Resources

Congressional Testimonies

2014 Dr. Chris Lawson’s Written Congressional Testimony 2013 Dr. Chris Lawson’s Written Congressional Testimony 2012 Dr. Chris Lawson’s Written Congressional Testimony

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Reports

Science and Technology Roadmaps 2016 AL EPSCoR State Science and Technology Roadmap (AESSTR) 2016 AL EPSCoR Recommendations to Accelerate Alabama 2.0 2012 Accelerate Alabama GRSP 2016 GRSP Report – Volume 9 2015 GRSP Report – Volume 8 2014 GRSP Report – Volume 7 2013 GRSP Report – Volume 6 2012 GRSP Report – Volume 5 […]

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Major Awards

ALEPSCoR brings in external funding into the state from several federal EPSCoR agencies associated with NSF, DOE, USDA, and NASA. In FY 2012, ALEPSCoR brought in over $25M of new federal grants into the state from these agencies. National Science Foundation (NSF) EPSCoR NSF/EPSCoR provided federal funding for ALEPSCoR programs through a Research Infrastructure Improvement (RII) […]

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Strategic Science and Technology Plans for Alabama

2016 Alabama EPSCoR State Science and Technology Roadmap (AESSTR) 2012 Accelerate Alabama Strategic Economic Development Plan 2009 Alabama Science and Technology Roadmap  

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Links

Small Business Innovation Research Activities Alabama State Per Capita Income Center for Business and Economic Research Alabama’s Economic Profile Patents Issued to Alabama Residents Alabama Gross State Product Alabama Commission on Higher Education Reports Alabama’s Research & Development Information and State Rankings Academic Research and Development Alabama Agricultural and Mechanical University Auburn University Tuskegee University […]

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The Experimental Program to Stimulate Competitive Research (EPSCoR)

The Alabama EPSCoR (ALEPSCoR) Program is dedicated to the advancement of economic development via scientific and engineering research through a collaborative effort among the state’s research universities. The focus of activities is designed to attract and retain distinguished scientists and researchers for Alabama; to develop new cutting-edge technologies, companies and opportunities; and to stimulate state […]

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EPSCoR/IDeA Coalition Advocacy Material

Click here to see the NSF EPSCoR – FY 2013 EPSCoR/IDeA Coalition Advocacy Material

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Alabama STEM education initiative gets worldwide attention

Alabama STEM education initiative gets worldwide attention

MONTGOMERY, Alabama — Six-year-old Blake examines three small wheat seeds under a magnifying glass and then documents what he has observed. He pinches together a piece of paper towel until it fits into a straw. The student deposits his seeds in the straw and the teacher places the straws in cups. The class discusses whether […]

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Why Students Study STEM

Exposure to math and science has a bigger impact on students’ intent to major in a science, technology, engineering or mathematics (STEM) field than does math achievement, according to a study published in the October issue of the American Educational Research Journal. Visit Inside Higher Ed to read more.

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