Aseel Dib, senior in neuroscience and chemistry and Mallack Jaber, senior in neuroscience, will work with student organizations at UAB to engage in dialogue about issues of Islamaphobia and xenophobia in Birmingham.
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.
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.
Anisha Das, senior in neuroscience, plans to enlist UAB student volunteers to serve as personalized computer skills tutors for residents of Birmingham’s Highland Manor assisted-living facility.

Armand Fernandez, a junior in health-related programs, wants to establish a fast, free and discreet condom-delivery service to UAB students living in residence halls.
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.
Rebecca Massey, a sophomore biology major, plans to pair undergraduate student mentors from UAB with underprivileged high school students from Birmingham City Schools.
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.
Aileen Jong, senior in philosophy, Michelle Nguyen, senior in neuroscience, and Clara Wan, senior in biology, are bringing attention to a little-discussed issue: menstrual hygiene management.
Remember the basics of water safety as you head to the pool, lake and beach.
The UAB Department of Music’s Jazz Summit is perfect for young musicians in grades nine-12, while the Percussion Symposium is ideal for percussionists of any age. Registration is open now.
UAB’s School of Health of Professions student Kevin McIntyre has placed third in the Richard J. Stull Student Essay Competition in Healthcare Management.
UAB joins with leading Parkinson’s disease organizations for a Birmingham conference.
To participate, drop off your tax-deductible donations of clean suits, jackets, skirts, shirts, dresses, casual pants, formal prom dresses, shoes, handbags, accessories and toiletries at any of several campus locations.
The graduating class of the UAB School of Medicine finds out where they will do their residencies and in what field on Match Day, March 18.
Yelp’s Fire and Ice will feature live music, food vendors from around the city, beer pairings, giveaways and more.
Experts take an in-depth look into a favorite college pastime by understanding the dangers and risks of alcohol.
Emmy and Tony award-winning actress and singer Kristin Chenoweth will perform for the ASC’s biggest fundraiser of the year. The gala also kicks off the Alys Stephens Center’s new 20th anniversary season.
Springing forward with daylight saving time may increase your risk of having a heart attack if you have a history of heart disease.
Nonverbal communication expert Mark Hickson, Ph.D., offers insight into the gestures and facial expressions displayed by presidential candidates during recent debates.
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