Dr. Lauren Cardon used an ELO to enable her EN 455 class to experience the joy of cooking and blogging about it.
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Numerous renovation and building projects across campus will improve existing structures and provide our growing University with more classroom space, lecture halls, band halls and a storm shelter among other things.
University of Alabama students take a hearing clinic on the road to rural Alabama counties.
Saved from the Holocaust, a Torah is brought to Temple Emanu-El on the UA campus, where a member of the congregation helps discover its true – and astounding – age.
Dr. Chris Roberts, UA professor and alumnus, shares what he feels is most important for his students to know during the 2016 Last Lecture.
UA students help process cyber evidence in partnership with state, national law-enforcement agencies.
Through experiential learning opportunities (ELOs), faculty and staff immerse students in real situations where they can use their academic knowledge and gain invaluable understanding.
William Dooley, associate professor of art and director of the Sarah Moody Gallery of Art, talks about his curatorial process, the gallery’s role at UA and the endowment that makes his work possible.
Maintaining the more than 10,000 trees that make up the Capstone’s urban forest isn’t just about aesthetics. It’s about sustainability, conservation and ecological soundness.
UA students use art as a medium to help children talk about race, class and society.