Professor Lourdes Sánchez-López published a new book, El mundo hispanohablante contemporáneo: historia, política, sociedades y culturas (Routledge, 2016) with co-author Professor Clara Mojica-Díaz (Tennessee State University).
Artists Merrilee Challiss and UAB professor of art Derek Cracco examine spirituality and religion through their featured work in New American Paintings.
Kasman, professor of piano, will be a soloist with Saratov Philharmonic Orchestra in the performance of Nikolai Medtner’s Piano Concerto No. 2 op. 50 on Sunday, Dec. 6.
Malcovery Security LLC — the Birmingham cyberintelligence company founded from technology developed at UAB — has been acquired by one of the fastest-growing privately owned companies in America, PhishMe Inc.
In Department of Government Professor Dr. Akhlaque Haque's new book “Surveillance, Transparency, & Democracy: Public Administration in the Information Age,” he explores how information technology can influence decision making by public policy leaders.
Joining the likes of Bono and Bill Clinton, UAB space archaeologist Sarah Parcak — often called the real-life Indiana Jones — will receive $1 million and help from the TED network to make her world-changing wish come true. What will her wish be?
When Egyptologist Sarah Parcak is not in a classroom at UAB, the pioneer of satellite remote sensing for archaeology is finding sites around the world from space and helping others follow her lead.
Across campus, UAB students, faculty and staff are engaged in partnerships that are offering opportunity and healing for veterans, and helping to prepare and protect those who serve in harm’s way.
UAB Department of Anthropology chair Douglas P. Fry was presented with the 2015 Peace Educator/Scholar award by the Peace and Justice Studies Association on Saturday, Oct. 17, at James Madison University in Virginia.
Sarah Parcak, Ph.D., associate professor in the Department of Anthropology, has been selected to receive the Capo Circeo Award.
Study examining innovative rehabilitation therapy developed at UAB offers free treatment to veterans and active-duty soldiers with TBI.
Dr. Eugenia Kharlampieva, an Associate Professor of polymer chemistry and nanomaterials in the Department of Chemistry, has been elected president of the UAB Sigma Xi chapter.
UAB English Assistant Professor Adam Vines and Las Vegas aerialist and writer Allen Jih combine their talent for a new project.
Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures Assistant Professor Malinda Blair O’Leary became the College of Arts and Sciences’ first instructor to have their online course certified by Quality Matters.
Dr. Nicole Riddle, this year’s Named New Investigator for the UAB Nutrition Obesity Research Center (NORC) uses her new distinction to uncover the secret of cells.
Anatole France, the poet and novelist, once complained that “life is too short, and Proust is too long.”UAB professor emeritus and renowned Marcel Proust scholar William Carter, Ph.D., clearly doesn’t agree. 
Nitesh Saxena, Ph.D., has been awarded two grants in 2015 from the National Science Foundation to continue his research in computer and network security.
What makes a student successful? Often it’s a faculty member, like Dr. David Hilton in the Department of Physics, who has guided undergraduates and graduate students to some prestigious awards and academic accomplishments.
Edited and annotated by leading Proust scholar William Carter, In the Shadow of Young Girls in Flower is the second volume of one of the twentieth century’s great literary triumphs.
Researchers from the Department of Computer and Information Sciences and the Center for Information Assurance and Joint Forensics Research have found that automated and human verification for voice-based user authentication systems are vulnerable to voice impersonation attacks.
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