UAB student affiliates of the American Chemical Society will host Mad Scientist Day Junior for elementary and middle school children.

Theatre UAB will present the musical comedy “Hairspray,” fast-paced, family-friendly, filled with fantastic costumes and featuring a cast of 28 actors, April 11-15.

Works by 17 students will be on display. A free closing reception is from 5-7 p.m. Friday, April 27.
BlazerCon is Good Games UAB’s major event of the year, with tournaments, guest speakers, arcade cabinets, vendors and more.

Join us Wednesday, April 18, for a Jemison Visiting Professorship in the Humanities lecture by Dr. Nancy MacLean. Her most recent book, about which she will speak, is Democracy in Chains.

Veteran Colombia observer Michael J. LaRosa, Ph.D., explains how Colombians recently succeeded in brokering an unprecedented peace agreement between their government and its enemies.

Author John Thabiti Willis will discuss masquerading traditions in the West African town of Otta.
UAB art faculty will open their studios and give free art demonstrations.
Social justice issues take spotlight in film series discussion for UAB and Birmingham community.
From Alabama’s only bhangra/Bollywood dance competition to an outdoor concert with Red Baraat, explore India’s arts, food and culture.

The Department of Political Science and Public Administration Politics and Lecture Series presents "Moving Birmingham Forward with Mayor Randall L. Woodfin."

Kenneth Broberg was silver medalist at the 15th Van Cliburn International Piano Competition.

You are invited to hear Dr. Anthony Minnema of Samford University talk about representing the Crusades in the 21st Century, followed by a screening and discussion of "Kingdom of Heaven."

The film, focused on the American women's suffrage movement, will be screened at 6 p.m. Tuesday, March 6.

These annual awards highlight the diverse talents, professional accomplishments, and community service of our alumni.

Anthony Ray Hinton, who spent nearly 30 years on death row before being exonerated in 2015, will speak at UAB on March 1.
Lectures include cultivating compassion, the history of race and society in Nazi Germany and the Jim Crow South, and helping children in war-affected communities.
Hear two world premieres by composers Matthew Scott Phillips and Tom Reiner, and see works by photographer David Levinthal.

UAB's African American Studies Program is hosting a number of events, and all are welcome to participate.

The UAB College of Arts and Sciences is pleased to again offer campus-wide training to junior faculty planning to apply for a National Science Foundation (NSF) CAREER Award.

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