College of Education

Amy Haines and her son Ethan will both earn their master's degrees on Aug. 6.

Mother and Son Earn Master’s Degrees Together

Amy Haines and her son Ethan will cross the stage at Coleman Coliseum Aug. 6, both earning master’s degrees. Although Ethan started working on his master’s right after graduating with his undergrad degree, Amy began her journey seven years ago.

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UA Faculty Members Selected for Fulbright Awards

Three University of Alabama faculty members were recently selected for Fulbright awards for educators.

Hundreds of Students to Showcase Research, Creativity

Hundreds of Students to Showcase Research, Creativity

More than 400 students from across campus will share their work with the community at the Undergraduate Research and Creative Activity Conference on April 4.

UA Study Shows Trust in Science Predicts Pandemic Compliance

UA Study Shows Trust in Science Predicts Pandemic Compliance

Trust in the scientific research community is the best predictor of a person’s compliance with public health measures intended to prevent COIVD-19, according to a study from The University of Alabama.

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This pioneering UA program is building a path for young adults with intellectual disabilities to achieve more independence.

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UA’s Mobley Among Top 15 Emerging Scholars in Higher Education

Steve D. Mobley Jr. was selected as one of the nation’s top 15 emerging scholars under the age of 40 by “Diverse: Issues in Higher Education.”

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UA Among 60 Finalists for Transformative Workforce Project

A proposal from UA to lead a regional innovation and workforce development project for an economically depressed region of the state has received initial seed money.

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UA Leading Effort to Ready Future Teachers of Computer Science

The University of Alabama is leading a program among six state universities to prepare secondary education students to fill the need for trained computer science teachers in the state.

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Fayard Gift to Transform Literacy Education, Support Scholarship

Gary and Nancy Fayard expect their most recent commitment to the UA College of Education and Culverhouse College of Business will create a lasting impact on students as they navigate their lifetime of learning.