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Express Advising for Spring 2016

Who should sign up for Express Advising: Express advising sessions are for students who have done preliminary planning for their spring schedule. This includes reviewing the course selections offered for the next semester, using Degree Works to identify courses needed for core, major or minor, and creating a plan using the Degree Works planner. During […]

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Cool Books for Hot Days

Our annual summer reading list includes 10 books by College faculty and the latest by distinguished scientist and UA alumnus Dr. Edward O. Wilson. Martin Luther King Jr., Heroism, and African American Literature, by Trudier Harris The heroes in African American life and literature don’t necessarily have to be moral or immoral, good or bad, so long […]

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Evolution Conference Issues Call for Proposals

The Southeastern Evolutionary Perspectives Society is seeking proposals for papers, posters, workshops, performances, and creative activities to be presented at the inaugural meeting February 12-14, 2016. The conference will be held at The University of Alabama, and is open to evolution researchers and scholars at all levels. It will integrate natural science, social science, humanities, and applied evolutionary perspectives […]

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Honors Day 2015

Please join us as we recognize and celebrate the many achievements our students have made this year. Congratulations to the following honorees: College-wide Awards Dean’s Award of Merit [dropdown_box expand_text=”Honorees” show_less=”Hide” start=”hide”] Amy Ackerman William Menas Katelyn Moss Matthew A. O’Brien [/dropdown_box] Distinguished Undergraduate Scholars [dropdown_box expand_text=”Honorees” show_less=”Hide” start=”hide”] Joseph Aicher Britani-Christine Baker Joshua Blackwell Marcus Brakefield Cameron […]

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Best-selling Author to Deliver Dinoff Lecture at UA

  Dr. Steven C. Hayes, professor and director of clinical training at the University of Nevada, will deliver the 2014 Michael Dinoff Memorial Lecture Jan. 30 at The University of Alabama. Hayes’ lecture, “Human Suffering and Human Prosperity: Why Psychological Flexibility Matters,” will begin at 6 p.m. in room 118 of Bibb Graves Hall. Admission […]

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Criminal Justice Department and UAPD to Launch Cyber Crime Lab Course

In collaboration with UAPD, the Department of Criminal Justice has begun accepting students into the Cyber Crime Lab program. The program will stay true to its name, but students will be studying far more than just cyber crimes. UAPD’s new Joint Electronics Crime Task Force (JECTF) will be hosting the program, representing the first digital […]

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Students Discuss Benefits of Peer Tutoring

Students across campus work with their classmates to solve homework problems, study for tests, and understand concepts. Yet for some, this type of peer tutoring can mean a worthwhile experience and extra spending money. “I thought it would be a good experience to teach peers more,” said Peter Arvanitis, a junior majoring in math and […]

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Blount Undergraduate Initiative Celebrates 15 Years

To coincide with Blount’s 15-year anniversary, the College of Arts and Sciences will host a day of activities for all former and current Blount scholars in Oliver-Bernard Hall on Nov. 1. Any current or former students who signed Blount’s “Book of Scholars” as freshmen are invited, as well as any faculty or administrators linked to the […]

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2014-15 ALLELE Series

Lecture on Dinosaur Trace Fossils Kicks Off Evolution Series’ Ninth Year Dr. Anthony Martin will deliver the first lecture of the 2014-15 ALLELE series on Oct. 2 at 7:30 p.m. in the Biology Building auditorium (room 127). Anthony Martin, honors program coordinator and professor of practice at Emory University College of Arts and Sciences, will […]

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