Faculty & Staff

Historian Mary Louise Roberts to Present Lecture at UA About the Corpse

Dr. Mary Louise Roberts, an internationally recognized historian and distinguished professor at the University of Wisconsin at Madison, will present “Five Ways to Read a Corpse” at 5 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 11, . in room 38 of Lloyd Hall on The University of Alabama campus. The lecture, which is sponsored by the department of history, is free and open to the public.

UA in the News: Jan. 29, 2016

Challenge raises funds – UA diversity center to open – Free tax prep service – UA reps weigh-in on online voting for veterans … and more …

UA in the News: Jan. 28, 2016

Fundraising challenge raises $3.6 million – Intercultural Diversity Center set to open – Professors create image workshop – Local students make dean’s list – Remembering a UA professor – Tour of baseball stadium

UA in the News: Jan. 27, 2016

Fundraising challenges brings in $3.6 million – Bama Dining host cooking classes – UA hosts ‘Doing What Matters’ conference – American studies professor remembers artist – UA study cites toll from international business travel – Relations between slaves, owners discussed at conference … and more …

UA in the News: Jan. 26, 2016

Student runs as delegate – Library enjoys Clemson blue cheese – Dance Marathon holds fundraiser — President Bell among working group focusing on compliance – Student makes song parody

UA in the News: Jan. 23-25, 2016

Student may become state’s youngest delegate – The late Dr. Forrest McDonald remembered – UA holds championship celebration – Culverhouse instructor comments on political sensitivities facing Mobile plant – Scholar of African-American life to present … and more …