It was a grand day for the Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures at the UAB EXPO 2016.
Dr. Lisa Baker, Associate Professor of Social Work, was recently appointed to the Vestavia Hills Board of Education.
Cristin Gavin, Ph.D., Co-Director of the UAB Undergraduate Neuroscience Program and Assistant Professor in the Department of Neurobiology, has been selected as the recipient of a National Academic Advising Association award.
The UAB College of Arts and Sciences congratulates Drs. Wendy Gunther Canada and Erika Hille Rinker on being named as this year’s recipients of the Provost’s Awards for Faculty Excellence.
John Maddox was a 2015-2016 Faculty Fellow in Engaged Scholarship. He attended a year of workshops on Service Learning, and he will incorporate this training into his May Mini-Term 2016 Spanish and Service Learning trip to Puerto Rico.
Professor of Art History Heather McPherson was named the recipient of the 2016 Annibel Jenkins Prize for the best article on the subject of theatre and performance history in the 18th Century.
Doug Barrett, associate professor of graphic design in the Department of Art and Art History, is the recipient of the 2016 UAB President’s Award for Excellence in Teaching. Dr. Alison Chapman, professor and chair of the Department of English, is the recipient of the Odessa Woolfolk Community Service Award.
Dr. Nicole C. Riddle, assistant professor in the Department of Biology, has won a National Science Foundation CAREER Award.
Chapman’s new works were inspired by the 108 days the family spent waiting for his daughter’s heart transplant. Also featured are works made by his daughter and her fellow pediatric heart patients as they awaited organ transplants.
Students and faculty in the UAB African American Studies Program have been recognized for their achievements this semester.
Cristin Gavin, Ph.D., a Co-Director of the UAB Undergraduate Neuroscience Program and Assistant Professor in the Department of Neurobiology, has been named as a recipient of a 2016 UAB Outstanding Academic Advising Award.
Human cloning is a hotly debated topic in ethics, covered even in movies and television shows like Orphan Black. Little attention has been paid to emotional reactions to this issue, which could shed light on why human cloning is so contested.
Jessie Dunbar, Ph.D., an assistant professor in the Department of English, has received a six-month Career Enhancement Fellowship from the Woodrow Wilson Foundation.
Two-hour special, “Vikings Unearthed,” featuring UAB professor Sarah Parcak will premier online Monday, April 4, and will broadcast Wednesday, April 6, on PBS.
Robert Blanton, a professor in the Department of Government, helps students understand human trafficking as a global problem perpetuated by numerous complex factors.
Gregory Pence, Ph.D., international expert on the ethics of human cloning, discusses the science behind the hit TV show, when it gets the science right and when it doesn’t.
The fellowship will help further the completion of the first study, bilingual edition of a centuries old legal case.
The innate immune systems of plants and plant pathogens are in a biological arms race, and if plants lose, food sources may diminish. Mukhtar probes the genetics and molecular mechanisms of plant immunity.
Colin Davis, chair of the Department of History, has been elected to the Executive Committee of the Labor and Working Class History Association.
Recordings by UAB Department of Music faculty James Zingara and Gene Fambrough are available to purchase; Zingara’s CD includes two compositions by William Price.
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