When most students at The University of Alabama think of a football field, they think of Bryant-Denny stadium, Nick Saban and a championship season by the beloved Crimson Tide. When Elizabeth Junkin, a junior majoring in chemical and biological engineering, thinks of a football field, she envisions fitting it in… Read more
The College of Engineering's seven academic departments offer students an outstanding faculty, accredited engineering and computer science programs, and some of the most advanced facilities in the nation.
Numerous research projects offer students opportunities to work with faculty in solving current societal problems and in developing technological resources for the future.
The University of Alabama College of Engineering recently named Dr. W. Edward Back director of the Construction Engineering Program. Read more
When Kyle Scott began his college search, he treated it like any engineer might – as a problem-solving challenge. Only this time he was not testing the sub systems of rocket motors, but was on a quest to find an engineering program that perfectly matched his expectations. Read more
Students interested in The University of Alabama now have a new and exciting way to “tour” campus – through an online “world,” known as Second Life. Read more
The first time Ynhi Thai set foot on the Capstone’s campus, she was attending the Student Introduction to Engineering summer program in 2003. Immediately, Thai felt at home at The University of Alabama, she says. Read more
Josh Hamilton’s dedication to those less fortunate is inspiring. Participating in tornado relief efforts, improving residential plumbing for multiple families, and volunteering his engineering skills to restore a run-down baseball field are among this undergraduate’s recent humanitarian efforts. Read more
As a little girl growing up in Florence, S.C., Martha Addison knew she wanted to be an aerospace engineer. When the time came to choose a college, Addison wanted a school that offered her everything she deserved. Read more
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