Thirteen College of Arts and Sciences alumni were honored as members of the 2017 class of the  Excellence in Business Top 25 on Friday, June 23, at the UAB National Alumni Society House.

The UAB National Alumni Society has selected Dr. Catherine Daniélou, Senior Associate Dean in the College of Arts and Sciences, as its recipient of the 2017 Honorary Alumni Award.

Cameron Edgeworth, a Trussville, Alabama native and 2015 graduate in mass communications/broadcasting, recently flew into the eye of Hurricane Irma.

October 17, 2017

Risk Takers

From changing majors to changing sports, these former football players, cheerleaders, majorettes, and Blazerettes stepped outside their comfort zones and transformed their student experiences–and future careers.

Amanda Keller is the director of the Magic City Acceptance Center, an AIDS Outreach program designed to provide a safe and supportive space for LBGTQ youth.
This is Charles Coleman, of Birmingham, and UAB and the University of Haifa. He’s an Arabic speaker and filmmaker, and, a year later, he’ll be the first male in his family to graduate from college with a four-year degree.
For a few days in September, General Electric will use the ceiling of New York City’s Grand Central Station as a canvas to showcase the impressive accomplishments of women in scientific fields. Among them is Hadiyah-Nicole Green, Ph.D., a UAB alumna who graduated with a master’s degree in physics in 2009 and a doctorate in physics in 2012.
Two African American Studies students — an alumna and a senior — are participating in their dream internships this summer.
The awardees will be honored at a luncheon Friday, June 23, at the UAB National Alumni Society House.
The UAB Arts and Sciences Alumni Chapter hosted an Alumni Night at Regions Field for the UAB vs. Alabama baseball game on Tuesday, March 21, 2017.
March 28, 2017

Journeys of Hope

Alumni on the front lines of the world's refugee crisis.
The UAB Master of Public Administration (MPA) Program in the Department of Government held their annual MPA Alumni Awards Luncheon on Wednesday, March 1, 2017 at the UAB Alumni House. This event celebrates the outstanding accomplishments of the program’s alumni and students.
Woolley, a 2009 UAB graduate, is the conservation design manager for Birmingham’s Ruffner Mountain nature preserve.
Johnny E. Bates, M.D., a graduate of the Department of Mathematics, is a physician and the CEO and owner of Quality Correctional Health Care, Inc., which provides health care services in correctional settings.
Kourtney Cowart and Michael Shikany, who both graduated in December 2015 with degrees in Communication Studies, were honored with a Midsouth Regional Emmy for their documentary, “Ever Faithful—The Resurrection of UAB Football” at the 31st Annual awards ceremony on January 21, 2017.
Daisy Wong, Ph.D., Robert Maddox, J.D., Christina Richey, Ph.D., Charles Scribner and Marcus Newell were honored at the College of Arts and Sciences' annual Alumni Awards reception on Tuesday, January 24 at the UAB Alumni House.
December 05, 2016

2016 Alumni Awards

Congratulations to our 2016 Alumni Award winners. These accomplished individuals represent the values we champion in the College of Arts and Sciences: ethical and moral reasoning, the scientific method, cultural competency, communication, and confidence in the face of complexity.
Steven O'Dell, a graduate of the Department of Justice Sciences' Forensic Science graduate program, is chief of the Forensic Sciences and Evidence Management Division of the Baltimore Police Department.
Social and Behavioral Science for Health Professionals, written by Department of Sociology alumni Brian P. Hinote and Jason Adam Wasserman, has been published by Rowman & Littlefield. The book examines various social and behavioral factors that affect health and illness, with a particular focus on how these phenomena inform clinical practice. You can read more about the book on the publisher's website.
Michael Heaven's biotech business was hatched in a UAB lab, and accelerated by several UAB resources designed to fuel innovation on campus.
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