Faculty & Staff

UA In the News — Jan. 31

  • January 31, 2017

Evidence of a melted ice shelf — Museum program for kids — Effects of a potential trade war — and more.

President’s Statement Regarding Executive Order

  • January 30, 2017

Our state and our nation have benefited immensely from the global intellect and engagement offered through our institutions of higher education. Our international faculty, students and researchers provide quantifiable value […]

Summit Includes Keynote by John Seely Brown

  • January 30, 2017

The College of Continuing Studies, University Libraries and the College of Arts and Sciences are co-hosting the first annual Online Learning Innovation Summit Feb. 3 at the Ferguson Student Center. […]

Naturally Curious

  • January 30, 2017

For the boys at the Alabama Department of Youth Services’ Vacca Campus in Birmingham, they’re intrigued by the science behind their own behaviors.

“My students know that there is no career fair for Hollywood. While the Career Center does a fantastic job with bringing companies to campus for employment recruitment, the hard truth is that if you want to work at a studio or in feature film development, as a television writer, in entertainment reporting, handling big media publicity, on the camera crew for an Emmy’s winning show, as part of a Hollywood marketing team, and other ‘big Hollywood’ type positions, you have to move to a large city like Los Angeles.”

Dr. Rachel Raimist, associate professor of journalism and creative media (Crimson White)

UA In the News — Jan. 26

  • January 26, 2017

Museum of Natural History offers children’s program — Student heads a band — Crimson racing — and more.