Become a Festival Volunteer!

Moundville Archaeological Park is looking for volunteers to help out with this year’s Native American Festival, which is being held on October 12-15, 2022. There are five different volunteer positions

Marble Bowl

This year, to excite everyone’s inner scientist, an Alabama Cooperative Extension System expert aims to bring the gridiron competition of the Iron Bowl into the realm of citizen science. Dubbed the Marble Bowl,

Labor Day Hours of Operation

Here are the Hours of Operation for Labor Day from The University of Alabama Museums! Each of our museums has its own schedule so we’d like to help make it

New Turtle Species for Paleontology

On August 19th, a new article on a fossil turtle from the Alabama Museum of Natural History collection was published.

New Gorgas House Blog Post: Camp 1831

Many colleges and universities offer first-year experience programs similar to The University of Alabama’s Camp 1831. These programs help new students in their transition to their selected institution with events, tours,

Get on Board Day (Fall 2022)

Join us on The University of Alabama’s Quad on Tuesday, August 30 from 4:45 pm – 9:30 pm for Fall Get On Board Day, UA’s signature involvement fair. Come out

Return to a crustacean diversity hotspot

Last month, Dr. Adiel Klompmaker (UA Museums’ Curator of Paleontology) and Dr. Cristina Robins (a UA Museums’ Research Associate) participated in the 8th Symposium on Fossil Decapod Crustaceans organized in

New Gorgas House Blog Post: Engaging With the Space

History shows us that change is constant. And this is true for historic spaces, the narratives they share, and the interpretations they develop. The built environment, including buildings, walkways, fountains,