professor of art and art history 205/348-0346 (o) email@example.com An artist, art historian, curator, and scholar of American art and culture, Dr. Amaki is best known for mixed-media quilts that celebrate the lives of African-American women blues singers.
professor, School of Library and Information Studies 205/348-1520 firstname.lastname@example.org
professor of English 205/348-8508 email@example.com Literature of the Vietnam War, American literature, war literature, English
Ronald Reagan Endowed Chair in Broadcasting 205/348-6350 firstname.lastname@example.org The Olympics; ratings and demographics in sports media; identity issues (gender, race, etc.) in sports media; popular communication; consumer behavior for television, radio, Internet, etc.
associate dean for research, College of Communication and Information Sciences Director, Institute for Communication and Information Research 205/348-1235 email@example.com Spin, boot camp, weight training, zumba, children running 5Ks, children running half marathons, fun ways for children to get physically active
assistant dean for undergraduate student services, College of Communication and Information Sciences; associate professor of communication studies; affiliate professor of gender and race studies 205/348-8075 Jason.Black@ua.edu Native American issues, added emphasis on Creek/Seminole/Cherokee/Choctaw/Chickasaw nations; use of GLBT-Q memory and in Harvey Milk’s legacy; sports culture; music; popular youth culture, especially all forms of music and [...]
director of Moundville Archaeological Park 205/371-2234 (o) firstname.lastname@example.org.
assistant professor, School of Library and Information Studies 205/348-8824 email@example.com Aging populations and technology use; on-road bicycling – long-distance, commuting and recreational
dean, College of Human Environmental Sciences 205/348-6150 (o) firstname.lastname@example.org Personal finance, Personal financial planning, Consumerism, Shopping and budgeting, Holidays, Holiday budgeting, Family financial planning, Best use of credit, Kids and allowance, Holiday debt traps, Consumer issues/customer service
assistant professor of consumer sciences certified financial planner 205/348-8722 (o) email@example.com Family budgeting, Personal financial planning, Wise use of credit, Holiday budgeting, Consumer issues/customer service, Estate planning, Insurance issues, Teaching kids how to manage money, Helping college students manage resources – money, time, academic pursuits, campus involvement