The shopping and spending patterns of UA students were investigated in this 2015 online survey. It replicated a student survey conducted in 2011.
This bi-annual statewide telephone survey assesses the beliefs, behaviors, and attitudes of Alabama residents regarding tobacco use.
These statewide telephone surveys, conducted in collaboration with the Center for Business and Economic Research, assess the characteristics of Alabama’s workforce including levels of underemployment and unemployment.
The increasing age of U.S. farmers, coupled with health challenges as age advances, create a high-risk work environment for older farmers. A preliminary study noted that the farm community desires to learn from each other, using stories and humor, rather than from age-based guidelines or brochures. A novel intervention, didactic readers theater is being tested among farm communities in the Southeast U.S. with farm couples ages 45 and over. The investigators partner with local agricultural…