Giving to Advanced Safety and Engineering Management

The Master of Engineering with a concentration in Advanced Safety and Engineering Management and UAB's School of Engineering could not do what we do without your support. Traditional revenues such as tuition, fees, federal grants, and state funds provide for daily work, but they often vary with the level of state revenues and enrollments. Gifts from you create a secure, concrete foundation for our future success. They benefit not only students and faculty but also the community as a whole.

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The Campaign for UAB

ASEM is excited to participate in the largest and most comprehensive campaign in UAB's history. The Campaign for UAB: Give Something, Change Everything will have a scope and impact that will extend well beyond our campus and has the potential to create long-lasting, positive change. When you make a donation to UAB, you can choose to donate directly to Advanced Safety and Engineering Management, the College, or the University as a whole.

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Other Ways of Supporting ASEM

Donations of time and talent, will assist us in advancing the knowledge of ASEM students and their ability to help minimize risk and protect a progressive company’s triple bottom line — people, planet, and profits.

Time

  • Publicize the program to employees, co-workers, and other safety, health and environmental professionals, and encourage them to apply.
  • Mentor program participants in applying their new knowledge in the workplace.
  • Write recommendations for qualified ASEM applicants.

Talent

  • Facilitate online discussion forums.
  • Provide special lectures.
  • Submit real-life case studies on safety, health and environmental related topics, such as:
    • industrial and environmental disasters
    • intrapreneurial success and failure
    • hazard analysis and risk assessment
    • "acceptable" risk
    • safety standards (the mandatory minimum vs. the voluntary best practice)
    • safety as a cost control strategy
    • a comprehensive, advanced safety program
    • conflicts of interest
    • ethical dilemmas
    • whistle blowing
    • the engineering hierarchy of controls
    • shaping public policy
    • technical communications during code red situations

Contact Us

For more information about giving opportunities, contact Donny Burke, Ph.D. (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 205-975-3891).