UA research award program recognizes Hartselle woman
Molly Buffington of Hartselle was recognized by The University of Alabama’s Randall Outstanding Undergraduate Research Award Program in spring 2019.
The title of Buffington’s research project was “A Faith That Sings: Liturgy as a Theological Tool in the Reformation.”
The Randall Outstanding Undergraduate Research Award Program recognizes the best research activity conducted by undergraduate students at UA.
Undergraduate students who have conducted scholarly research are nominated by faculty and staff research directors. The recipients and their nominators are recognized at a luncheon during UA’s Honors Week.
The program is in UA’s Honors College.
In 1997 the Randall Publishing Co. and the H. Pettus Randall III family created the Randall Outstanding Undergraduate Research Award Program in memory of Henry Pettus Randall Jr., a distinguished UA alumnus and creator of Who’s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges.
UA research faculty members and past winners of the Burnum Distinguished Faculty Award select the winners.