Rodgers Library is partnering with several centers across campus to hold tours of the research facilities. Touring these centers is an opportunity for students to explore the UA facilities and also to connect with the faculty and staff that operate these centers. Starting this week, we will tour the Cube, the MINT center and the Center Analytical Facility.
The Cube at the University of Alabama is an active space where students learn, share, think and create by designing, devising and constructing. The Cube is located in Hardaway Hall and currently includes the 3D prototyping Lab, Electronics Prototyping Lab, UA Makerspace, ideaLAB and Apps Lab. We will tour the Cube at the following days.
Monday April 4th 2:00pm
Tuesday April 5th 11:00 AM
Thursday April 7th 2:00 PM
For more information on the Cube please visit here
Center for Materials for Information Technology (MINT) was founded in 1988, and is a source of multidisciplinary research in materials for information technologies. MINT objectives are:
- To cultivate students in the relevant disciplines.
- To provide scientific and engineering resources and to be a communication channel for the information technology industry.
- To enhance the standing of the University of Alabama as a major research university.
- To promote economic growth at local, national and international levels.
Rodgers Library will tour the MINT on Thursday April 7th, 11:00AM.
For more information on MINT center please visit http://mint.ua.edu/
The Central Analytical Facility (CAF) of The University of Alabama is a user facility housing major research instrumentation. The mission of the Central Analytical Facility is to enable and facilitate collaborative, multi-investigator, multi-disciplinary, multi-campus and regional research involving major research instrumentation.
We will tour (CAF) on Thursday April 14th 2:00PM
If you are interested in touring any of these centers at the above dates, please RSVP with the date you want to attend. To: Arian Abdulla firstname.lastname@example.org.