While we have any number of outstanding male faculty members, students, and alumni who deserve recognition and are included, by and large this issue is about the women of the College of Arts and Sciences.

April 03, 2018

Events

Catch up with some of the big events sponsored by the College of Arts and Sciences, from Homecoming to an exhibit at AEIVA.

April 03, 2018

Building a Legacy

When UAB broke ground on the new Arts & Sciences Building in September 2017, the excitement was palpable. “There is no doubt that this new building will provide our campus community with a state-of-the-art facility in which they can work and learn,” said Dean Palazzo.

The Abroms-Engel Institute for the Visual Arts (AEIVA) Permanent Art Collection has received a generous donation of a number of works by David Levinthal, one of the most prolific and acclaimed photographers of his generation.

April 03, 2018

A Legacy of Love

Jeannie Feldman has established both an award and a scholarship in the Department of History to honor her late husband, Dr. Glenn A. Feldman.

April 03, 2018

Capturing Success

Palo Alto Networks' Cyber Competition for High School Students.

April 03, 2018

Paying it Forward

Alumna Dr. Ana Maria Crawford has created an endowed scholarship to be used to support deserving students based on merit and financial need.

April 03, 2018

They Persisted

Despite complex social, cultural, and professional trends that keep women from academic careers in the sciences and mathematics, a small percentage of female research faculty stay the course.

April 03, 2018

Taking a Leap

Psychology and Public Administration alumna Ann Bridges Steely says her biggest career risks brought the greatest rewards.

April 03, 2018

Stellar

Physics alumna Christina Richey has built a successful career in the competitive, and mostly-male, field of planetary science.

April 03, 2018

Across the Spectrum

Four female faculty members in the Department of Psychology study and treat Autism Spectrum Disorder.

April 03, 2018

Everyone has a story

“How did you end up in Alabama?” I get that question a lot, both here and abroad. I suspect that every immigrant is frequently asked the same question out of genuine curiosity, maybe interest.