UA Preview — Dec. 18-24, 2023

UA Preview — Dec. 18-24, 2023

UA receives grant to support fellowships in precision timing, dealing with holiday stress and much more.

A man with gloves conducts materials research in front of metallic equipment.

Materials Research Organizes Under New Institute

The Alabama Materials Institute recognizes the University’s established reputation at the forefront of materials-centric activities that crosses multiple departments and colleges.

Three people work in a precision timing lab at The University of Alabama.

UA to Bolster Nation’s Workforce in Precision Timing

A one-of-a-kind graduate program will pave the way for highly-skilled professionals to enter the ranks of the critical field of precision timing.

a student welder wearing a mask while working on a piece of cast metal art

Watch: Welding Art for Community Healing

Students played a role in creating functional public art for community healing zones.

UA Preview — Dec. 11-17, 2023

UA Preview — Dec. 11-17, 2023

Fall commencement set for Dec. 16, UA celebrates decade of research growth and much more.

UA Preview — Dec. 4-10, 2023

UA Preview — Dec. 4-10, 2023

UA sees decade of research growth, two seniors awarded Mitchell Scholarships and much more.

giant gingerbread of Bryant-Denny Stadium

Campus Confections: Giant Gingerbread Bryant-Denny Stadium

This replica of the stadium looks good enough to eat.

A woman works a glass vacuum manifold as part of research in a science laboratory at The University of Alabama.

A Decade of Growth for Research and Discovery

For the tenth straight year, outside support of research and other sponsored activities increased.

A Where Legends Are Made banner framed by crepe myrtle blooms

Two UA Seniors Awarded Mitchell Scholarships

Two UA students are among 12 from around the nation to receive the Mitchell Scholarship to study in Ireland.

A patient lies flat on an MRI scanner.

Families Sought for Study on Child Brain Development

Part of national project, UA research hope participating families can help understand brain development.