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Service to the state, nation and world is part of the mission of The University of Alabama College of Engineering.

In The News: NASA, University of Alabama collaborate on in-space manufacturing

NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Alabama, is expanding its partnership with the University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa to collaborate on advanced and in-space manufacturing. Marshall Director Jody Singer and Alabama President Stuart Bell signed a memorandum of understanding on Wednesday, Nov. 6, in the university’s Rose Administration Building… Read more

Sources: Intelligent Aerospace, ABC (Huntsville), CBS (Huntsville), Fox 6, NBC (Huntsville), Tuscaloosa News

In The News: UA Dean of Engineering visits HTHS Engineering Academy students

Engineering Academy students at Hewitt-Trussville High School had a special guest on Wednesday, Sept. 18, 2019. The Dean of Engineering from the University of Alabama spoke with students taking engineering, physics and computer science classes. Dean Karr explained how to be successful in college. According to the school system, Karr… Read more

Sources: Trussville Tribune

In The News: SCHOOL NEWS: September 29, 2019

During the summer, Kaylin Hughes, a junior from Central High School, was one of 40 girls in the state of Alabama who participated in the 2019 National Science Foundation LEGACY Program. This program was led by Dr. Jeff Gray, who is a professor at the University of Alabama. After completing… Read more

Sources: Tuscaloosa News

In The News: USA professor sets ambitious goal to improve wastewater infrastructure in rural Alabama

For years – 13, to be exact – Dr. Kevin White has been on a mission to improve wastewater management infrastructure in portions of rural Alabama. The $755,761 grant came about largely because of a summary paper White and co-author Dr. Mark Elliott, assistant professor in the University of Alabama… Read more

Sources: Yellowhammer

In The News: Tuscaloosa Probate Judge believes UA’s College of Engineering can be catalyst to economic development in Tuscaloosa County

The University of Alabama and the Mercedes-Benz plant are two of the driving forces behind economic development in Tuscaloosa county locally…Rob Robertson says manufacturing is critical to the area’s future. He says there has to be a greater focus on workforce to help support manufacturing at places like Mercedes….That’s where Robertson says… Read more

Sources: WVTM-NBC 13, WVTM