Workshop Explains Summer Credit Transfers

Taking courses away from UA this summer? Find out how to make sure your credits will transfer Let’s say you, like many UA students, plan to take courses at a college in your hometown over the summer. How can you be sure those courses will apply toward UA degree requirements? And how will those courses… Read more »

Scholarships Made Simple

Apply now — deadlines start December 1 Each academic year, the College of Arts and Sciences awards more than $1.5 million in scholarships. Whether you’re a current or incoming student, chances are good that you are eligible for some of them. Apply now for the fall 2014 semester — December 1 is the deadline for… Read more »

College Names New Associate Deans

From the July 2013 Desktop News | Two faculty members have been appointed associate deans for the College. Dr. Lisa L. Dorr, associate professor in the Department of History, and Dr. Roger Sidje, associate professor in the Department of Mathematics, were appointed by Dr. Robert F. Olin, dean of the College. Dorr will administer the College’s social… Read more »

Tell Us What You Think

Surveys seek users’ responses to College website, ideas for mobile presence Since launching the new College of Arts and Sciences website in February, the Office of Educational Technology (eTech) has made numerous additions, features, and tweaks in response to informal requests and bug reports from users. Now, nearly two months since the site went live, we’re… Read more »

Through the Doors

Commemorating the 50th Anniversary of Desegregation at The University of Alabama   The College of Arts and Sciences joins the rest of the University community in celebrating the June 11, 1963, enrollment of the first African-Americans at The University of Alabama. We’re sponsoring a variety of exhibits, performances, and lectures commemorating the 50th anniversary of… Read more »

New A&S Website Blends User Input, Best Practices

Welcome to the College of Arts and Sciences’ new website. This site is the culmination of a yearlong process of research, usability testing, user surveys, writing, editing, design, and development undertaken by staff of the Office of Educational Technology (eTech). You’ll notice as you click through these pages that the site has a completely different… Read more »