The three days just before Thanksgiving are some of the worst times of the year to be on the road, according to a recent study of traffic data by The University of Alabama Center for Advanced Public Safety.
The University of Alabama’s Education Policy Center recently received the Committee on Public Policy in Higher Education’s Excellence in Public Policy Award from the Association for the Study of Higher Education.
“There are so many ways to be bad. I’m exploring why people are bad — do they think they’re doing the right thing because they don’t know the right thing or are they really trying to hurt people? I’m studying not only what they do, but why they do it.”
Students at The University of Alabama will work with NASA to enhance understanding of propulsion systems for small satellites – CubeSats — that orbit the Earth, participating in a research project that will help further scientific discovery.
Halloween chocolate is everywhere: your office, home, prominent displays in grocery stores. Athough the adverse physical effects of indulging in chocolate are known before unwrapping the first of many pieces, the sight of Halloween candy also has psychological effects.
“This is our home, the galaxy we live in. We want to understand the galaxy, but it’s hard because we’re right in the middle of it.”