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New MRI Research Facility at UA Ready for Transformative Research

The next breakthrough in human development and health research could come from The University of Alabama. 

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UA RISE Center’s BUY for RISE Nov. 4-5

The UA RISE Center will host its annual BUY for RISE fundraiser Nov. 4-5 and will feature bargains from numerous local retailers

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Three Students Chosen as Research Administration Fellows

The University of Alabama Office for Research and Economic Development selected three students for its inaugural cohort of Early Career Research Administration Fellows.

Amy Haines and her son Ethan will both earn their master's degrees on Aug. 6.

Mother and Son Earn Master’s Degrees Together

Amy Haines and her son Ethan will cross the stage at Coleman Coliseum Aug. 6, both earning master’s degrees. Although Ethan started working on his master’s right after graduating with his undergrad degree, Amy began her journey seven years ago.

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UA Studies How Body Composition, Sleep Affect Chronic Diseases

A UA researcher will soon begin a leading-edge study that will investigate the relationship between body composition and sleep and their role in developing cardiovascular and metabolic disease.

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UA Dedicates Judy Bonner Child Development Center

The University of Alabama dedicated the Judy Bonner Child Development Research Center in honor of the University’s first female president, Dr. Judy Bonner.

Seth Warren stands on the lefthand side of the photo, with fencing on the right.

Veteran Finds New Passion to Bring Creativity to Tuscaloosa

Seth Warren took a leap of faith and decided to return to school after nearly a decade.

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Equitable Care Path Reduces Disparity in Sport-Related Concussions

While previous work indicates Black patients of sports-related concussions suffer worse outcomes and receive lesser-quality care, a new study involving The University of Alabama shows that racial disparity is greatly reduced with equitable resources and established care paths.

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Golf Tournament Fundraiser Supports UA RISE Center

The RISE Tournament of Champions benefiting The University of Alabama RISE Center will be held April 20-21 at NorthRiver Yacht Club in Tuscaloosa.

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Celebrate We Are Crimson on National Tartan Day

The We Are Crimson tartan is a unique way to visually express UA connection and identity — no Scottish ancestry required.