Faculty & Staff

UA In the News — Sept. 10-12

Brothers cheer together – Law professor comments on intent in criminal law cases – Law professor discusses freedom of speech issue — New family-friendly tailgating area opens – New clear bag policy begins – Students recall Boys, Girls State … and more …

Tips for Working with Media

A great way for University of Alabama faculty and staff to showcase their expertise and research, while bringing positive attention to their college, school or department, is by doing interviews […]

Year in Review 2015-2016

Year in Review highlights some of the many successes the UA community has achieved in academics, research, athletics, service and more during 2015-2016. View Year in Review in the interactive slideshow […]

UA Education Abroad Department Hosts Study Abroad Fair

On Wednesday, Sept. 14, The University of Alabama Education Abroad department will host its Fall Study Abroad Fair on the Crimson Promenade outside B.B. Comer Hall from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Education Abroad staff, UA faculty and representatives from UA affiliate providers will be on hand to meet with students and help them explore options for study abroad. Details: Chad Berry, assistant director, Education Abroad, Capstone International Center, 205/348-5256 , chad.berry@ua.edu.

UA In the News — Sept. 9

Students compete in Paralympics – Stadium’s clear bag policy begins – Three brothers cheer for UA – Student competes on American Ninja Warrior – Quilt exhibit comes to campus

Rio blog: Team USA, the Opening Ceremony

“U-S-A! U-S-A! U-S-A! This is the chant that over 300 athletes, coaches, and staff are shouting as we walk through the tunnel that leads us into the Maracaña Stadium. Dressed in our red, white, and blue opening ceremony outfits, we step out into the lights.

Rio blog: The Opening Ceremony

The Rio Paralympic Games 2016 have officially been declared open. We had been here for one week before the Opening Ceremony to get settled in and get used to the Paralympic Village.

“The goal is to aid and develop understanding to retain the Everglades in as pristine a state as possible. And that’s a continuing process.”

Dr. Greg Starr, associate professor of biological sciences, on research in the wetlands recently boosted by an NSF grant (Environmental Monitor)