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  • Coach Nick Saban delivers a timely message as we fight COVID-19

  • Alabama Transportation Institute research prepares state for EV revolution

    TUSCALOOSA, Alabama – Electric vehicles may be a rare sight on the roads across Alabama today, but researchers at The University of Alabama know that rising EV adoption rates will soon spark challenges for the state’s transportation planners and policymakers.

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  • Zoom Accounts for UA System Faculty, Staff and Students

    Virtual Meeting Attendance and Telecommuting Free Zoom accounts are available to all faculty, staff and students in the UA System. Additional information and the form to obtain an account can be found on the IITS website. A Zoom account is only necessary if you are a Meeting Host or Meeting Scheduler. No account is required to participate in a Zoom meeting.

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  • Inside the Statehouse

    By Steve Flowers

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  • UAB’s Live HealthSmart Alabama aims to remedy state’s low health rankings

     Is it possible to lift Alabama’s health rankings from the bottom tier of states?

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  • Wendell Hudson's retired University of Alabama jersey unveiled

    Emotional Wendell Hudson watches unveiling of his retired Alabama jersey

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  • UA System seeks $50M from state for genomics building

    By Tyler Patchen – Health and Technology Reporter, Birmingham Business Journal (Link to original article) Feb 13, 2020, 1:33pm EST

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  • UA Names Myron Pope Vice President for Student Life

  • Chancellor St. John calls for ‘transformational investment’ in UAB genomic medicine research center

    BIRMINGHAM, Alabama – Finis “Fess” St. John IV, Chancellor of The University of Alabama System, called on Governor Kay Ivey and legislative leadership to provide a $50 million investment in a new genomic medicine research center at the University of Alabama at Birmingham that will transform the future of healthcare in the state.

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  • UAH aerospace engineering research spurs high ranking, collaborations

    HUNTSVILLE, Alabama – Aerospace engineering researchers at The University of Alabama in Huntsville are modeling how a future U.S. spacecraft might be engineered for nuclear propulsion. They are also studying how reliable rocket engine components can be printed using advanced manufacturing techniques.

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  • UAB Health System, Ascension St. Vincent’s develop strategic alliance for better health

  • UA System researchers work to unlock tornado mysteries and improve public safety