For Craig Wedderspoon, professor of sculpture at UA, the foundry is a second home where he not only molds countless masterpieces, but influences future generations of artists by helping them hone their craft.
Beginning January 2020, undergraduate merit scholarship recipients transitioning to full-time status in The University of Alabama Graduate School or School of Law can apply unused semesters of their merit scholarship toward their advanced degrees.
The Tuscaloosa Bicentennial Commission’s time capsule committee has met periodically to discuss themes and items that truly represent Tuscaloosa in 2019 to place in a time capsule that will be sealed for 50 years.
The yearlong celebration of Tuscaloosa’s bicentennial will culminate with the unveiling of three landmarks celebrating the city’s past, present and future on Tuscaloosa’s 200th birthday.
Wade Scanlan’s love for art started at a young age. That love has pushed him to great heights, including managing a $10,000 budget to produce two television commercials as a student at UA.