The publication highlights individuals from across the state who have made a lasting impact on communities and individuals in Alabama and around the world. The 2014 calendar will mark the fourth year AT&T Alabama has led this initiative, which provides educators, parents and visitors a method of identifying African American role models for youth, as it honors notable African American achievers with ties to Alabama. Calendar honorees of 2014 represent a wide variety of fields, including education, community activism, civil rights, local government, law, medicine and music.
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Hossain was a math and philosophy double major and garnered a long list of achievements, including Mr. UAB. He was a Teach for America Rising Leader, member of UAB’s award-winning Ethics Bowl team, Goldwater Scholar and finalist for the prestigious Rhodes Scholarship.
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Each winner received a $2,500 scholarship and will represent UAB, the UAB National Alumni Society and the UAB Student Alumni Society at events throughout the year and serve as spokespeople. First alternates Andrew Eubanks and Sarah Terry received $1,000 scholarships.