Alepscor

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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Tuskegee University on WSFA (NBC) – Montgomery, AL

Tuskegee University on WSFA (NBC) – Montgomery, AL

…it’s not artwork…but science and technology…at work. It’s an open house going on at the Renaissance Hotel in downtown Montgomery. 120 students are showing off their research and the National Science Foundation funds the conference. Click here for the video.

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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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Dr. Christopher Lawson Named Vice-Chair for the Coalition of EPSCoR States

Dr. Christopher Lawson Named Vice-Chair for the Coalition of EPSCoR States

The EPSCoR/IDeA Foundation/Coalition is an organization that organizes national EPSCoR activities and lobbies on its behalf to the U.S. Congress. The Foundation is the non-lobbying arm, and the Coalition includes lobbying activities. More details are available here. Dr. Lawson has been on the EPSCoR / IDeA Coalition Board of the Directors since 2010. He has […]

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UAH hires new VP of Research with background in cyber security, military

UAH hires new VP of Research with background in cyber security, military

The University of Alabama in Huntsville has hired a new vice president for research who has an extensive background in cyber security and is a retired Army colonel. Rayford Vaughn joins the UAH administration after serving as associate vice president for research at Mississippi State University since 2010. During his career at Mississippi State, which […]

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UAB named to national list of 50 Advancing Women in STEM

UAB named to national list of 50 Advancing Women in STEM

The University of Alabama at Birmingham has been named one of 50 Colleges Advancing Women in STEM by The College Database, a leading not-for-profit resource for college-related data and rankings. stem_ranking_sUAB earned distinction for its suite of programs in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) with a high level of female enrollment and an impressive […]

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