Online Extras

Faculty Art Show Gallery

The biennial faculty art exhibit this past spring showcased the work of 12 of the College’s art and art history faculty members. More than three dozen works, including sculptures, photographs, paintings, and more, were featured. “Art on display is like a book being opened and read,” assistant professor Giang Pham said. “With the wide array… Read more »

Mirrors and Mangroves Gallery

Though Dr. Ryan Earley has flown to coasts off the Caribbean Sea at least once a year for the last seven years, his meccas are not the places most tourists want to see. Instead of lying out on luxurious sandy beaches and swimming in crystal clear water, Earley spends his time knee-deep in the dark… Read more »

Bridging the Gap Photo Gallery

To provide better opportunities for his theatre students, Seth Panitch created the Bridge Project in 2006. The premise of the project is to give students the opportunity to be in a professional production with professional actors in a big city, so they can learn the ropes and make the connections they need to be successful… Read more »

Countess of Storyville Photo Gallery

On its way to Broadway, the seductive history of New Orleans’ red light district, The Countess of Storyville, came to life on stage at The University of Alabama. Margot Astrachan, the 2014 Tony Award-winning producer for A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder, produced the show, which will ran Feb. 16–20 at the Marian Gallaway Theatre. The… Read more »

Torah Scroll Photo Gallery and Video

When a Torah scroll salvaged from the Holocaust came to the Temple Emanu-El, located just west of the Frank Moody Music Building, Drs. Paul Aharon and Steven Jacobs—both UA professors and members of the local Jewish congregation—wanted to know more about the scroll and when it was created. They radiocarbon-dated two samples from the scroll… Read more »

Scholarships Matter: Staying at UA

Scholarships Matter is a series of stories highlighting students in the College of Arts and Sciences who have received and been impacted by scholarships. The student featured in this story is the recipient of two College-wide scholarships, the Leopold and Stella H. Loeb Scholarship and the Walton Harris Hill Scholarship. Scholarships like these are made… Read more »

Scholarships Matter: Destined for Dentistry

Scholarships Matter is a series of stories highlighting students in the College of Arts and Sciences who have received and been impacted by scholarships. The student featured in this story is the recipient of one College-wide scholarship, the Lauris D. Graves and Jacqueline D. Graves Endowed Scholarship. Scholarships like these are made possible by generous… Read more »

‘Till the Wheels Fall off Photo Gallery

Twenty-two year old U.S. Army Sgt. Shaun Castle was on a training mission in Germany when the pulsing rounds of a Mark 19 automatic grenade launcher rang out unexpectedly and drastically changed the course of his life. He had been teaching a solider how to use the weapon, which was mounted on the top of… Read more »

Scholarships Matter: Hudson Kelley Aids in Humanitarian Relief

Scholarships Matter is a series of stories highlighting students in the College of Arts and Sciences who have received and been impacted by scholarships. The student featured in this story is the recipient of two University-wide scholarships and five College-wide scholarships, the Louise and John Baker Scholarship, the Charles Grayson Summersell Memorial Scholarship, the MarLa… Read more »