This week at The University of Alabama: ACRE unveils news REImagined initiative to increase diversity in real estate careers; UA Campus Development teams with Facilities and Grounds to launch a campus tree farm; and more.
In a study at The University of Alabama, aging fruit flies died faster than younger flies from a viral infection because of different genetic responses, lowering the older flies’ tolerance to the infection.
This week at The University of Alabama: UA student receives Boren Scholarship; UA researchers study genetic responses of aging fruit flies; UA launches new program to support families of students capable of high levels of achievement.
UA student Ann Williams, of Montgomery, has received a Boren Scholarship for the study of languages in world regions critical to U.S. interests and underrepresented in study abroad.
On April 30 a panel of experts, government officials and industry leaders will address key local issues rooted in the real estate sector, with a dedicated discussion of the evolution of Tuscaloosa’s overall residential market since the tornado outbreak in April 2011.
This week at The University of Alabama: UA remembers April 27, 2011 tornado with ceremony; UA holds Spring Commencement ceremonies; UA launches talent development initiative for young students.
UA’s Gifted Education and Talent Development Office recently launched a new program to better support to families of students capable of high levels of achievement.
This week at The University of Alabama: Bama Blitz sets fundraising record; new study conducted by UA researchers shows marshes on the edges of Mobile Bay are disappearing; state business leaders feel more encouraged about the economy; and Bama Bug fest gets underway.