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This week at The University of Alabama: More than 1,700 students to graduate Aug. 2 – Grad student uses Bluetooth technology to help coach students with cognitive disabilities – UA to host military transition summits – UA experts comment on Ukraine-Russia crisis, offer college prep tips – Events include sustainable fuels workshop, computer science camp

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This week at The University of Alabama: RISE graduation ceremony, rehearsal Thursday — Nutrition camp for children — Engineering camp for high-schoolers — UA experts offer tips for preparing your preschooler to transition to kindergarten, how to stay safe in the water

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This week at The University of Alabama: SITE summer camps gives high-school students inside look at engineering student life – UA to host military transition summits – Free child nutrition camp – UA expert offers swimming safety tips … and more.

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This week at The University of Alabama: UA/Muscogee (Creek) Nation partnership provides graduate research assistantship – UA experts comment on preparing for college, avoiding heat stroke, tech innovations in journalism – Child nutrition camp planned for July 14-17

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This week at The University of Alabama: UA, Muscogee (Creek) Nation team up to shed light on past – UA grad student meets Nobel Laureates – UA experts offer tips for taking great fireworks photos, avoiding heat stroke – UA professors comment on Hobby Lobby case, tech innovations in journalism

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This week at The University of Alabama: UA grad student to meet Nobel Laureates – Community members dig into history at Museum of Natural History’s Perry County site – State education official visits UA teacher training program – High school students conduct materials science research at UA – UA receives grant for cybercrime lab – UA experts comment on “ransomware,” ways to avoid heat stroke

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This week at The University of Alabama: High school students conduct materials science research – Noyce internships prepare future math/science teachers – UA receives grant to establish cybercrime lab – Experts comment on proposed EPA regulations, how high-school sophomores should prepare for college – Business school launches diversity initiative – Summer Enrichment Workshop geared toward gifted and talented students

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This week at The University of Alabama: UA receives grant for cybercrime lab – High schoolers land summer jobs conducting materials science research – Science, math majors continue Noyce scholarships with STEM internships – Girls State meets at UA – Engineering prof patents process to improve carbon-capture – Student teams wins NASA robotic-mining competition – UA experts comment on proposed rules for cutting carbon emissions, creative activities to keep kids occupied – Business school reaches out with diversity initiative – College of Education’s summer enrichment program begins

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This week at The University of Alabama: UA engineering prof hopes to improve carbon-capture with patented technology – UA student team wins NASA robotic-mining contest – Boys State, Girls State meet at UA – Start-up company ready to serve construction industry – UA experts comment on EPA proposed rules for power plans to cut carbon emissions, how to take great vacation photos, why body mass index matters

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This week at The University of Alabama: UA engineering students win NASA robotic-mining contest – Boys State to meet on campus – UA start-up company ready to serve construction industry – UA experts offer tips on preparing for college, when women should get Pap smears – Events include opera workshop performance, birding program at Moundville Archaeological Park

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