Lecture to explain medical school application process

“I think students make many assumptions about the medical school application process, and the hope is that after hearing from the two speakers, students who have an interest in applying to medical school will know more about what they need to do now to be ready for the next step,” said Kim Bissell, associate dean for research. 

NASA Days connects students with industry professionals

 “This is the second time the college of engineering has done this,” Culver said. “Both times it’s been a super cool event, to get the engineers and other people on campus excited about space life. You have so many opportunities available to you, with quite a few of these companies taking resumes right now.”  NASA Days continue through Friday, Nov. 3 in Shelby Quad and the Ferguson Student Center Theater. 

Thousands raised for mental health support fund

Mental health funding was a focal point of last year’s SGA presidential race, and a key tenant of eventual President Jared Hunter’s platform was a promise that he would raise money to help solve the issue. In an effort to follow through on his word, Hunter has spearheaded the creation of the R.E.S.P.E.C.T. fund. 

KRACK attacks WPA-2 networks, UA likely safe

“Anybody using WPA could be vulnerable to it,” said  Meagan Bennett, marketing and communications manager for the Office of Information and Technology. “...The good thing is that the University of Alabama wireless network is not vulnerable to it. We keep up with our patches and our updates so our network is definitely safe from this type of attack.”