Faculty and Staff

The more than 250 faculty and staff in the UA College of Engineering are frequently recognized for their achievements and contributions to our state, nation and world.

In The News: UA researchers studying motion sensors to cut back on HVAC energy

Researchers at the University of Alabama are studying ways to help cut back on energy that heat and cools our buildings. This is how 1.5 million-dollar project will work. UA Engineering researchers think new and improved motion sensors could help reduce energy used for HVAC systems. Read more

Sources: Fox 6 (Birmingham), WDAM 7 (Moselle, Mississippi), NBC 5 (Memphis, Tennessee), NBC 12 (Montgomery), ABC 10 (Albany, Georgia), WTVM 9 (Columbus, Georgia), WTOC 11 (Savannah, Georgia), JARN

In The News: 2 children killed in 2 different West Alabama car wrecks Thanksgiving week

Two children killed in two separate car accidents this week in West Alabama. Thanksgiving week is known as one of the deadliest times to travel on the road …It’s scary to think of but it’s real life and it’s happening all the time in Alabama according to public safety experts.… Read more

Sources: Fox 6 (Birmingham), NBC 5 (Memphis, Tennessee), WDAM 7 (Moselle, Mississippi), NBC 10 (Albany, Georgia), WTOC 11 (Savannah, Georgia), NBC 12 (Montgomery), WTVM 9 (Columbus, Georgia), Fox 10 (Mobile)

In The News: Thanksgiving traffic can be deadly

In 2016, there were 22 fatal crashes, which was a 40 percent increase from two years ago. The University of Alabama Center for Advanced Public Safety conducted the research to get this data in hopes that these numbers will help keep drivers on the road safer this year. Associate director with… Read more

Sources: WVUA (Tuscaloosa), Fox 6 (Birmingham), Tuscaloosa News, Gadsden Times

University of Alabama Team Assesses Hurricane Irma Aftermath

A team of faculty, graduate and undergraduate students collected data in four Florida cities including Marco Island, the location where Irma made landfall. Read more