Senior Johnathon Lyons and junior Nole Jones won at the Southeastern Regional National Association of Teachers of Singing auditions and will compete in nationals in June.
UAB’s Chiasera cited as an emerging university leader by being named Fellow of the American Council on Education.
Early palliative care offers statistically beneficial effects on patient survival and family caregiver burden, according to articles published in the Journal of Clinical Oncology.
Through international fellowships to study HIV in Kenya, Anna Joy Rogers and Nate Rogers complemented their UAB education with invaluable experience.
Coach Jerod Haase has signed a new, six-year agreement worth $1 million in annual compensation. “Our recruits and their families can rest assured that I will be at UAB for the long-term future,” Haase said. “Today’s commitment by the administration is a strong statement that UAB wants to be great in basketball.”
Campus enhancements taking shape as construction progresses for new facilities and outdoor spaces.
On “Wallflower,” Krall has recorded a collection of songs from the 1960s to today. This show is expected to sell out; a limited number of tickets are still available.
“Avenue Q” is hilarious, irreverent and definitely not for children. “Muppet”-style puppets, alongside human actors, star in this sweetly satiric coming-of-age parable.
Dr. Gregory G. Davis, chief medical examiner of Jefferson County in Alabama and a professor at the University of Alabama at Birmingham, also described a significantly limited supply of medical examiners nationwide. He estimated there are between 400 and 450 forensic pathologists across the country, and that ideally there should be 800 to 900 medical examiners to handle the workload.