A senior engineering student recently started a comic book company with his best friend.
Find Your Passion
Students at The University of Alabama find countless ways to get involved and expand their horizons through exploration and discovery. This section highlights students who have found their passion while pursuing their interests, and shows ways they are making an impact on the University, the state, and the world.
Women’s field hockey is proving an unlikely avenue for a UA student to gain sports management-related experience.
Lauren Garrett took a winding road to find her way into the brightly colored classroom where she teaches toddlers several days a week.
Nathan Craft weaves his personal mantra – kindness toward others – into his professional outlook.
Mitchell Griest came to The University of Alabama to study computer science. His interests in art and technology seemed, he says, mutually exclusive.
It was just before 3 p.m. on a Friday, and as the song on the radio began fading, Matthew Culver motions to his partner. He was ready to start the show.
A Demopolis native, Haynes majors in journalism at The University of Alabama, where she combines class-based studies and extracurricular experiences into a course of training she hopes leads to a music journalism career.
University of Alabama senior Mallory Herring doesn’t have a problem finding her passion. In fact, she may have too many options from which to choose.
Unlike a lot of performers, Michelle Montabana’s life isn’t the stage. Her dream isn’t performing on Broadway or in a noted symphony orchestra. Instead, the 21-year-old University of Alabama junior focuses on her work behind the scenes, letting others be the star of the show.
A junior in the STEM Path to the MBA program at The University of Alabama’s Culverhouse College of Commerce, Shannon’s passion lies in pediatric medicine and fighting cancer in children.