Three UA faculty members are working in collaboration with NASA to test new technology that could be useful in earthquakes and high winds.
Standing 60 feet tall and made up of approximately 112,000 cubic yards of dirt, Alabama’s tallest mound began receiving a make-over on Saturday, Feb.
The first night Stuart Bell and his wife Susan were in Tuscaloosa, they had a late dinner before deciding to walk around the campus. The two made their way to the Quad where they saw two or three groups of students still hanging around after classes.
Normally, taking anything from LSU other than a win leaves a bitter taste in my mouth. However, with the hiring of Dr. Stuart Bell this month, I believe that we as students at Alabama have something worth celebrating on more than just a week-to-week basis.
By Jeremy Connor | Contributing Writer The University of Alabama is used to having teams that win national championships.
The University of Alabama’s College of Engineering named five of its alumni to the Distinguished Engineering Fellows class of 2015.
Three career fairs will be hosted at the Bryant Conference Center this week featuring more than 175 employers, with opportunities for internships as well as full-time employment.
Edward Sazonov, an associate professor of electrical and computer engineering, is part of a collaboration with other professors from Georgia State University and the University of Colorado at Denver that is working together to develop a revolutionary diet tracking device.
With a lot of hard work and commitment, the ENGenuity Lab has finally made its place prominent on the University of Alabama campus. The lab started three years ago when co-creators and administrators Nancy Holmes and Gail Howell started a Mentor UPP Program.
While many students grab a bite to eat and chat with friends in the Ferguson Center, Michael Royko works on a business plan for potential investors. Royko, a sophomore majoring in chemical engineering, is one of 24 University of Alabama students participating in the Neuro Start Up Challenge.
Lauren Howell is aiming for the stars – a bit more literally than most of her classmates. Howell, a sophomore majoring in aerospace engineering at The University of Alabama, was recently named a recipient of NASA's 2014-2015 Aeronautics Scholarship. Howell is one of just 20 students from across the nation to receive the honor.
On the University of Alabama campus, desks vary in size and style from building to building, leaving some students without enough room to work. Britton Rogers, a senior majoring in history, has experience in both history and biology classrooms.
The College of Engineering Does Amateur Radical Theatre is a group of primarily engineering students out to prove the College of Engineering is a creative place, not just numbers, technology and science. Founded in 2007, the group consists of roughly 50 members.
The 53rd biennial International Field Emissions Symposium, held in Tuscaloosa from May 20 to 25, hosted over 180 professionals from 12 countries in a conference detailing and discussing new strides being made in the atomic sciences. Traditionally held every two years in different parts of the world, its previous hosts include Sydney, Australia and Rouen, France.
A team of senior students from the University of Alabama’s College of Engineering placed sixth in the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers SoutheastCon hardware robotics competition on March 17. The team is comprised of seven seniors in the electrical and computer-engineering program at UA who are enrolled in the ECE 492/494 Capstone Senior Design course.
U.S. Secretary of Energy Stephen Chu announced that 24 universities will receive funding for their Industrial Assessment Centers on Sept.