This week at The University of Alabama: UA faculty members offer tips for parents who are sending their children back to school; a UA researcher is studying how body composition and sleep affect chronic diseases; and a new director of strategic research partnerships and consortiums has been announced.
As K-12 students get ready to start a new school year, University of Alabama faculty members offer tips to parents to help ensure their children’s success in the classroom.
A new role under the Office for Research and Economic Development is charged with creating transformational partnerships that combine outcomes from impactful research at The University of Alabama with the critical technology and workforce needs of industry.
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.
This week at The University of Alabama: Alabama business leaders have a negative outlook for the economy for the first time in eight years; University Medical Center is now serving the people of Sumter County with a new clinic in Livingston; and UA prepares to award almost 1,500 degrees during a commencement ceremony.
An experienced leader with Honda Motor Company and entrepreneur will direct the Alabama Mobility and Power Center at The University of Alabama.
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.