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.

Bajuyo will discuss her visual research and studio practice and work with students to install a sculpture made of discarded compact discs.
Clarinetists of all ages are invited March 3-4 to participate in the 16th annual UAB Clarinet Symposium.
Hear the world premiere of "The Beautiful Confusion" by Wilco drummer Glenn Kotche, commissioned by the Alys Stephens Center.
February 08, 2018

Social Work Career Day

Students interested in the field of social work are encouraged to attend Social Work Career Day.

Students can put their computer programming skills to the test and compete for cash prizes and other rewards.
January 29, 2018

UAB Tech Challenge

The The UAB Tech Challenge High School Programming Contest brings talented students from high schools throughout Alabama to demonstrate their programming skills and problem solving abilities.

On February 1, 2018, The African American Studies Program and the Black Student Awareness Committee will host Damon Young, acclaimed writer and speaker.

Lear about the case of Caliph Washington, an Alabama man whose case went unknown until written about by Dr. Jonathan Bass. While Washington’s Jim Crow tragedy persisted for decades he eventually beat the system, won his release, and turned terror into triumph.

The University of Alabama at Birmingham Gospel Choir will present its 22nd anniversary concert, and bid farewell to founding director Kevin P. Turner, on Monday, Nov. 13.

Performers will “Sound the Trumpets” for a light-hearted romp through the history of the trumpet at the University of Alabama at Birmingham on Sunday, Nov. 12.

American workers are the stars of Theatre UAB’s newest production, “Working,” with performances Nov. 8-11 and Nov. 15-18 at the University of Alabama at Birmingham.

What does peace look like? Participants in the Peace and Justice Studies Association annual conference at the University of Alabama at Birmingham to be held Oct. 25-29 will endeavor to picture peace for a community project, “RE/Present Peace.”

Peace scholars, educators, and activists from around the world will gather at the University of Alabama at Birmingham from Oct. 25-28 for the 2017 Peace and Justice Studies Association Annual Meeting.

October 11, 2017

National Day on Writing

The Professional Writing Club at UAB will be hosting a table event for the National Day on Writing in front of the Mervyn H. Sterne Library from 11:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. on October 20. The event will focus on writing and its importance in everyday and professional situations.

Social Work faculty, staff, students, and alumni are invited to stop by and say hello at the Homecoming 2017 Blazer Village.

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