Dr. Elizabeth Papish, an associate professor in UA’s chemistry department, recently received a National Science Foundation grant for her work revolutionizing the world of green chemistry by creating a more efficient catalyst to convert greenhouse gases into useful products.
Tag: Collegian Spring 2019
Dr. Amber Buck of the Department of English specializes in rhetoric and composition studies and has conducted over five years of digital literacy-related research focusing on social media, privacy, and online identity.
Theatre for Autism Intervention
Dr. Susan White, director of UA’s Center for Youth Development and Intervention, is spearheading the SENSE Theatre Intervention Program along with the assistance of UA psychologists, doctoral students, and the Tuscaloosa Academy theatre department.
Teaching in Prisons
Alexa Tullett is used to large, full lecture halls on the first day of her “Introduction to Psychology” classes. Dozens of students fill the seats and flip through paper syllabi, where lectures, readings, and assignments take up most of the text on the pages. However, her first day of her “Science of the Brain” class last fall looked quite different— she traded a lecture hall for a prison. Tullett, an associate professor of psychology, was the first Arts and Sciences’ […]