Identifying a stable outlook and UAB’s very strong enterprise and financial profile, S&P Global Ratings has raised its rating on various series of general revenue bonds issued by The University of Alabama System Board of Trustees on behalf of UAB.
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Longtime VP for Research and Economic Development Richard B. Marchase, Ph.D., plans to retire at the end of 2016. During his tenure, UAB annual research expenditures grew from $331 million to $510 million.
The undergraduates answered questions on everything from disease outbreaks to community health as they competed against 13 teams from across the country.
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Joining SARA enables the university to expand access to online programs and open doors for more students to take classes at UAB.
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MBA/MPH dual-degree program aims to equip public health professionals with business savvy.
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Public Health Week kicks off at UAB with address from Jefferson County Health Department.
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UAB statistician and multi-institution team discuss common statistical errors in obesity research and how to avoid them.
The 12th annual Glenwood Endowed Lecture to focus on “Next Generation Treatment for Autism Spectrum Disorders: From Mitochondria to Music.”
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Annual symposium address issues in workers’ safety, focusing on temporary workers.
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Eleven UAB students have been selected as a part of the inaugural class of Alabama Schweitzer Fellows.
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Opportunities provided for students to problem solve, communicate and educate on public health issues.
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WBRC FOX6 News special report “The Prison’s Professors,” a documentary exploring the history of UAB’s Donaldson Lecture Series, will be screened Thursday, April 7, at the Hill Student Center.
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Several UAB programs ranked among the nation’s top 20 in 2017 edition of U.S. News & World Report’s “Best Graduate Schools.”
Published in Faculty Excellence
Public health graduate students Neha Kaushik and Sagar Kaushik, along with Esha Kaushik, senior in psychology, siblings originally from Weston, Connecticut, are supporting the education and medical aid of women in underprivileged areas of India through the nonprofit organization One Life at a Time.
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When Ramon Jeter was in grade school, his mother would pack extra food in his lunchbox, “just in case there was a child who did not have anything to eat for lunch,” he recalled.
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Seth Borgstede, a junior in public health, plans to combat a major cause of death in children in the southern African nation of Mozambique: dehydration.
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Sean McMahon, a senior in public health, and Aarin Palomares, a senior in public health and a fifth-year Master of Public Health student, want to decrease infection rates associated with lack of sanitary feminine hygiene products and create economic opportunity for women living in a refugee camp in Turkey.
Published in Student Experience
Remember the basics of water safety as you head to the pool, lake and beach.
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Experts take an in-depth look into a favorite college pastime by understanding the dangers and risks of alcohol.
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Middle aged and older workers at higher risk for cardiovascular health in some jobs.
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