Videos About the College of Arts and Sciences
Find out what it means to be part of the University of Alabama College of Arts and Sciences; watch “This Is How College Is Meant to Be.”
Hear Dean Robert Olin discuss the College’s economic impact on the state of Alabama, and watch successful A&S alumni express how their education and experiences in the liberal arts shaped their lives. For more information on College of Arts and Sciences alumni, visit http://www.as.ua.edu/category/alumni.
Academic Department and Program Videos
Videos from #AllAboutA&S
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News, Profiles & More
The Jones Fellows program provides an opportunity for public school teachers to develop innovative curricula inspired by the Paul R. Jones Collection of American Art. Learn more at paulrjonescollection.as.ua.edu/.
Internationally known scientists and University of Alabama faculty explain evolution’s foundational importance to biological sciences, and discuss why it’s important for scientists, teachers, and the public to communicate clearly about evolutionary science. For more evolution-related videos, visit speakingevolution.org.
Find out how the Parker Adams Freshman Year Experience fuses academic advising, common coursework, and a supportive residential community to give first year students a solid start to their undergraduate degree. Learn more at parkeradams.as.ua.edu.
Opera theatre students and program director Dr. Paul Houghtaling talk about opportunities created by the new performance space in Bryant-Jordan Hall — the program’s first dedicated rehearsal/performance facility — and some of the challenges posed by the opening performance, “The Consul.”
Students in the College’s theatre program prepare for an annual showcase in New York City. Attended by agents and casting directors, Bama on Broadway is a potentially career-making opportunity for student actors.
The Paul R. Jones Collection of American Art at The University of Alabama is one of the largest and most comprehensive collections of 20th century African-American art in the world. In this video, Paul R. Jones discusses how he was inspired to begin collecting art and why he gave his collection to the University.