“Older people tend to lose their immunity as time goes by, so things they may be immunized for 20 years ago, maybe they’re not still immune.”
Highway death study continues to influence journalists — Construction begins on Adaptive Athletics facility — Discussion of teen violence and social media — and more.
The University of Alabama’s School of Library and Information Studies will award over $7,000 in new children’s and young adult books to five school libraries in the Black Belt region of the state and one school library in an economically deprived area of Alabama outside of the Black Belt Region through its SLIS Book Bonanza for the Black Belt (and Beyond) program.
“They (certain birds) don’t participate in this behavior during the breeding season because their energy is geared towards producing and raising young birds. It probably happens in the winter because there is power in numbers in terms of avoiding predators. The crazy swirling effort by thousands at dusk is likely a way to confuse any nearby predators such as hawks and owls.”
Faculty from UA’s Department of Theatre and Dance guide students as they bring to life “The Philadelphia Story” and we’re taking you behind-the-scenes for a deeper look into the lives of those who make that possible.
The University of Alabama’s Child Development Resources invites parents and children to its second annual lullaby concert from 5:15 to 6:15 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 23, at the Child Development Research Center.
The search committee assisting with the selection of a vice president and associate provost for diversity, equity and inclusion at The University of Alabama met Friday to review the pool of applicants and selected a group for in-person interviews.
The University of Alabama’s Rodgers Library for Science and Engineering is hosting its fourth annual “Take a Journey in Science” program, which features short talks from University experts about high-interest topics in the fields of science and nursing.