Research in Jeopardy: Lobbying Washington - News
| April 08, 2011Two weeks after the federal government announced that America was officially in a recession, then-Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi joined University President Shirley Tilghman on campus to discuss a potential solution: investment in science.
Research in Jeopardy: Scientists fear funding loss - News
| April 06, 2011
When the Air Force wanted to learn more about the interactions between electrodes and plasma in jet propulsion systems, it turned to mechanical and aerospace engineering professor Edgar Choueiri GS ’91.
Gill '09 forms congressional exploratory committee in California - News
| March 11, 2011
Ricky Gill ’09 launched an exploratory committee on March 1 to examine his potential run for Congress as a Republican representative for California’s 11th district in San Joaquin County.
Bipartisan tax deal includes extension of $2,500 tuition tax credit - News
| December 16, 2010President Barack Obama’s recent tax deal with Republicans includes tax breaks that have supported higher education not just on the institutional level, but for tuition-paying families as well.
Sewell '86 ready to represent Selma - News
| December 02, 2010Twenty-five years after writing an award-winning senior thesis on black women in politics, Terri Sewell ’86 will be sworn in this January as the first African-American congresswoman from Alabama.