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What's new at UAB this week? Two coaches cast a long shadow on campus, physicists work to improve on perfection and UAB artist-in-residence Eric Essix literally took all his jazz hands for a ride around town. See it all in one video. Catch up in about a minute.
It's time for finals at UAB, and one of our students reveals her favorite places to study — and why.
UAB’s 100 Gbps Internet connection helps entrepreneurs and students at Innovation Depot accelerate their success.
The program, offered on campus and online, gives students instructional strategies needed to become effective K-12 reading specialists.
UAB Comprehensive Cancer Center’s Patient Care Connect Program received a distinguished Innovator Award from the Association of Community Cancer Centers for providing stellar cancer care with cost savings.
More than 1,500 students will graduate this fall, including 83 who will receive the university’s highest degrees. An estimated 700 will walk in the commencement ceremony.
UAB has a new, quick way to learn about what’s happening on campus. Watch "UAB This Week" every Friday morning for the latest stories you need to know.
Educators, literacy experts and nationally renowned authors will address increasing literacy and improving literacy efforts in schools.
The yearlong ACDD project will train more than 200 USAF security forces and first responders to recognize and respond to people with autism or other developmental disabilities.
John Paul Jones Hospital, a 60-year veteran health care facility in Camden, Alabama, is in talks with the UAB Health System regarding a management agreement.
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