Winners of the 2011 University of Alabama entrepreneurship awards will be honored at a Feb. 24 ceremony and reception in the North Zone at Bryant-Denny Stadium.
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Distance learning students at The University of Alabama are set to compete in a new online fitness challenge beginning Feb. 6. The goals of the six-week UA Online Gets Fit challenge are to get distance learning students moving and improve overall fitness and health knowledge.
The University of Alabama’s Culverhouse School of Accountancy made a strong showing in Public Accounting Report’s top 25 school rankings for 2010. The undergraduate program placed 23rd, up from 25th in 2009, and graduate programs rose to 22nd from 2009’s 25th place.
A major symposium scheduled for Feb. 3-4 at the Bryant Conference Center on The University of Alabama campus will underscore the expertise that exists at the Culverhouse College of Commerce in the burgeoning area of business analytics.
The Manderson Graduate School of Business at The University of Alabama placed 34th among public institutions in a new ranking of MBA programs created by John Byrne, former editor of Business Week and founder of the original Business Week rankings back in the 1980s.
The underlying reasons for a bleak economic forecast, how Alabama will fare next year, and how the Federal Reserve Bank will work to ease the effects of the recession will be discussed at the 2011 Economic Outlook Conference Jan.13 at the Renaissance Montgomery Hotel.
Between 2007 and 2009, the poverty rate for children ages 5 to 17 in families rose in about three quarters of Alabama’s 67 counties, according to U.S. Census Bureau.
Nominations are now being accepted in five categories of entrepreneurship, with the winners being announced during the week of Feb. 21-25 as part of The University of Alabama campus-wide week of entrepreneurship.
The Financial Accounting Foundation has announced that Dr. Mary Stone, director of the Culverhouse School of Accountancy at The University of Alabama, is one of four appointed to the FAF Board of Trustees.
The underlying reasons for the weak economic forecast and how Alabama will fare next year will be discussed at the 2011 Economic Outlook Conference Jan.13 at the Renaissance Montgomery Hotel. The information may provide some insight on how best to deal with the economic climate.