UA In the News — July 3

  • July 3rd, 2018

The Mindset of Mass Shooters (Live Interview)
National Public Radio (National) – July 2
A little more than a week ago the FBI released a first of its kind report on the mindset of mass shooters. That report from the bureau’s behavioral analysis unit looks at about 60 shooters in more than a decades-worth of attacks …I’d like to welcome Adam Lankford to the show. He’s a criminology professor with The University of Alabama.
Finding a New Path With Dementia
Kiplinger – July 2
On a recent morning in Washington, D.C., Mary Radnofsky throws a bright yellow apron over her head, ties it around her waist and breaks into a smile … If you’re having trouble connecting, use a prop, such as reminiscing over an old photo album together or going for a nature walk, says Daniel Potts, a Tuscaloosa, Ala., neurologist and faculty member at the University of Alabama School of Medicine.

Lockheed Martin CEO Marillyn Hewson to speak at Disrupt SF
Tech Crunch – July 2
Marillyn Hewson, the head of Lockheed Martin is joining us at Disrupt SF. This is fantastic. The giant American technology and defense company has long been at the forefront of security, aerospace and defense technology, and Hewson has led the company since 2013 … Hewson comes from Junction City, Kansas, and earned her Bachelor of Science degree in business administration and her Master of Arts degree in economics from the University of Alabama.
Yahoo! – July 2
10Z Talk – July 2
F3 News – July 2
Kwotable – July 2
Rocket News – July 2
Uncova – July 2
Amrank – July 2

UA installs electric car charging stations
WVUA (Tuscaloosa) – July 2
In an effort to make the University of Alabama more eco-friendly, charging stations were installed for electric cars. The stations were provided by a grant from Alabama Power and are free to students as of now. Energy engineer Donnie Grill, said that this is a good trial run to see if more people will switch to electric cars.

Ridgefield student news: Alabama, Gettysburg, and James Madison
Ridgefield Press (Connecticut) – July 2
Two students from Ridgefield were named to the 2018 spring semester dean’s list at Simmons College: Katerina Howie and Cara McHale MackenzieThree students from Ridgefield were named to the dean’s list at the University of Alabama for the spring 2018 semester: Cameron Elizabeth Bittick, Alec James Boxer and Allan Edward Linke.
Lakeland (Florida) Ledger – July 2
Gaston (North Carolina) Gazette – July 2

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