Walk, jog or run the 2-mile course that weaves through campus and Railroad Park, and stay for the Post-Walk Party at Dowdy Field.
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The School of Education’s CAEP-accredited programs include undergraduate and graduate tracks in educator preparation, counselor education, teacher leadership and educational leadership.
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High school students will be introduced to life at UAB and career options with exciting hands-on learning opportunities that reinforce academic skills.
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Four undergraduate students have been named to the first honors class citing of their outstanding academic achievements.
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School of Education professor takes first place in tennis tournament that supports UAB research.
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Aspiring teachers get schooled in the possibilities that college offers.
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His expertise includes positive clinical psychology, strength-based resilience, post-traumatic growth, multicultural psychotherapy and positive education.
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The University of Alabama System Board of Trustees approve new endowments, promotions and programs during its Feb. 7 meeting.
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A UAB professor offers a checklist for safe play at indoor playgrounds.

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UAB experts share tips on making physical activity fun this summer.

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As the number of children with autism increases, a UAB professor offers tips for parents new to its world.
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The 16-week program consists of bike riding and treadmill walking, as well as four overnight stays.

The award is for a member who demonstrates excellence in his or her clinical practice.

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UAB wellness expert says 70 percent of the leading health problems affecting Americans could be improved by behavior modifications.
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Are sports-crazed parents driving their kids to drop the ball? One UAB professor says maybe so.

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A longer Achilles tendon generates more power, leading to greater energy efficiency and possible performance gains.

September 29, 2010

Sims named top educator

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