Awards

Desktop News, Arty Party Win Awards

From the May 2015 Desktop News | Desktop News, your monthly digest of news from the College of Arts and Sciences, won an Award of Excellence at the Public Relations Council of Alabama’s annual convention in April. The Arty Party, the College’s annual fine arts and performing arts fundraiser, was also recognized with an Award… Read more »

Student Named Goldwater Scholar

From the May 2015 Desktop News | Courtney Rentas, a biology and psychology major from Naperville, Illinois, has been named a Goldwater Scholar for 2015-2016. She was among 260 Goldwater Scholars selected from 1,206 nominees nationwide. The Barry Goldwater Scholarship and Excellence in Education Program recognizes top-performing mathematics, science and engineering students nationwide through one- and… Read more »

14 Graduates Receive Fulbright Awards

From the May 2015 Desktop News | A record 14 University of Alabama graduates have won Fulbright awards for 2015-2016. All are alumni of the College of Arts and Sciences. Thirteen UA graduates won awards as teaching assistants to conduct research and teach abroad, and one UA graduate received a Fulbright research award. The highly… Read more »

A&S Receives Top Honors

From the April 2015 Desktop News | Students and faculty in the College of Arts and Sciences won five of the eight Premier Awards given annually by the University. The awards are UA’s top individual honors for scholarship, leadership and service. Jason Arterburn, senior, interdisciplinary studies in New College and economics Jason Arterburn was awarded… Read more »

2015 Undergraduate Research and Creative Activity Conference

Posters filled the Bryant Conference Center on Tuesday as students across campus presented their research at the Undergraduate Research and Creative Activity Conference. More than 700 students participated in the eighth annual conference. Oral and poster presentations were held throughout the day. Judges reviewed the posters and awards were given to the top presentations in each department. “I… Read more »

Honors Day 2015

Please join us as we recognize and celebrate the many achievements our students have made this year. Congratulations to the following honorees: College-wide Awards Dean’s Award of Merit [dropdown_box expand_text=”Honorees” show_less=”Hide” start=”hide”] Amy Ackerman William Menas Katelyn Moss Matthew A. O’Brien [/dropdown_box] Distinguished Undergraduate Scholars [dropdown_box expand_text=”Honorees” show_less=”Hide” start=”hide”] Joseph Aicher Britani-Christine Baker Joshua Blackwell Marcus Brakefield Cameron… Read more »

Honors Week 2015

Please join us as we recognize and celebrate the many achievements our students have made this year. During Honors Week 2015, the College of Arts and Sciences will host the following ceremonies honoring undergraduate and graduate students: Graduate Student Convocation Monday, March 30 at 4:00 pm Moody Recital Hall Refreshments will be served in the lobby immediately following the event… Read more »

Historian Awarded Botstiber Fellowship

From the March 2015 Desktop News | Dr. Janek Wasserman, assistant professor in the Department of History, has received a fellowship from the Botstiber Institute for Austrian-American Studies that is allowing him to spend the current semester and summer of 2015 conducting research abroad for his next book, tentatively titled “From Coffeehouse to Tea Party:… Read more »

Music Therapy Professor Recognized

From the March 2015 Desktop News | Dr. Andrea Cevasco-Trotter, director of music therapy and associate professor in the School of Music, has been selected to receive one of the highest awards presented by the American Music Therapy Association. Cervasco-Trotter was recognized for making significant contributions to research in music therapy and for inspiring others through… Read more »

Woman Physicist of the Month

From the February 2015 Desktop News | Dr. Dawn Williams, associate professor in the Department of Physics and Astronomy, has been named the February 2015 Woman Physicist of the Month by the American Physical Society’s Committee on the Status of Women in Physics. The committee recognizes each month exceptional female physicists who have positively affected… Read more »