Worship Leadership & Theology Master’s Degree Impacts Ministry

Mark Moore Arts, Experience

As one of University of Mobile’s first Master of Arts in Worship Leadership and Theology candidates to complete this graduate program, I could not be more satisfied with the exposure to new ideas, theological depth, worship concepts and leadership development. My UM experience provided professors that were thoughtful, encouraging and very engaged in my success as a student. One of …

Known for Creativity: Julianne Patterson

Maggie Jones Arts, Experience

The University of Mobile provides students with experiences which prepare them for every aspect of life after graduation. Julianne Patterson is one of many who express tremendous gratitude to UM and all of its professors. “I will forever be thankful for choosing UM to be the place where I was able to grow and experience so many possibilities,” said Patterson. …

Building Connections and Getting Experience

Katie West Arts, Experience

It feels like yesterday that I was walking on to campus as a freshman with a very small idea of what the future could possibly hold for me at the University of Mobile. As a worship technology major, I knew that the next four years would be an amazing opportunity to learn and grow in my craft, but I never …

UM Art Program Helps Award-Winning Student Succeed

Amber Kelley Arts, Experience, Learning

From in-class assignments, to working an internship on campus, then another off campus, Savannah Bohlen was prepared to succeed every step of the way. As a senior graphic design major at the University of Mobile, Bohlen says the Visual Arts Department is a close-knit family that is there to support and help students. Megan Cary, associate professor of graphic design, …

Why Studio Art?

Brittany Campbell Arts, Experience

I chose to pursue Studio Art as my major because it’s hands-on and it gives me a chance to expand my creativity. From drawing with charcoal to building objects out of clay, this major is giving me the opportunity to learn and experience different art forms and mediums. Studio art is also teaching me the history and techniques that have …

Why I Chose the Master of Music in Piano Performance Degree

Rebekah Lipscombe Arts, Graduate Programs, Learning

Ten years ago, I was asked that dreaded question constantly: “So, where are you going to college? Are you going to study music?” I would shrug my shoulders. “No, I’m not really interested in going to college…maybe one day, though.” Friends were surprised but nonetheless supportive; I had decided I would start teaching piano lessons to young children that fall …

Why Master of Music in Vocal Performance?

Elizabeth Griffin Arts, Learning

To say that my journey in the performing arts is less than typical would be an understatement. Sometimes, I wake up in the morning, still in disbelief that the Lord has ordered my steps in such a way as He has, and I am here at the University of Mobile working toward my Master of Music in vocal performance. And …

University of Mobile Season Tickets on Sale For 2019-2020 Performing Arts Series

Kathy Dean Arts, News

MOBILE, Ala. – Season subscriptions are on sale now for the upcoming Roger Breland Center for Performing Arts Series in the Alabama School of the Arts at the University of Mobile. The 2019-2020 season includes a variety of musical performances from Roméo et Juliette to Little Women. The Roger Breland Center for Performing Arts Series is presented by students and …

University of Mobile’s RamCorps Traveling the World One Concert at a Time

Amber Kelley Arts, News

MOBILE, Ala. – From playing at Preview Days on the University of Mobile campus to New York City to France – RamCorps is on a mission to play loud and proud. RamCorps is one of the University of Mobile’s more than 20 traveling ensembles in the Roger Breland Center for Performing Arts. RamCorps is a high-impact visual brass and percussion …

Professional Actor, Director Named Chair of Theatre Department at University of Mobile’s Alabama School of the Arts

Kathy Dean Arts, News

MOBILE, Ala. – Professional actor, director and stuntman Stewart Hawley has joined the University of Mobile faculty as chair of the theatre department in the Alabama School of the Arts (ASOTA). The assistant professor of theatre has performed and directed with professional companies from the Rome Shakespeare Company to the Batman Stunt Show, and appeared in films and commercials. Hawley …