Funding for the UAB Center for Education and Research on Therapeutics has been renewed for an additional five years.

See one of the world’s most innovative jazz musicians at UAB’s Alys Stephens Center Nov. 17.

A U.S. Air Force Special Operations surgical team now calls UAB home between deployments overseas, honing their medical skills at UAB’s Level 1 trauma center.

Know Your Status will offer free HIV and STD screenings Nov. 9.

American hikers held captive in Iran to give first college lecture at UAB.

Bring your gently used clothing to the annual Suits 4 Success clothing drive, providing dis-advantaged women with appropriate clothing to re-enter the work force.

Six UAB teams are finalists in the 2011-12 Alabama Launchpad class.

A UAB nurse practitioner has received an award from the Association of Child Neurology Nurses.

The clinic has met the emotional, developmental and medical needs of adoptive families for 10 years; a pilot project aims to improve the adoption process.
Take family holiday gatherings as a chance to discuss family health history.

Golden Dragon Acrobats tumble into the World on Stage Festival.

Summon the holiday spirit when UAB Opera presents the story of a little boy and the three kings, “Amahl and the Night Visitors” Nov. 11-12.

Ten UAB students will be in the running for the title of Mr. and Ms. UAB.
Eleven new members will join the UAB Comprehensive Cancer Center advisory board for 2011-12.

Local dancer Parul Kapoor leads "The Bollywood Experience" at UAB's Alys Stephens Center on Nov. 12.

Artist Willie Cole will lecture and work with UAB faculty during a weeklong residency.

UAB received a prestigious NCI award to study brain tumors, making it one of only a few institutions to hold four SPORE programs.

Connecting the elderly to friends and family online reduces depression, a UAB professor discovers.

List places UAB’s Sarah Parcak — who uses satellite imagery to find lost archaeological sites — among the world’s top 25 innovators.

Innovative thinkers break new ground with creativity, contributing to their academic fields and the public’s quality of life.
Do you dread the dead or kill for the thrill? Real fear lies in the reality of the scare, UAB psychologist says.

The third annual Run for the Health of It will be held Oct. 30.

Noche Flamenca will bring dancers, guitarists, singers to UAB’s Alys Stephens Center Nov. 11 for an evening of authentic flamenco.
National honor recognizes UAB nurses as among the best in the nation.
October 21, 2011

UAB, Cigna sign health care contract

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UAB Health System and Cigna have announced a two-year network partnership to begin Jan. 1, 2012.

From a group of 18 young women, Elisabeth Chramer of Trussville was selected as the 2012 Miss UAB and awarded more than $2,000 in scholarships.

UAB Opera's open auditions for "Man of La Mancha" will be Nov. 4.

The UAB Comprehensive Cancer Center will host three lung cancer seminars in November.

UAB will offer two programs to help smokers quit in November.

Emma Donoghue's Room: A Novel will be the discussion of November's BookTalk.

A UAB professor's original work will be performed by two guest artists Oct. 31.

Learn more about graduate school options at UAB on Oct. 27.

Public auction at University Stores Warehouse Nov. 9.

See and feel living art Nov. 7-11, when artisans from Alabama and Africa create a masterpiece at the Alys Stephens Center.
Save money, have fun by creating your own Halloween mask at home with a few tips from artist Doug Barrett at UAB.

A UAB nursing doctoral student has been named to a national scholars program.

UAB music students will perform a free choral concert featuring Mozart’s Coronation Mass with a chamber orchestra Oct. 25 at a local church.
The UAB Department of Music welcomes new faculty Brian Kittredge, Won Cho, James Zingara and collaborative pianist Kseniia Polstiankina.

A UAB professor has been awarded a $1.25 million grant from the U.S. Department of Education.

Two UAB hospitals were cited in WomenCertified's top 100 hospitals for female patient satisfaction.
Each Friday Theatre UAB students hit the road to perform traveling shows in the community, teaching and learning at the same time.
2011 State of the University address will be held Oct. 20.
Local quilters will create an “Our Alabama Stories” community quilt during the Gee’s Bend quilters’ residency on the UAB campus.
Annual minority health awards jump start research for junior faculty.
More than unemployment or new home sales, UAB expert says Halloween is key indicator of how robust the holiday season will be for retailers.
Russian pianist Gleb Ivanov will take to the Alys Stephens Center stage Nov. 3 for a program of  Haydn, Schubert and Rachmaninoff.

The UAB Cancer Center’s Deep South Network now includes community research to better understand local cancer prevention needs.

The Reynolds Historical Lecture series will present Science, Identity and Southern Medicine: Spurious Vaccination during the American Civil War, 1861-1865.

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