Traci Bratton

Traci Bratton

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The Department of Art and Art History faculty and alumni exhibition will be on show Aug. 11-Sept. 22 at the AEIVA, with a free reception on Aug. 29.
Studdard & Hathaway -- or if you prefer, Hathaway & Studdard -- are doing just fine as solo artists. A 95-minute concert at the Alys Stephens Center proved, however, that they'd be classy and charismatic as full-scale duet partners.
The "very exciting" findings open new doors to the treatment of co-infected patients, commented Turner Overton, MD, of the University of Alabama at Birmingham.
“Banks don’t like to hold large amounts of real estate simply because that’s not really the business they are in,” said Andreas Rauterkus, associate professor at the University of Alabama at Birmingham. “However, it took banks a long time to lower the holdings to avoid major hits to their balance sheets and capital."
“People are more willing to take action to become prepared after they see neighbors that have experienced a disaster or when they’ve experienced it themselves,” said Lisa McCormick, author of the study and an assistant professor in the UAB’s School of Public Health.
Today is Nelson Mandela International Day, as declared by the United Nations, and the dean of The University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB) College of Arts and Sciences is urging all students, staff and faculty in his college and on the entire campus to take part in this tribute to the late South African president and human-rights leader by doing some volunteer work.
African elephants in captivity are packing on the pounds, and experts warn that the rise in obesity is contributing to infertility, which could be detrimental to the survival of the species in zoos.
The University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB) is halfway to reaching the $1 billion goal of its current fundraising drive, the largest in the history of the school, and officials say the money raised will benefit the city and region, not just the campus.
The stakes in the Halbig case are a "big deal," since government statistics show that 94% of those using the federally run exchanges had a subsidized premium, Michael Morrisey, PhD, director of the Lister Hill Center for Health Policy at the University of Alabama at Birmingham, told MedPage Today in an email. "The absence of subsidies in the 26 federal-default states would lead to substantial reductions in purchased coverage in those states."
“I just like to over-exaggerate certain features. I think it’s just my style. Her head is a little bit bigger and her legs are a little bit shorter than what you would find on an actual zonkey,” said Stacey Holloway, the artist who created Xena. But Xena’s changing expression was completely an accident, according to Holloway, a visiting assistant professor of sculpture at UAB in Birmingham.
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