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First-Year Culverhouse Student Bakes Her Way Through College

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Angel Peterson has created a booming bakery business, Angel's Home Bakery.

March 9, 2023

Culverhouse Associate Dean Appointed to Branch of Atlanta Fed Board

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A longtime UA economics researcher joins about 300 people playing a critical role in the United States central banking system.

February 9, 2023

UA Economists: State Economy to Shrink Slightly in 2023

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Persistent inflation, labor shortages, lingering supply chain bottlenecks and international effects from the war in Ukraine will continue to drag national and state economic growth, according to the annual economic forecast from the Center...

January 25, 2023

New Analytics Tools Detect and Disrupt Sex Trafficking Activities

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Groundbreaking modeling from The University of Alabama is credited with assisting in the identification of dozens of potential sex trafficking victims in Alabama.

January 17, 2023

A Commercial Real Estate Agent’s Gender Does Matter – To The Seller

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Gender plays a role in commercial real estate transactions because of a common affinity bias among property owners, according to a study by researchers at The University of Alabama.

December 7, 2022

Deshe Family Gift Launches Campaign to Renovate Alston Hall

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A $2 million commitment from alumnus Ari Deshe and his wife, Ann, kicks off UA’s $4 million fundraising campaign to renovate Mary Hewell Alston Hall, home of the Culverhouse College of Business.

November 16, 2022

River Pitch Competition Returns for 2022

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The competition encourages and supports West Alabama's aspiring entrepreneurs.

November 4, 2022

UA to Lead Regional Data Center Combatting Opioid Crisis

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With expertise and experience in multidisciplinary data analytics, The University of Alabama was tapped to spearhead a regional center to help communities across the Southeast combat the opioid crisis.

November 3, 2022

UA Senior Elected 2022 Homecoming Queen

A senior from Michigan has been crowned UA homecoming queen.

October 21, 2022

Q&A with Faculty Senate President Dr. Chapman Greer

Q&A with Dr. Chapman Greer

Dr. Chapman Greer is the current president of the Faculty Senate. She recently shared some of the accomplishments of the organization and plans going for the coming year.

October 18, 2022

State Business Leaders Still Sour on Economy

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For the second consecutive quarter, state business leaders have a negative outlook on the economy, according to the latest quarterly survey by The University of Alabama.

October 17, 2022

Report Shows Resilient Construction Offers Strong Investment Return

University of Alabama study estimates economic value of resilient construction for multifamily buildings.

October 14, 2022

Three Students Chosen as Research Administration Fellows

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

September 6, 2022

Culverhouse LIFT Learning Sessions Open for Registration

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Free tutoring, job skills and financial literacy training to be offered through Culverhouse LIFT.

September 1, 2022

State Business Leaders Not Confident in Economy

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For the first time in eight years Alabama business leaders have a negative outlook for the economy, according to the latest quarterly survey by The University of Alabama.

July 27, 2022