Archive for ‘2003’
The National Science Foundation has awarded two University of Alabama faculty with CAREER Awards, NSF's most prestigious awards for top-performing scientists and engineers who are early in their careers.
Auditing is much in the news these days, with Enron, WorldCom and other corporate scandals dominating the business pages. But auditing almost literally came with the founding of the country, according to research done by Dr. William Samson, Roddy-Garner Professor of Accounting in the Culverhouse College of Commerce and Business Administration and former president of the The Academy of Accounting Historians.
When Dr. Stephen Secor is in social settings and responds to the routinely posed question "So, what do you do for a living?" the answer elicits a mixture of reactions.
Dateline Pickens County began its website on Jan. 1, 2003, as a service project in the College of Communication and Information Sciences journalism department under the supervision of Dr. Bailey Thomson, professor, veteran journalist and Pickens County native.
Headaches, what a pain! Nearly everyone gets them, but for some they are more than an occasional annoying event. Instead, they are severe and life altering, resulting in time away from work and family activities.
Richard P. Swatloski of Enterprise, Ala., who is working on his doctorate in chemistry at UA's Center for Green Manufacturing, has been awarded the 2003 Kenneth G. Hancock Memorial Student Award in Green Chemistry.
How much attention do consumers pay to ads? How much do consumers really care about what those ads say? And, how much will the amount of information affect a product's ability to draw purchasers?
For more than 20 years, the UA has provided speech, hearing and language therapy services for some preschool children attending Sumter County's Head Start program.
A heavy-duty highway tractor truck equipped with a first-of-its-kind fuel-cell auxiliary power unit (APU), which is designed to reduce diesel fuel consumption and emissions, recently made a stop at the UA College of Engineering.
The University of Alabama has been part of a three-year Earth System Science project providing coursework online to graduate students.
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