Inspiring Students

  • Kevin Scriber

    Picture of Kevin Scriber. Kevin Scriber is a native of Washington D.C. and earned his undergraduate degree, a B.S. in Biology, from Norfolk State University in 2010. During undergrad Kevin participated in several summer internships with the National Institutes of Health and volunteered as a peer mentor in Biology. Continuing his studies, Kevin enrolled in the Master’s of Science Biology program at the University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB) in 2011. Kevin earned the prestigious Alabama Louis Stoke Minority Participation (ALSAMP) Bridge to Doctorate Fellowship in 2011 and has won second place at the ALSAMP Spring Conference and Poster Competition (2012). Upon graduation in Summer 2013, Kevin plans to pursue the Ph.D. in Biology, hopefully at UAB. 

    Kevin Scriber on education and the Civil Rights movement



     
  • Hadiyah-Nicole Green

    Photo of Hadiyah-Nicole Green. The St. Louis, Missouri native, Hadiyah-Nicole Green, graduated with honors from University City High School in 1999.  On full academic scholarship for four years, Dr. Green graduated with honors from Alabama A&M University with a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Physics with a minor in Mathematics in 2003.  Dr. Green began her career in the Physics Doctoral Program at The University of Alabama at Birmingham with the vision of using lasers to treat cancer in a manner that is more localized and less devastating than chemotherapy and radiation. As of May 12, 2012, Hadiyah-Nicole Green is the 2nd African American woman and the 4th African American to receive a Ph.D. in Physics in the history of The University of Alabama at Birmingham.