Displaying items by tag: faculty excellence

Rebecca Ann Bach first fell in love with the works of William Shakespeare as a sixth grader at a tiny Presbyterian grammar school in New York. She was picked to play Calpurnia in “Julius Caesar” and stood before her class robed in a purple bed sheet and let Shakespeare’s words roll off her 10-year-old tongue.
Colin Davis was one of eleven faculty honored with the President's Award for Excellence in Teaching during the annual Faculty Awards Convocation, Wednesday, Feb. 23.
David Hilton, Ph.D., an assistant professor of physics, has received a National Science Foundation CAREER Award.
Andrew Keitt, Ph.D., an associate professor of history in the University of Alabama at Birmingham College of Arts and Sciences has been named the 2010 Alabama Professor of the Year by the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching.
Last fall, historians Pamela Sterne King and Staci Glover, along with visual and applied anthropologist Rosie O'Beirne, debuted Untold Stories: Finding and Telling Stories You Haven't Heard in History Class.
The twists of Kerry Madden’s writing life wouldn’t be out of place in a novel. She has written several — and also published plays and poetry, scripts for soap operas, and a biography of Harper Lee. Her teaching career has been equally eclectic, including stints at several prestigious writing programs as well as workshops for teen moms in Los Angeles and foreign language learners outside Shanghai.
Thirteen faculty members were honored with the President’s Award for Excellence in Teaching during the annual Faculty Awards Convocation. One of the people honored was the Department of English's Alison Chapman.
UAB Professor Pamela Sterne King tells the story of one of Birmingham's oldest neighborhoods, Fountain Heights, through historic preservation.
University of Alabama at Birmingham researcher David Sweatt and the work of his lab was highlighted on the Public Broadcast System television show NOVA.
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