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  • October 22, 2018

This week at The University of Alabama: Engineers testing new fuels to maximize fuel economy – Grant awarded UA to help combat opioid abuse in state via data tool – Combating physician shortages in rural Alabama

UA Team Receives $1M Grant to Develop Tool to Combat Opioid Abuse

  • October 18, 2018

A research unit at The University of Alabama’s Culverhouse College of Business received an approximate $1 million grant from the Justice Department to develop a data-driven tool to help officials better understand the scope of the opioid epidemic in Alabama

UA Celebrates Historic Fundraising Year

  • October 17, 2018

The University of Alabama set another fundraising record for gifts and pledges received, raising $224.3 million during the fiscal year that concluded Sept. 30 from more than 62,300 donors during 2017-18.

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  • October 15, 2018

This week at The University of Alabama: What brings job satisfaction to most? UA researchers find out – Bringing physicians to rural areas – Panel to discuss opioid epidemic

UA Rural Medical Scholars Program Welcomes New Class

  • October 15, 2018

Ten students from rural Alabama who plan to become physicians practicing in rural communities in the state have been accepted into The University of Alabama’s Rural Medical Scholars Program for the 2018-19 academic year.

UA Engineers Develop Solution to Child Heat Deaths in Cars

  • October 8, 2018

A patent-pending device developed by University of Alabama researchers can alert a cell phone when a human or animal is inside a parked vehicle getting too hot. It monitors carbon dioxide levels from human breath inside the vehicle along with temperature and car movement.

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  • October 8, 2018

This week at The University of Alabama: Researchers develop potential solution to hot car deaths — What brings job satisfaction to most? UA researchers find out – It’s Homecoming Week! – Hispanic Latino Heritage Month events continue – Students with an autism spectrum disorder perform alongside typically developing students

Best Practices, Not Individual Preferences, Bring Job Satisfaction

  • October 8, 2018

Though employees may like their work to cater to their individual preferences, they are predictably more satisfied when the organizational culture matches a set of widely preferred characteristics that provide a fair, supportive and stable work environment.