Congrats to NC students Tally Robishaw and Gabe Rosser. Both received the top award from the Undergraduate Creativity and Research Academy ($700). Tally’s project is entitled “Community without [verbal] communication: exploring how disability awareness, science, and art merge to create a dynamic, engaging platform for discussion.” Gabe project is entitled “Building a Modular Synthesizer.”
Shaun has been named: Deputy Executive Director of the Paralyzed Veterans of America http://www.pva.org/about-us/recent-news/paralyzed-veterans-of-america-welcomes-new-leaders
Congrats to New College Professors Dr. Marysia Galbraith and Dr. Michael Steinberg who were prominently featured in 2016-2017 Service Learning Magazine: “Arts Renaissance in Tuscaloosa Schools” and “Conservation in Belize” Congrats to New College professor Dr. Barbara Brickman whose Druid City Girls Media Camp was featured in Fall 2017 Collegian.
Congrats to New College Professor Dr. Ellen Spears whose work was cited in The Atlantic. https://www.theatlantic.com/science/archive/2017/10/benzene-tree-organic-compounds/530655/
Photo By Tamika Moore | email@example.com Congrats to New College student Jessica Procter who placed in the top 7 in the Miss America pageant and received the “Jean Bartel Quality of Life Award” during the preliminaries. Check out the AL.com article for the full details: http://www.al.com/entertainment/index.ssf/2017/09/miss_alabama_jessica_procter_w.html
My name is Kaylin Wallen, and I will be serving the council as President this year. My goal is to help foster new ideas and bring the council together so we can better serve you and the New College student body. I have been in New College since my very first semester here at UA.
“Is that enough of a reference for you?” Read 2007 New College Grad Justin Dearborn’s blog on the importance of an interdisciplinary liberal arts degree.
Congratulations to New College Professor Dr. Catherine Roach whose book Happily Ever After: The Romance Story in Popular Culture was featured in the “Cover to Cover” exhibit on August 31, 2017 at the Dinah Washington Cultural Arts Center in downtown Tuscaloosa.