Graduate School News

Graduate Program Recruitment Fair July 7th

RS12835 Education Career Fair 2015 42Interested in Graduate education? Join the UAB Graduate School for the 2017 Graduate Program Recruitment Fair. You will not want to miss this.

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Meet the 2017 Say It In 6 winners

Nada AlAssiTell us your story in six words: that’s what UAB students were challenged to do for UAB Graduate School’s inaugural Say It In 6 competition. Meet the top three winners from the 2017 competition. Read more ...

Congratulations to UAB graduate students on national, school honors

uab honors week 2017Ninety-seven UAB graduate students who have received national and school level awards were recognized at the 2017 Honors Convocation ceremony March 30. Read more ...

Upcoming Events

GRD 721
Academic Interactions
3 credit hours
Instructor:Jonghee Shadix (jshadix@uab.edu)

Speaking and listening course for international graduate students, post doctoral fellows, and employees seeking to develop and further refine the English language skills necessary to interact effectively and confidently when speaking to one person or to a group.  Students will discover strategies for handling speaking tasks of increasing complexity, ranging from face-to-face conversations, to small group discussions, to professional presentations.  Students will also develop skills for handling challenging interactions, including expressing an opinion, agreeing and disagreeing, and adapting to high stakes situations such as job interviews.  Online course components will further promote the development of vocabulary, grammatical accuracy, and pronunciation.  Spring, Summer and Fall.  Pass/No Pass.

GRD 730
Developing Your Professional Image
3 credit hours  
Instructor: Dr. Kellie Carter (kcarter@uab.edu)

Build communication skills and learning strategies while exploring cultural values. Through small-group interaction, students learn to effectively discuss their opinions, organize effective talks, and analyze complex problems. This course prepares students for the kinds of communication expected in graduate school —participating in academic discussions; debating scholarly projects with colleagues; and delivering formal talks at professional meetings. Summer and Fall.  Pass/No Pass.