Maria Beddingfield


Graduate school hosts preview event

When it comes to graduate school, many undergraduates do not know where to begin. Which school has the best program for them, where should they apply, what all does the application entail or whether they even apply at all are but a few questions students face. The Office of Graduate School at The University ...

UA graduate turns roasting hobby into business

Last winter, popcorn popper in hand and more than 20 pounds of home-roasted coffee beans in tow, Todd Johnson and Ryan Harlan made their way to the artist market fair at their church. At that point, they were simply sharing their hobby with a small community. After the event’s surprising success, ...

Noyce Scholars Program readies future teachers

Students at The University of Alabama have been encouraged to pursue STEM majors and careers through undergraduate research, clubs, societies and programs. Now, the Noyce Scholars Program, in its first year at the University, is joining that push.

Cybercrime lab coming to UA

Years ago, checking the internet history on a criminal’s computer would not have registered as criminal evidence, because years ago, the internet did not exist, and computers were not commonplace.

Veteran chosen for Tillman

From a young age, Michael LaRocca has sought the extraordinary. As a graduate of West Point, the United States Military Academy and Pepperdine University, LaRocca also served as an officer in the U.S. army for five years and was recently named a Tillman Military Scholar.

Student aces finance test

Throughout the course of their educational careers, students can encounter a wide range of aptitude tests, from the ACT to the GRE to the LSAT.

UA appoints two new deans

Over the years, the University of Alabama has undergone many changes, including the continual phoenix-like demolition and reconstruction of buildings across campus, a consistently growing student population that has doubled since 2008 and an evolving set of faculty and staff who incite and foster change ...