The coming year looks to be a good one for the state’s economy, according to analysts at the Center for Business and Economic Research at The University of Alabama.
The sale of existing single-family homes in Alabama declined by 11.1 percent in October to 4,831 units, according to the Alabama Real Estate Research and Education Center at The University of Alabama. Only January and February posted lower sales figures.
Lindsey M. Blumenthal, a former student intern in the Culverhouse College of Commerce Office of Alumni and Corporate Relations, has returned to The University of Alabama as director of the business school's Commerce Executive Society.
Alabama Housing Affordabilty Down Again as Market Shows Signs of Slowing, According to UA Real Estate Center
The Alabama Housing Affordability Index for the third quarter of 2005 declined 7 percentage points from the second quarter, the second consecutive decrease in the index this year, according to The University of Alabama's Real Estate Research and Education Center.
UA’s Agrawal Co-Authors FMA’s ‘Best Paper;’ Research Examines Analyst Conflicts and Stock Recommendations
A paper co-authored by Dr. Anup Agrawal, professor of finance and holder of the William A. Powell Chair of Finance and Banking at The University of Alabama's Culverhouse College of Commerce, has received the "Best Paper" award at the recent Financial Management Association meeting in Chicago.
Existing single-family home sales in Alabama declined by 3.7 percent in September with 5,435 units sold, down from 5,641 units in August, according to the Alabama Real Estate Research and Education Center at The University of Alabama.
The University of Alabama National Alumni Association has announced the four recipients of its 2005 Outstanding Commitment to Teaching Award (OCTA), the University's highest honor for excellence in teaching.
Beginning two hours before kickoff of select home football games, The University of Alabama will offer Game Day University where UA faculty members will give interesting presentations to alumni and fans at the Bryant Conference Center.
For the football fans who prefer to soak up the air conditioning on game days, lectures on today’s hottest research topics, as presented by some of UA's top faculty experts, will be given in The University of Alabama Bryant Conference Center this football season.
Five of the state's leading business and civic leaders will be inducted into the Alabama Business Hall of Fame on Thursday, Oct. 6 at the Bryant Conference Center on The University of Alabama campus.
Chantell Smith and DeAndre' Howard, both of Montgomery, and Basirat Alabai of Millbrook conducted research at The University of Alabama as members of the 2005 McNair Scholars class.
Regions Financial Corporation Establishes Carl E. and Ann K. Jones Regions Endowed Scholarship at UA
Birmingham-based Regions Financial Corporation (NYSE: RF), one of the nation’s Top 15 financial services providers, has given $1 million to The University of Alabama in honor of its outgoing CEO Carl E. Jones Jr. and his wife Ann Karpinski Jones, both UA graduates. In addition, the Joneses have matched the gift with a $1 million donation of their own.
Lacie J. Bartholomew, a senior at Fayette County High School, has been selected to receive the 2005-2006 R.C. Cobb Scholarship. The selection was made by the Cobb family.
Deborah Hamilton, project manager for The University of Alabama's Center for Business and Economic Research, has been awarded the 2005 Dr. Minnie C. Miles Endowed Excellence Award.
Rick Brooks, Atlanta deputy bureau chief of The Wall Street Journal, will be the luncheon speaker at the 2005 Business Reporters Seminar May 25 at The University of Alabama.
U.S. News and World Report ranks The University of Alabama School of Law among the Top 50 law schools in the nation, as it has annually since 1999.
Dr. Gary A. Hoover, associate professor of economics and Harrison Teaching Excellence Faculty Fellow, has been named assistant dean for faculty and graduate student development at The University of Alabama's Culverhouse College of Commerce. Hoover will assume his new role beginning this summer.
The family of the late Fred Gordon Bostick Jr. has established the Fred and Martha Bostick Endowed Support Fund for Faculty Excellence at The University of Alabama Culverhouse College of Commerce and Business Administration.
Carver Appointed Assistant Dean of UA Business School; Focus will be on Manderson Graduate School Programs
Susan D. Carver has been appointed assistant dean of The University of Alabama's Culverhouse College of Commerce with primary responsibility for the Manderson Graduate School of Business.
The Alabama Entrepreneurial Research Network, based in The University of Alabama’s Culverhouse College of Commerce, has received a $50,000 grant from the Delta Regional Authority to continue its program of fostering business opportunities in the state’s rural areas.
The world's largest data mining conference will be held later this month in Las Vegas and The University of Alabama's Institute of Business Intelligence will play a major role in the event.
Alabama Business Hall of Fame to Induct Five New Members; Time-Warner’s Don Logan to Deliver Keynote Address
Five of the state's leading business and civic leaders will be inducted into the Alabama Business Hall of Fame on Thursday, Oct. 7 at the Bryant Conference Center on The University of Alabama campus.