Tamesha Duesbury, a Fulbright Scholar pursuing her Master’s of Science in Criminal Justice, is the first Barbadian student at UAB.

Six students will travel abroad to study, teach or conduct research for the 2018-2019 academic year.
The awards are for Samantha Richardson’s work for the Fountain Heights community, which she completed as a student.
Three students will spend the summer studying in China, South Korea and India.

Five UAB students majoring in music technology have successfully passed the Avid Pro Tools certification exam.

The Department of Sociology recognizes our 2018 honors award recipients.

Molly Clay has not let dyslexia impede her success. She maintains a spot on the dean’s list while balancing a job and participation in multiple campus organizations.

Pryor found that, even though she had earned her associate’s degree in 2008, “there were certain jobs I couldn’t apply for without a bachelor’s degree.”

UAB PRCA/PRSSA swept the annual Public Relations Council of Alabama conference with a total of 41 awards.
UAB Communication Studies major Carla “The Truth” Youngblood turned a devastating medical diagnosis into motivation and comedic material.

Laila-Rose Hudson is the UAB Political Science Program’s Outstanding Student for 2018.

Students excel at statewide competition focused on science research.

Several of our students have been recognized for outstanding research and academics.

A group of social work students who went to Kenya this spring break for study abroad presented their experiences at UAB's Spring EXPO.

Caroline Wood, a social work honors student, presented a poster on her research project titled "Prevalence and Predictors of Antiretoviral Medication Non-Adherence among HIV/HCV Co-infected Patients in Clinical Care."

The Department of Biology recognized a number of undergraduate and graduate students at its 2018 Spring Awards Ceremony and Luncheon on April 12.

The UAB Department of Social Work celebrated Social Work Month with students and their families. Grace Dugger, SW Alumni Society President, was the keynote speaker.

“There’s so much work being done here at UAB that it can be easy to miss,” Morgan says. “It’s great to be able to highlight the different ways that staff and students and faculty are addressing and promoting sustainability on campus.”

At the UAB Spring Expo, Agan will present his research on “peace systems,” which his mentor, Douglas Fry, Ph.D., defines as “clusters of neighboring societies that do not make war with one another.”

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