College of Arts and Sciences

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Haunting at the Museum Offers Spooky Fun for All Ages

The Alabama Museum of Natural History and Gorgas House Museum are teaming up to provide Halloween fun for all ages through Haunting at the Museum Oct. 24-28.

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Renowned Artists, Craftsmen Featured at Moundville Festival

Nationally acclaimed artists, craftsmen and educators will highlight the 2022 Moundville Native American Festival Oct. 12-15.

Two UA chemists work in the lab in white coats and gloves.

5 Early Career Researchers Making Waves with National Awards

National grants allow each researcher to train and motivate a new generation of scientists and engineers not only at UA through instruction and lab work, but also through outreach efforts.

Two researchers in mud boots pose for a photo by a forest stream.

Small Wetlands the Focus of UA Effort to Boost Resource Management

Researchers at The University of Alabama are investigating how the role of the patchwork of small drainage spots across the Southeast is changing as flooding becomes more frequent.

Students work in the costume shop in the Department of Theatre and Dance.

Production Teams Set the Stage for Theatre and Dance Season

Long before the Theatre and Dance season starts, hundreds of faculty, staff and students collaborate to create memorable performances for the audience.

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UA Work Shows Path for Finding Early Life Here and on Other Planets

Using a powerful microscope, researchers at The University of Alabama have shown a method that can provide strong data in determining the origin of life on Earth and if life existed on another planet.

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UA, Auburn Fans Clash in Citizen Science Competition

A new competition aims to excite everyone’s inner scientist by bringing the gridiron competition of the Iron Bowl into the realm of citizen science.

Three women pose for photo in an office at The University of Alabama.

Three Students Chosen as Research Administration Fellows

The University of Alabama Office for Research and Economic Development selected three students for its inaugural cohort of Early Career Research Administration Fellows.

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Lunar Magic and Cosmic Landscapes: Art Around Campus

The fall semester begins with eclectic art offerings at a number of venues on and off campus.

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UA Awarded NSF Grant for HBCU Bridge Program

UA received a $1 million grant from the National Science Foundation to develop a bridge program for students from three Historically Black Colleges and Universities interested in opportunities in renewable energy.