Aidan Miles-Jamison ’23, Art History & Piano Performance

Aidan Miles-Jamison, a sophomore from Anniston, AL, combined his creative passions with a double major in art history and piano performance. After graduation, he plans to pursue a career as a curator of Asian art at a major museum. How did you choose your major? What sparked your interest in the field? I chose the […]

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Aly Gutierrez ’21, Microbiology

Aly Gutierrez, a senior from Charlotte, NC, is a microbiology major with minors in chemistry and food and nutrition. After graduation, she plans to attend medical school and become a physician-scientist specializing in the gut microbiome. How did you choose your major? What sparked your interest in the field? Biology was always one of my […]

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Anna Kutbay ’22, Political Science & Economics

Anna Kutbay is a political science and economics double major on the accelerated master’s track. A native of Morristown, TN, she currently serves as an ambassador for the College of Arts and Sciences and a research assistant for the UA Center for Economic Development. How did you choose your major? What sparked your interest in […]

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Sydney Noordsy ’21, English

Sydney Noordsy is a senior English major and interdisciplinary linguistics minor on the pre-law track. A native of Brookings, SD, Noordsy plans to attend law school with the goal of becoming a constitutional and family attorney. How did you choose your major? What sparked your interest in the field? I chose English because you can […]

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A&S Student Services Wins Sam S. May Award

From the October 2020 Desktop News | The College of Arts and Sciences Office of Student Services was awarded the Sam S. May Award for Outstanding Customer Service for their innovative and creative approaches to serving students throughout 2020. The advisors, registrars, and administrative staff helped prospective and current students navigate their academic and co-curricular […]

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Serbia Fellowship Experience Looking for New Delegates

From the September 2016 Desktop News | “Most people can’t point out Serbia on a map, much less tell you about the culture,” said Josh Fuller, the executive director of the Serbia Fellowship Experience and a senior majoring in criminal justice. But for two weeks each May, undergraduate students at The University of Alabama have the opportunity […]

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Law School Launchpad: Pre-Law Program Sending Graduates Nationwide

From the April 2016 Desktop News | Of the 160 University of Alabama graduating seniors who applied to law school last year, 152 of them, or 95 percent, were accepted. That makes an eight-percent growth in the last five years. Roughly half of the students were accepted to top-25 schools including Harvard, Stanford, and the […]

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Rising Tide Scholarship Campaign Kicks off with Sweet 16

A student-led scholarship campaign aimed at endowing an Arts & Sciences scholarship for students in need will kick off its fall “Sweet 16” efforts on September 6. Led by UA’s College of Arts and Sciences Student Services and Ambassadors, this multi-year campaign asks A&S students to donate $1 to the Rising Tide Scholarship to help […]

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