Design work of students and faculty honored with ADDY Awards
The College of Engineering’s 100th anniversary book, “Engineering Powerful Futures,” earned both a Best of Show and Gold ADDY
Nile Project exploring music, cultures, challenges of world's longest river
The international collective of performers from 11 countries within the Nile River basin is coming to E.J. Thomas Performing Arts Hall March 1-3.
UA offering free High School Drama Day March 7 for students interested in theatre
Students will participate in physical, vocal and ensemble exercises and learn about design, technical theatre and career opportunities.
UA to host Ohio Latino Education Summit on March 6
Best practices for mentoring and providing opportunities to Ohio’s growing population of Latino students is the focus of the 2015 Latino Education Summit, to be hosted on campus Friday, March 6.
‘Blood Wedding’ combines work of Federico Garcia Lorca and Langston Hughes
The large and diverse cast represents the campus and community.
What's Next for Graduates of the College of Arts & Sciences?
Research Spotlight: Political Science
White House Chiefs of Staff: Make or Break the Presidency?
Professor Dave Cohen has been studying White House organization and staffing, and the White House chief of staff position in particular, since his doctoral student days at the University of South Carolina. He is driven by the question: what makes some chiefs of staff successful while others fail? The implications of the question are great: successful chiefs of staff have a positive influence on a president and his administration; those that fail, harm the president and the administration they serve. Learn More
Student-run Z-TV honored by Broadcast Education Association
The School of Communication's student-run TV station, Z-TV has been named the 2014 Signature Station by the Student Media Advisors group of the Broadcast Education Association.
The station took the top honors this year in a highly competitive selection process judged by broadcast professionals from around the U.S. Judges noted that Z-TV students produce a "well-rounded selection of programming that firmly aims at a clearly defined target market. Program formats and production quality is outstanding in this category. Web presence judged by number of online views was significantly higher than other entries, in fact, more than all other entrants combined."
The competition reviews programming and practices at student-run college radio and television stations each year. The Signature Station Competition recognizes remarkable advisors, students, and stations at BEA's annual convention held every April in Las Vegas.