Ten senior faculty members from the Bangladesh Public Administration Training Centre (BPATC) came to UAB for an intensive three-week training program centered around building leadership skills in the public sector.

In the college piano competition, junior Zoe Willis won the upper division and sophomore Mira Walker won the lower division.
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Films from student and amateur filmmakers from around Alabama will be screened April 10.
With deliriously tuneful songs, big musical numbers, a huge cast and colorful costumes, “Hairspray” celebrates the ’60s and equality.
Faculty and students in the Department of Art and Art History will lead the design workshops.
The public will have an opportunity for a Q-and-A with the actress at 4 p.m. Sunday, April 1.

Dr. John Thabiti Willis will take a close look at masquerade traditions in the West African town of Otta in Yoruba, and two renowned Hip Hop scholars will offers comments and insights.

More than 80 works created by University of Alabama at Birmingham students were selected by guest juror Virginia Griswold for the 42nd annual Juried Student Exhibition
UAB criminal justice students and faculty explore the factors shaping neighborhood evolution and share potential solutions for communities at risk.
This collection of plays delves into the universal challenges of relationships and the power of love with both humor and heartbreak.
The true story of astronomer Henrietta Leavitt, who discovered how to measure the universe and changed the field of astronomy.
Keynote speaker Meryl Bailey will speak about cultural heritage, art and the law.
A UAB alumna and director of the Ada Long Creative Writing Workshop won the 2017 Philip Levine Prize for Poetry.
John Strohm, a music technology grad, says he owes a debt of gratitude to UAB and his professors for “making it easy to find my way on this professional journey.”

This course will cover four major social movements involving African Americans and the protest speeches, sermons, and songs given by women and men from the Black Church and beyond.

New performances have been announced for spring 2018 by the University of Alabama at Birmingham College of Arts and Sciences’ Department of Music.

Birmingham Neighborhood Studies explores the visual and material culture, history, and urban development of four Birmingham neighborhoods in transition.

An annual tradition since 2001, the concert features hundreds of singers as the UAB choirs and Trumpet Ensemble are joined by area high school choirs and the Steel City Men’s Chorus.

The University of Alabama at Birmingham Gospel Choir will present its 22nd anniversary concert, and bid farewell to founding director Kevin P. Turner, on Monday, Nov. 13.

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