On August 31, 2017, the Student Social Work Organization (SSWO) participated in the Student Involvement Fair hosted by UAB Student Involvement and Leadership.
The classroom is a place to explore the history of the city’s ore-mining operations, as well as geology, biodiversity, and other natural resources, and get some exercise and find adventure. The Department of Anthropology has contributed resources and volunteers.
On August 26, 2017, three Student Social Work Organization (SSWO) officers volunteered to help on the Freshmen Move-In Day.
On May 22, 2017, Walter Maddox was sworn in for his fourth term as Tuscaloosa’s 36th Mayor. You are invited to hear him speak at UAB on "Crisis Leadership: Public Service during Times of Distress."
In the wake of violent protests in Charlottesville, Virginia, Tina Kempin Reuter, Ph.D., director of the UAB Institute for Human Rights offers some practical tips on how to confront hate.
UAB Department of Art and Art History students and faculty will help the students bring their one-of-a-kind designs to life during two workshops. The shoes will be auctioned at the Growing Kings Chucks & Tux fundraiser.
Social work students served a meal at First Light shelter in Birmingham on Valentine's Day. Students in Dr. Moak's Human Behavior in the Social Environment class partnered with other community members to provide the meal for the day.
"Stand as One: Empowering Marginalized Voices in Birmingham” will bring individuals and groups throughout Birmingham together to address common challenges to make Birmingham a strong and inclusive community.
AB and the Birmingham Civil Rights Institute will host “A Dialogue on Civility and Decoding Activism in the 21st Century” from 6-8 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 19, at UAB’s Heritage Hall.
Are you a high school student ready to prove your hunting, digital forensics, web application security, cryptography, and binary exploitation skills? Do you know three other students ready to do the same? Then you should enter the 2017 Blazer42 Capture the Flag Scholarship Competition for qualified high school computer science teams.
The State of Alabama High School Programming Contest, hosted by UAB, is now open to all Alabama high school and middle school students.
UAB's Institute for Human Rights will host “The Refugee Crisis in the Mediterranean,” a panel discussion that is free and open to the public, Wednesday, Nov. 16, at 6 p.m. in the UAB Hill Student Center Alumni Theater, 1400 University Blvd.
“Corrections” will air every Saturday at 7:30 a.m. for the next seven weeks on Birmingham radio station WJLD.
A study led by Department of Social Work Assistant Professor D. Scott Batey is using community-based participatory research to find relationships between community environments and health outcomes for people living with HIV.
Recent recruits in the Department of Anthropology and the UAB Institute for Human Rights are bringing innovative thinking and global perspectives to UAB’s education and research in peace studies.
Each year, The Bell Center invites artists to collaborate with the center’s students and create a work of art that commemorates the graduating class. This year’s legacy piece was a collage of the young graduates’ first initials.
A UAB faculty member and an alumna help teens see a future in computer science.
Dr. Lisa Baker, Associate Professor of Social Work, was recently appointed to the Vestavia Hills Board of Education.
Supraja "Sippy" Sridhar launched the campus organization Donor to Diner to give students a way to help peers struggling with food insecurity.
Summa cum laude graduate John Wesley Chancellor has been selected to serve in the Peace Corps, joining others from UAB in a longstanding tradition of involvement in the program.
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