Faculty & Staff

“The theme for this year’s campaign, UA CARES: UNITED WE THRIVE, represents the spirit of the faculty, staff and students as demonstrated through our service and generosity toward those on our campus as well as those in our surrounding communities. Our partnership with the United Way of West Alabama plays a vitally important role in our efforts to improve the quality of life for individuals in West Alabama.”

UA In the News — Oct. 20

  • October 20, 2016

Wheel turns out to be useful for studying fruit-fly exercise — UA astronomers discover mysterious objects — Aid on the way to Haiti — and more.

No Substitute for Peer Note-Takers

  • October 20, 2016

Students approved for accommodations through the Office of Disability Services may require the services of a peer note-taker. If so, faculty members will receive a letter of accommodation from ODS […]

UA Study Finds Unexplainable Activity in Distant Stars

  • October 19, 2016

Space energy anomalies more than 50 million light years from our galaxy are creating conditions that should be destroying stars, but instead are regenerating them, according to an astronomer at The University of Alabama.

The homepage of the new online database “‘To See Justice Done’: Letters from the Scottsboro Trials.”

UA Launches Website for Studying Scottsboro Trials

  • October 19, 2016

The Alabama Digital Humanities Center is launching a new online database called “‘To See Justice Done’: Letters from the Scottsboro Trials,” at noon Monday, Oct. 24, in room 109a of Gorgas Library on The University of Alabama campus.

Reed to Sign, Discuss New Book About Former UA President Denny

  • October 19, 2016

Tuscaloosa-area residents will have the opportunity to purchase discounted copies of “Mike Denny: The Shadow of a Single Man,” a book that chronicles the life of former University of Alabama president Dr. George H. Denny, at a pair of events on the UA campus.

UA In the News — Oct. 18

  • October 18, 2016

CrossingPoints examined — Traditions of the Million Dollar Band — Career fair for future educators — and more.

Exploring Possible Link between Pythons, Diabetes in Humans

  • October 18, 2016

Humans couldn’t be further away from snakes in the evolutionary chain, but snakes’ ability to grow and restructure particular organs could impact future treatments for diabetes and other diseases in humans, according to a biology professor at The University of Alabama.