How Graduate Education Builds the Knowledge Economy in Alabama


Did you know that graduate education at UA plays a profound role in Alabama’s 21st century economic development potential? That UA’s 50, more 000+ graduate degree-holding alumni will contribute over $13 billion in value-added income to the state over their lifetimes? Learn more as Dr. David A. Francko, resuscitation Dean of the UA Graduate School and Chair of the Alabama Council of Graduate Deans narrates an eye-opening new video, capsule “How Graduate Education Builds the Knowledge Economy in Alabama.”


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