A University of Alabama geographer’s forecasting model has helped determine heavily glaciated areas in North America more than 25,000 years ago significantly affected temperatures and land formations in unglaciated areas more than 200 miles away.
Bell seeks new heights in strategic plan – Child Development Research program receives funding – Research aims to make buildings safer – Professor studies affect Thanksgiving meals have on sleep – Study on Cheshire Cat galaxies led by UA – Students recognized as Wells Fargo scholars – Social Work to help assess how state handles sex-trafficking cases – Arboretum named among best flower gardens in state … and more …
University of Alabama students will showcase a concussion detection system and cellular signal strengthening technology, and entrepreneurs will detail the ins and outs of starting and running a successful business during the third Office for Research and Economic Development Innovation Day to be held on campus Dec. 2.
Five nationally known HIV/AIDS activists are the featured speakers at The University of Alabama’s Project FAITHH conference in Montgomery Dec. 4.
A method of cleaning drinking water with light is being tested and developed at The University of Alabama with the hope of creating a product available for homes and businesses.
The University of Alabama’s Amy Walker offers a few simple ideas that children can make for their parents this holiday season.
This week at The University of Alabama: – Innovation Day showcases new technology – Astronomers work where Alice in Wonderland meets Albert Einstein – Baby TALK, PAL receive grant money – HIV/AIDS activists speak at Dec. 4 conference – Physicists receive recognition – Fall, holidays dangerous time for young – Experts offer tips on gifts children can make for their parents, stocking first-aid kits
‘Space emoji’ grins back – Study evaluates veterans’ needs – Consumer shopping expert says deals available – Entrepreneurial network receives grant
Astronomers show how Einstein’s theory can lead to new discoveries – Student named Rural Medical Scholar – Students discusses Elect Her workshop experience at UA – UA’s ACRE reports real estate sales
The University of Alabama’s Child Development Resources is one of five Tuscaloosa organizations to receive more than $379,000, combined, to help fund community programs committed to the prevention of child maltreatment.
Thirteen University of Alabama students were recognized as Wells Fargo First Generation Scholars in a recent campus luncheon.
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Nursing professor seeks to improve rural health – Cavell Trio to perform – UA football produces graduates, pro prospects – Senior design students show collections – Educator discusses links between socioeconomic status, test scores – Economist quoted on upbeat employment numbers – Capstone Men,Women represent UA … and more …
The University of Alabama Board of Trustees has named Dr. Stephen Thoma, professor of educational psychology at The University of Alabama, a University Distinguished Research Professor.
Research results from the “Cheshire Cat” group of galaxies show how manifestations of Einstein’s 100-year-old theory can lead to new discoveries today. The research was co-authored by University of Alabama astronomers.
This week at The University of Alabama: Astronomer works where Alice in Wonderland meets Albert Einstein — UA physicists receive recognition – Thoma named ‘University Research Professor’ — Fall, holidays dangerous time for young – Is Thanksgiving turkey making you tired? — Holiday shopping – CISA bill a good first step, but ambiguity must be addressed — Experts offer tips on stocking first-aid kits
Honors College to expand outreach – Political scientist quoted on presidential candidate’s appeal in state – Students present theses in three minutes … and more …
The University of Alabama finished the 2015 Beat Auburn Beat Hunger food drive by collecting 116,370 pounds of food.
A team of University of Alabama physicists has received recognition for making key contributions to a landmark study of neutrinos that won the Breakthrough Prize in Fundamental Physics recently in California.
UA plans to hire diversity officer – Free legal clinic offered – Economist talks about differences in 9-11, Paris attacks – Criminal justice professor discuss terrorism prevention – UA participating in EcoCar 3 challenge … and more …
Economies pick up after terrorist attacks … Comic book partners talk about their collaboration … Crossing Points production … and fashion show benefits hospice.
University of Alabama President Stuart R. Bell announced today that he has directed the University’s Strategic Planning Council to include the addition of a central diversity officer and the development of a new diversity plan as part of its work.
The Office of Veteran and Military Affairs at The University of Alabama now is offering emergency scholarships for veterans.
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Alumni chapter hosts information session for high school students – Theatre performs ‘Young Frankenstein’ – Addiction expert discusses reasons for heroin spike – Bestselling author event sponsored by creative writing – International education week