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Congratulations to Drs. Danny Siegel (English), Renato Camata (Physics), and Jason Linville (Criminal Justice)

Alumna Marie Sutton has worn a lot of hats throughout her educational and professional career.

Words matter. No one knows that better than alumnus Jeff Hodges who has made a career out of helping others, most recently in his role as Vice President, Diversity and Inclusion Talent Program Manager for Regions Bank.

Many of our donors give to the College as a way of showing their appreciation for the people who inspired and guided them to academic and professional success. We asked a few of our supporters to share their stories of why they give and how investing in the College will ensure the success of our future students.

Alumnus Luke Richey believes being open to new experiences and change will help you decide your path.

The College of Arts and Sciences recognized three notable alumni at the annual Scholarship and Awards Luncheon on March 21, 2019. Our 2018 honorees were recognized for their diverse talents, professional accomplishments, and community service.

Jill Clements, Ph.D., has been named as the recipient of the first Michel de Montaigne Endowed Prize in the History of Ideas.

The Life-Long Learning Endowed Scholarship Honoring Ruth J. and Robert J. Colvin has been established in the departments of English and Foreign Languages and Literatures that will support deserving students and relieve them of their financial pressures.

The skills Jay learned in the Professional Writing program at UAB are crucial for how he navigates his professional life.
Amy is the Communications Coordinator at Growing Kings, a non-profit providing school-based, group mentoring programs for at-risk males in Birmingham City Schools.

Good communication skills are essential to every job and in every medium.

Faculty in the Department of English edit two notable literary journals: the Birmingham Poetry Review and NELLE.

DeJordique Pearson never planned to be an English teacher in Vietnam, but he quickly fell in love with his "backup country."

Tina Mozelle Braziel, program director of the Ada Long Creative Writing Workshop, is the recent recipient of the Philip Levine Prize for Poetry.

You are invited to hear Dr. Anthony Minnema of Samford University talk about representing the Crusades in the 21st Century, followed by a screening and discussion of "Kingdom of Heaven."

The Dean's Award for Excellence in Teaching recognizes full-time regular faculty members of College of Arts and Sciences who have demonstrated exceptional accomplishments in teaching.

A UAB alumna and director of the Ada Long Creative Writing Workshop won the 2017 Philip Levine Prize for Poetry.

The loss of logos — patterns of reasoning — in modern discourse inspired English Professor Bruce McComiskey, Ph.D., to write his new book, “Post-Truth Rhetoric and Composition,” from Utah State University Press.

From zombie-themed Frappuccinos slated to take over Starbucks this fall to a debate in New Jersey about yard decorations featuring a fake car crash scene with zombie victims, the walking dead are no less pervasive in popular culture now than in Halloweens past.

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