This is one of only 17 PFI grants awarded this year, and the first ever given in the state of Alabama. PFI grants encourage academic and industry partners to work together on research discoveries to bolster U.S. competitiveness or provide a solution to a national and/or global problem.
Glenn Feldman, Ph.D., professor in theDepartment of History, examines the South’s transition to a majority Republican region from its Democratic roots in his new book, “The Irony of the Solid South: Democrats, Republicans, and Race, 1865-1944.” It is published by the University of Alabama Press and available for purchase on Amazon.com and in major bookstores.
Phillips’ book, “Beyond Sound, The College and Career Guide in Music Technology,” published by Oxford University Press, was released in May 2013. Phillips is co-director of the UAB Music Technology program and has spent his professional academic career researching and documenting the development of college music technology programs across the United States.
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