More than 100 graduate students will present research papers and posters at the eighth annual Educational Studies in Psychology, Research Methodology, and Counseling Graduate Research Symposium, Thursday, March 31 at The University of Alabama.
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Highly-regarded for his research and a devoted scholar, Dr. Arunava Gupta, Distinguished University Research Professor, is this year’s recipient of the Burnum Distinguished Faculty Award, one of the highest honors bestowed on professors at The University of Alabama.
Dr. William “Lee” McCorkle Jr., a cognitive and evolutionary anthropologist, will present a lecture on the evolution of religious studies March 31 at 7:30 p.m. in the Ferguson Center Ballroom on The University of Alabama campus.
With the help of a $9,000 grant from the National Science Foundation, University of Alabama doctoral student Erik Porth and his dissertation adviser, Dr. John Blitz, are hoping to uncover some of the secrets of Moundville’s long ago decline.
Recipients of the 2015 Premier Awards – the top individual honors for scholarship, leadership and service at The University of Alabama – were announced at a recent presentation dinner.
The University of Alabama, in collaboration with Aristotle University in Thessaloniki, Greece, is throwing Aristotle a weeklong birthday bash with events spanning March 21-25.
There’s no known cure for the common cold, but receiving multiple tattoos can strengthen your immunological responses, potentially making you heartier in fighting off common infections, according to research by a trio of University of Alabama scholars.
The National Parks Service commissioned a University of Alabama faculty member to create a map of Florida Bay in Everglades National Park. UA researchers are developing an accurate map of the channels and flats to help ensure the conservation of the bay.
More than 280 students representing 14 schools recently competed in The University of Alabama’s annual high school physics contest.
Social stressors can change DNA and brain chemistry, particularly in adolescent girls, and lead to increased risk for self-harm, according to a psychologist who will discuss his research Friday, March 4, at The University of Alabama.