NC’s Dewar Cited by New York Times

Where did the venerable New York Times look to contextualize the creative process and homemade / hacked instruments used by pioneers of live electronic music, Sonic Arts Union?  They looked to the scholarship of New College’s Dr. Andrew Dewar, that’s where! Read the Times piece here. Read Dr. Dewar’s piece here.

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NC’s Miller Appointed Distinguished Teaching Fellow

UA’s College of Arts & Sciences appointed New College assistant director, John Miller, one of its two Distinguished Teaching Fellows this May. He joins Dr. Bing Blewitt (ret.), Dr. Marysia Galbraith, Dr. Theodore Trost, and Dr. Julia Cherry as the fifth member of the New College faculty to earn this distinction, awarded annually to faculty […]

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NC Alumna Inaugural NYU Cyber Fellow

If you want to know the value of a New College education, ask NYU about Caitlin Quintero Weaver, New College Class of 2012, whom they describe as a “modern-day Renaissance woman”. Caitlin, who graduated with a Depth Study in Cognitive Linguistics, is the first NYU Tandon Cyber Fellow, and will earn a master’s in a […]

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New Collegian SEC Champ of Cyber Security

Read about New College’s own Austin Hose, who, along with UA’s Cyber Security Team, won the 2018 SEC Cyber Challenge! University Alabama Wins 2018 SEC Student Cyber Challenge Competition

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New College Entrepreneurs Take Top Honors in Aldag Business Pitch Contest

Read about the Indie-Game start-up, High Five Studios, LLC, co founded by New Collegians Rachel Christ, Alex Haisting, and Rober Petit, below. And don’t miss New Collegeian Justin Volman’s College Baseball Scouting Network! UA Students Win Grand Prize in 2018 Aldag Business Plan Competition Or, read more here: https://culverhouse.ua.edu/aei/2018-business-plan-competition

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May 2017 Grads, Read Me!

Please complete your New College Graduation forms, Depth Study Title and Data Base, and return to Sue Keel in 201-D Lloyd as soon as possible. The UA form can be submitted online from the “Apply to Graduate” app on the Student Page of MyBama.

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Where is New College this Summer?

While some of us are holding the proverbial fort at Lloyd Hall, New College continues to represent UA in Walker County, Alabama. Read about the New College students participating in the David Mathews Center for Civic Life’s Jean O’Connor-Snyder Internship Program here. And if you are (or if a New College student you know is) […]

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Dr. Galbraith Brings Creativity and Folk Arts to Tuscaloosa Schools

Professor Marysia Galbraith’s arts outreach program, ARTS (Arts Renaissance in Tuscaloosa Schools), devoted last Friday on a perennial favorite: face jugs! Students at Matthews Elementary School made face jugs, a staple in Southern Folk Art. Have a look at the creative expression Professor Galbraith is fostering in Tuscaloosa. Read more about the project here. And see more photos […]

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New College’s Dr. Julia Cherry innovating wetland research

Read about Dr. Julia A. Cherry’s recent paper innovating how research is done on sea level rise in wetlands here.

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