The University of Alabama School of Library and Information Studies is awarding $20,822 in new, free books to elementary, middle and high school libraries during March via the SLIS Book Bonanza for the Black Belt & Beyond Program.
A University of Alabama education professor continues to be recognized for his research on race and gender identities in higher education contexts.
Dr. Ron Dulek has seen quite a bit during his 42 years as a faculty member and administrator at UA. From the growth of the physical campus to the increase in the quality of the student population, he is mesmerized by what UA has become during his tenure.
Dr. Richard Newton, assistant professor of religious studies, finds the impact on human life that both “Roots” and the Bible have engendered to be fascinating — so much so that he’s writing a book, “Identifying Roots: Alex Haley and the Anthropology of Scripture.”