The Radio Television Digital News Association named University of Alabama-housed Alabama Public Radio the winner of five regional Edward R. Murrow Awards in the categories of overall excellence, best series, best soft feature, best use of sound and best documentary.
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Following his passion has led Seth Panitch to some interesting places, from the stage, to overseas, and finally to the department of theatre and dance at The University of Alabama. The zeal he brings to the next generation of acting students has led Panitch to the 2014 Burnum Award.
A University of Alabama geologist was among researchers honored at the White House Monday, as a recipient of the Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers.
Dr. Robin Boylorn knows that sometimes wisdom can come from unexpected places, and she hopes she can bring some of that wisdom to life for students in the 2014 Last Lecture at The University of Alabama.
The Southeastern Conference announced Wednesday that The University of Alabama’s Dr. George C. Rable won the 2014 Faculty Achievement Award.
Zom-Com, a TV pilot produced by University of Alabama telecommunication and film students and faculty, will be screened as part of the Black Warrior Film Festival.
The Monsanto Co. held its cards close to the vest, refusing to publicly acknowledge the damage its PCB pollution was doing in Anniston, even though internal memos revealed the company knew about the dangers of its chemical dumping since the 1960s. Now a University of Alabama researcher has written a book that sheds new light on a pollution scandal that resulted in a $700 million legal settlement and—according to the EPA—still affects the bucolic southern city today.
There may not be any business sharks, or other types, circling within Palmer Lake, but when some 30 University of Alabama innovators pitch their technologies, inventions and ideas to potential investors in UA’s nearby AIME building, real money will be at stake.
The University of Alabama’s Dr. Vincent Scalfani was recently named one of 2014′s “movers and shakers” by the Library Journal.