UAB biologist Charles Amsler to join NSF’s Antarctic Organisms and Ecosystems (AOE) program as a rotator for the Division of Polar Programs (POLAR).

School of Engineering master's programs ranked by U.S. News & World Report

The awards fund first-year medical students for an eight-week session in scholarly research.

Alumni were honored with awards for their service and dedication to nursing.

UAB launches Malcovery; new company detects cyber threats, neutralizes attacks, minimizes losses for groups in danger of malware attackers.

A four-week daily summer camp engaging girls in hands-on projects in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM).

The workshop will help raise awareness of the effects of depression on women, their children and their communities.

A joint admissions program will allow eligible students access to a wealth of multi-campus resources, mentorships and scholarship funds.

Robert E. Palazzo, Ph.D., former UAB College of Arts and Sciences interim dean has been named CAS dean.

With warmer weather come opportunities to wear shorts and swimsuits, and many focus on weight loss; these diet and exercise tips from experts can help.
Ballroom-dance intervention seeks to improve health, relationships for women with reproductive cancers and their partners – participants receive free dance lessons.

Waguespack has been in private practice in Birmingham for more than three decades prior to coming to UAB.

Chaffin calls the UAB Campus Green her favorite transformational project.

Carver High’s electric car was built by 10 students using 188 man hours over three weeks, with the help of undergraduate students from UAB.

After beginning his theater career at UAB while still in high school, Corner’s Kevin Allinder is now graduating and moving forward to grad school.

Tickets are on sale now for shows including Josh Ritter, “Hayseed Project,” Lyle Lovett, Black Jacket Symphony and more this summer.

UAB’s Alys Stephens Performing Arts Center summer season 2013 calendar.

New UAB School of Medicine position will strengthen UAB’s commitment to training a healthcare workforce reflective of Alabama’s needs.

A graphic design student has made her schoolwork “work” for her, as she graduates and starts her own small business with good taste and big dreams.

The goal of the run is to raise funds to support the Children’s of Alabama Center for Weight Management.

Distraction by a dog while driving may be worse for older drivers, according to research from UAB.

The 2013 Top University Sales Programs award recognizes schools that are preparing students for professional sales careers.

The Bachelor of Science in Information Systems and Master of Science in Management Information Systems are now offered completely online.

The UAB Genetic Counseling Graduate Program is a collaborative program to provide educational and clinical training in genetic counseling.

The Diabetes Research Center (DRC) focuses on developing new methods to treat, prevent and ultimately cure diabetes and its complications.

The center is a world leader in creating and using knowledge that will optimize function, enhance management of illness and improve health for older adults.

Robert “Bob” E. McMains will assume the role of UAB chief facilities officer on June 17, 2013.

Students who have won prestigious national honors, fellowships, scholarships, university awards and service awards will be honored May 7.

50 Years Forward is a partnership among city officials, businesses, nonprofits and universities to commemorate the seminal events of the U.S. Civil Rights Movement.

More than 2,789 students will graduate from UAB this spring, and many will celebrate at the university’s commencement and doctoral hooding ceremonies.
April 30, 2013

Ivey named AANP Fellow

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The mission of the AANP is to lead nurse practitioners in transforming patient centered health care.

Sontheimer’s presentation will be entitled “Glioma: A Neurocentric Look at Cancer.”

The organization consists of educators and advocates with a mission to exchange information, explore innovation and advocate for children.

The manual provides practical information on how to plan, implement and evaluate a pedestrian safety program.

A UAB study links the Mediterranean diet to better memory.

UAB class designed to produce marketable solutions now; engineering and business students collaborate to commercialize product creations.

Gill and Grant will perform together for the ASC’s biggest fundraiser of the year, benefiting programs and arts education and outreach.

UAB partners with Birmingham businesses to provide job opportunities.

Neurosurgical injuries following the April 2011 Alabama tornadoes tended to be spinal, not head or neck injuries in adults, but the opposite in children, according to UAB researchers.

Children and teens living in the Stroke Belt states are at about twice as much risk of stroke later on in life according to new findings from the REGARDS study.

Through his work at the 1917 Clinic, he has participated in several research projects that have been published in scientific journals.

April 23, 2013

Holland named to national board

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The association’s mission is to assure the provision of quality health care to women of all ages by nurse practitioners.

The ADEA Leadership Institute will prepare Fellows for expanded roles in their institutions and the profession.

This award will provide support for Walker to serve as a visiting professor for up to six weeks at a foreign nursing school, twice, over the next five years.

Geriatric patients treated in a specialized Acute Care for Elders (ACE) unit get top notch care at lower cost, says new UAB study.

The Green and Gold Fund is managed solely by UAB students.

M. Jacob Baggott will oversee new student health initiative to include primary care, counseling services and health promotion.

A new residence hall and a consolidated student health center are planned for UAB’s campus.

Al-Farhan, an international studies major with a double minor in Spanish and communications raises awareness about anti-migrant legislation.

The fifth annual multidisciplinary competition featured 24 teams of undergraduate, graduate and professional school students from multiple academic disciplines.

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