An experienced weather and intelligence professional in the military and intelligence communities will lead global water and security initiatives at The University of Alabama.
This week at The University of Alabama: Bama Bug Fest is coming to the web; UA Student creates election forecast model; and a UA political scientist says D.C. should become a state.
We conducted a thorough investigation of COVID party rumors, and have been unable to identify any students who may have participated in these types of activities. We will continue to follow up on any information we receive and educate our students about essential precautions.
Scott Rayder, an expert on building opportunities and funding for scientific organizations, was selected as the executive director of the Alabama Water Institute for The University of Alabama.
Jack Kersting, a 19-year-old native of Richardson, Texas, studying economics, created political forecasting models that gained recognition for their quality and accuracy, and have been used by major media outlets such as CNN.
This week at The University of Alabama: UA researchers examine stress of pandemic on decision-making; UA offers new minor in global health; UA partners to provide COVID-19 testing in Eutaw.
The University of Alabama will hold joint spring and summer commencement exercises over three days beginning Friday, July 31, at Coleman Coliseum on the UA campus.
Researchers at The University of Alabama were awarded a grant to see if the long-term effects of the coronavirus pandemic may include poor decision-making by those who experienced increased stress levels.