Buchtel College of Arts and Sciences
Speech and Debate Team triumphs for third straight year
With a score of 412, the team won its third consecutive state championship in the overall sweepstakes, far outdistancing the second and third place winners.
UA begins training next generation of crime fighters
Our students can pursue two new bachelor’s degrees: Criminal Intelligence Analysis and Criminology and Criminal Justice.
A casket full of life: David Giffels muses on mortality in new book
The English professor's latest work, "Furnishing Eternity," is as much about the bond of a father and a son as it is about the lessons learned while working on a most unusual project.
UA professors to perform at New York’s Carnegie Hall
Julie Cajigas and Carolyn Dessin both earned degrees in music before choosing careers in communication and law, respectively.
Discovering a little-understood cell in mice that opens a world of color
UA's Dr. Jordan Renna is part of a team of scientists whose research findings could aid in developing treatments for human vision disorders and diseases.
Graduates from The College of Arts & Sciences.
Research Spotlight: Mathematics
Modeling of Nonbonded Interactions in Graphene and Carbon Nanotubes
Dr. Dmitry Golovaty and Dr. J. Patrick Wilber have received a $186,420 grant from the National Science Foundation for their project Modeling of Nonbonded Interactions in Graphene and Carbon Nanotubes. Learn More
Summer study abroad trip to Japan
Students from UA's Modern Language Department, lead by senior lecturer Yuki Fujiwara Sigler, are participating in the department's first study abroad trip to Japan.
The 14-day trip, kicked off May 23, offered the 14 students an opportunity to experience and immerse themselves in Japanese culture by solving real world tasks along with historical place visitation and cultural experience. Places visited include Kyoto, Hiroshima, Osaka, Tokyo, and many more.