Archive for ‘October 3rd, 2005’
UA Physicist’s Predictions Proven True, Leads Industry in New Direction in Quest for Superior Computer Memory
There are no crystal balls visible upon entering Dr. William "Bill" Butler's office. Yet, theoretical predictions this physicist made in a scientific paper published in 2001 have been verified experimentally and may be key in development of the next generation of computer memory and hard drives.
Dr. Paul Hubbert, executive secretary of the Alabama Education Association, will address the fall meeting of The University of Alabama Retirees Association (TUARA) Friday, Oct. 14. Hubbert will speak to the group at 10 a.m. at the FOCUS Building, 1620 Sixth St. in downtown Tuscaloosa.
This fall, the University launched revolutionary interactive Web sites for freshmen and their parents designed to improve retention, campus involvement and graduation rates.
The UA College of Continuing Studies is offering students displaced by Hurricane Katrina an opportunity to continue their education through online courses at no cost.
Otteson Receives Atlas Economic Research Foundation Award, Nursing Professor Honored with National Teaching Award
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