Alumni

There are nearly 28,000 graduates of the UA College of Engineering who have worked in a variety of fields in engineering, healthcare, law, business, creative arts and service. Through their careers, they have brought prestige to the College.

History of UA Women in Engineering: Then and Now

Engineering at The University of Alabama began in 1837, but it was not until the 1920s that women started to enroll in the College of Engineering. In 1939, Rose Rabinowitz, an aeronautical engineer, was the first woman to graduate from the College. In Fall 2017, three female engineering seniors set… Read more

In The News: Ribbon-cutting Ceremony held for H.M. Comer Hall

The University of Alabama cut the ribbon on a newly remodeled engineering building. $24.6 million worth of renovations started at H.M. Comer Hall seventeen months ago. It’s now the home of UA’s College of Engineering administration, the Patterson welcome center, the engineering career development center, and much more.  Read more

Sources: WVUA (Tuscaloosa)

In The News: Alabamian, first female appointed as Marshall Space Flight Center director

NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine on Thursday named Alabamian Jody Singer as director of the agency’s Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville and Alabama lawmakers praised the historic appointment. Singer, who has been the center’s deputy director since February 2016 and serving as acting director since July, is the first woman appointed to the… Read more

Sources: Yellowhammer News, Alabama Political Reporter, AL.com, Decatur Daily