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Startup Weekend 2019
Startup Weekend Tuscaloosa Returns March 1-3
TUSCALOOSA, Ala. — Do you have a product or service idea but don’t know how to get started? The power Read more.
$5,000 for Manderson Team at the Katz Invitational Case Competition
Above, from left to right, Manderson MBA students James McCool, Esther Workman, Lacey Cencula, and Justin Chambers strike a pose Read more.
Dulek Recipient of UA’s Algernon Sydney Sullivan Award
The University of Alabama annually recognizes top individuals on campus for scholarship, leadership and service with the Premier Awards, distributed at Read more.
The EDGE, a New Tuscaloosa-Area Business Incubator, Accelerator to Open Feb. 6
  TUSCALOOSA, Ala. — The EDGE, a high-tech facility designed to support entrepreneurial collaboration and innovation in west Alabama, will have Read more.
Digital Frontiers, Hewson Hall Focus of Latest Executive
The Executive, the Culverhouse College of Business magazine, has published its latest issue. Available to read in a digitally-optimized version, Read more.
Culverhouse Hosts Conversation About Civil Rights and Economics
Last Thursday, Dr. Derryn Moten, the chair of the History and Political Science Department at Alabama State University, visited Culverhouse Read more.
…Nothing But A Winner: Manderson’s Case for Excellence
Written by Zach Thomas It’s really great to be a winner and students in Culverhouse’s Manderson Graduate School of Business Read more.
Scottsboro Native Gains ‘Edge’ Through STEM Path, Army ROTC
Mary Ellen Sinnott’s time at The University of Alabama has been filled with more opportunities than she could have imagined. Read more.
HGTV, Scripps Networks Exec Susan Packard to Speak on UA Campus
Susan Packard, a visionary media executive best known as a co-founder of Scripps Networks Interactive and former chief operating officer Read more.
Capstone Student Investment Conference Coming Feb. 23
The Capstone Student Investment Conference, or CSIC, is a one-of-a-kind event, bringing together students and professionals from around the country who are Read more.
Culverhouse HR Student Coordinates Community Job Fair
By Victoria Martinez If you were to call upon your talents and resources, how would you help your community? Culverhouse Read more.
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New Culverhouse Lab Targets Human Behavior in Business
Devoted to conducting controlled laboratory-based experiments to understand human behavior as it relates to business activities, the newest research space at Read more.
Culverhouse to Celebrate Centennial Year in 2019
TUSCALOOSA, Ala. – The Culverhouse College of Business at The University of Alabama is celebrating 100 years of transforming business Read more.
Manderson Master’s Students Form Networking and Outreach Org
Students in the Manderson Graduate School of Business’s specialized master’s programs can now join a new group that seeks to Read more.
How Business Meets Engineering in this Culverhouse Student’s Life
Written by Breanna Pianfetti Culverhouse student Easton Davis is spearheading a team of University of Alabama students from several campus Read more.
Even if Doing a Good Job, Women CEOs More Likely to be Fired
This research has been covered in the following media outlets: Fortune, “Female CEOs Are More Likely to Be Fired Than Men—Even When Read more.
Cochran Wins INFORMS President’s Award
  Dr. Jim Cochran, the Culverhouse Associate Dean for Research, was recognized by the Institute for Operations Research & the Read more.
Entrepreneurs Take Tuscaloosa
  Written by Breanna Pianfetti Each year, there is one week in November that celebrates entrepreneurs and promotes efforts to Read more.
Alabama Business Hall of Fame Inducts Seven for Class of 2018
  In a festive, black-tie celebration Thursday, November 15, 2018, the Alabama Business Hall of Fameinducted seven new members, all of Read more.
Research: Racial Disparity in State Prisons Declined Moderately Since 1995
TUSCALOOSA, Ala. — The racial disparity in incarceration in state prisons between black and white American men declined between 1995 and Read more.
“Takeover Thursday” Offers Vantage of Students’ Lives
More than 9,000 future business leaders roam the halls of the Culverhouse College of Business every day and each one Read more.
List Elucidates at Lowder Lecture
John List, a highly-respected professor of economics at the University of Chicago and chief economic advisor to ridesharing company Lyft... Read more.
Insurance Disruption on Display at Alabama I-Day
This year, the program focused on tech-driven disruption in the industry. Eighteen experts covered various aspects of insurance disruption... Read more.
ACRE Outreach and Education Director Awarded Jack Davis Award
Cherie Moman of the Alabama Center for Real Estate (ACRE), a Culverhouse College of Business research center, was among 11 Read more.
Best Practices, Not Individual Preferences, Bring Job Satisfaction
Though employees may like their work to cater to their individual preferences, they are predictably more satisfied... Read more.
Men in Leadership Gain From Psychopathic Behavior, Women Punished
TUSCALOOSA, Ala. — People with psychopathic tendencies are slightly more likely to be a company boss, but a new study finds Read more.
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Key Players in Business Analytics Visit for a Day of Data
Last Thursday, UA faculty and students attended the Business Analytics Symposium where several key players in data analytics converged at Read more.
Data-driven UA Team Wins $1M Grant to Develop Opioid Abuse Tool for Law Enforcement and
Across the country, opioid abuse has reached epidemic levels, severely impacting communities and straining public safety resources... Read more.