College of Human Environmental Sciences

Two students sit outside Bryant Denny stadium wearing the UA tartan

Celebrate We Are Crimson on National Tartan Day

The We Are Crimson tartan is a unique way to visually express UA connection and identity — no Scottish ancestry required. 

The Association of Child Life Month's toy drive poster

Students Collect Toys to Celebrate Child Life Month

The UA Association of Child Life is celebrating Child Life Month by collecting toys for the Child Life Program at Children’s of Alabama.

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.

The rendering of Drummond Lyon Hall

UA to Construct Cutting-Edge Facility for Fashion and Design

A new building coming to the UA campus will provide space to conserve and celebrate fashion history and groom fashion trendsetters of the future.

A model wearing a Design by Priscilla Rose Olson

CHES Apparel Design Students Showcase Creations

The College of Human Environmental Sciences hosted the 12th annual Fashion for Life runway show at the Bama Theatre Nov. 21.

A RISE student smiling while cutting a piece of paper

UA’s RISE Center Hosts BUY for RISE Fundraiser

UA’s RISE Center will host its annual BUY for RISE fundraiser Oct. 29 and 30 and will feature numerous bargains from dozens of local retailers on everything from clothing to home décor.

A vial containing a COVID-19 vaccine with syringes behind.

Vaccine Access, Hesitancy Remain Barriers Among Black Alabamians

Research from The University of Alabama found that addressing both hesitancy and access at the community level is important to increasing vaccination rates, particularly in African American communities.

An illustration of a brain artistically placed in open space.

UA Research Helps Spot Racial Differences in Concussion Recovery

Young Black and white athletes have different experiences after a sports-related concussion, according to a study involving a researcher at The University of Alabama.

Smiling at the camera is a man and a woman, dressed in a military uniform and formal gown.

Bama by Distance Graduate Shows There’s Always an Opportunity

With her bachelor’s degree earned, Lillian Lofton — who turned 50 this year, too — plans to start a nonprofit.