’s captivating dance concert, “Unstuck With You,” at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe in Scotland. The production will take place August 5th-12th, internationally showcasing the company’s artistry and creativity, and will be available for viewing in-person throughout the run, with a livestream of the final performance. “Unstuck With You” is a production that takes inspiration from the outer edges of the universe […]
Zhuoran Yu, a graduate student in The University of Alabama Department of Biological Sciences, was one of seven graduate students from four universities to receive 2020 ForEverglades Scholarships and Fellowships from the Everglades Foundation.
UA political science student Brianna Byrd felt called to document her thoughts during the pandemic in hopes that they might make others feel less lonely.
The scholarship provides a two-year academic award of $9,500 per year, and a 10-week, full-time, paid summer internship opportunity at any NOAA facility nationwide. Scholars also receive funding to present their NOAA research projects at two national scientific conferences.
Faculty and staff from across campus gathered on the President’s Mansion lawn Nov. 21 to mark the conclusion of the 2019 UA United Way campaign, hosted by the College of Arts & Sciences, which set a record with a total of $483,807.
The University of Alabama Million Dollar Band has been selected to perform in the 2020 Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade®, representing the state of Alabama, marking the first appearance by the band in the Parade.
Jennie Thies, a doctoral candidate in the Department of Biological Sciences, was recently awarded an NIH Diversity Research Supplement, a highly competitive fellowship that will support her research.
Joshua Williams, first-place winner of last year’s professional division of the International Horn Competition of America, will be a featured artist at the 50th International Horn Society Summer Symposium in Muncie, Indiana, July 30 through Aug. 5.