Two UAB students will travel to other institutions and take part in a research project as part of the Amgen Scholars program.
Joining SARA enables the university to expand access to online programs and open doors for more students to take classes at UAB.
Sophomore David Kovakas and freshman Dionna Walker will travel to Japan this summer to study abroad.
Elizabeth Bevan receives $15,000 award to continue marine research in pursuit of doctoral degree at UAB.
April 14, 2016
Sophomores Kevin Lee and Daniel Mendoza will study abroad at the American University in Dubai this summer.
The innate immune systems of plants and plant pathogens are in a biological arms race, and if plants lose, food sources may diminish. Mukhtar probes the genetics and molecular mechanisms of plant immunity.
UAB researchers use novel approach with historic film to discover just how endangered Kemp’s ridley sea turtles are.
Rebecca Massey, a sophomore biology major, plans to pair undergraduate student mentors from UAB with underprivileged high school students from Birmingham City Schools.
March 16, 2016
March 09, 2016
Published in Faculty Excellence
February 24, 2016
Twenty-one students who have established themselves as leaders and innovators will travel to California in April for additional mentoring and support for their projects.
January 28, 2016
January 14, 2016
December 02, 2015
An expected 2,607 students will graduate in summer/fall 2015. The commencement ceremonies will take place at 9:30 a.m. and 2 p.m. in Bartow Arena.
New research from UAB’s Department of Biology shows how one species can fully support the development of another species in a sustainable system.
September 28, 2015
September 23, 2015
To learn the secrets of healthy aging, Steven Austad consults the experts: 500-year-old clams, 200-year-old fish, and other ancient animals. His studies reveal aging’s molecular mechanisms, which could help humans live longer and healthier. Get his advice on healthy aging, and discover how a new UAB research center will launch an age of discovery.
Published in Focus on Patient Care
September 18, 2015
An interdisciplinary effort among the College of Arts and Sciences and several schools across campus results in a $2.5 million grant.
UAB research shows that phytoplankton, the foundation of all marine life, will experience varied growth rates due to ocean acidification levels during the next century.