CARI announces 2022-2024 Faculty Fellows

The University of Alabama’s Collaborative Arts Research Initiative has announced its newest cohort of faculty fellows. The 2022–2024 faculty fellows, chosen from a large and competitive applicant pool, are:

  • Brandon Colvin, Journalism and Creative Media
  • Jennifer Feltman, Art and Art History
  • Misha Hadar, Theatre and Dance
  • Yolanda M. Manor, English
  • Jared Margulies, Geography
  • Sarah Marshall, Art and Art History
  • Kathryn Elizabeth O’Harra, Honors College
  • Sree Kalyan Patiballa, Mechanical Engineering
  • Alvon Reed, Theatre and Dance
  • Jaye Johnson Thiel, Human Development and Family Studies 

These fellows will participate in a collaborative arts research community for the next two years. The CARI Faculty Fellowship aims to help fellows diversify the impact of their work and to develop new interdisciplinary research. The creative lab and collaborative meeting space in Maxwell Hall serves as a place for these faculty to workshop ideas, hold meetings, and informally interact with other faculty.