Films from student and amateur filmmakers from around Alabama will be screened April 10.
Alabama Power recognizes UAB Collat School of Business professor for his leadership in promoting community engagement, inclusive economic growth.
With deliriously tuneful songs, big musical numbers, a huge cast and colorful costumes, “Hairspray” celebrates the ’60s and equality.
Ketogenic, Whole30 and paleo diets aren’t convenience diets — they can cause challenges for eating out and cause a strain on your wallet — but they do provide whole food solutions.
Evidence focuses on the integration of African dance with contemporary choreography and spoken word.
UAB again recognized for excellence in LGBTQ health care equality.
UAB students will continue their medical educations at 74 institutions in 27 states across the country.
Author John Thabiti Willis will discuss masquerading traditions in the West African town of Otta.
A study led by UAB professor Paul Muntner, Ph.D., looks at the impact of the new hypertension guideline set by the American College of Cardiology and the American Heart Association.
Senior Mugdha Mokashi found her passion for public service while earning two degrees and preparing for medical school.
UAB art faculty will open their studios and give free art demonstrations.
Diamondback terrapin population, a staple in Alabama salt marshes, continues to decline. UAB researchers look to reverse conservation concerns.
The department currently has 14 primary faculty members complemented by a diverse secondary faculty.
A UAB graduate student will work with the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety to gain hands-on research experience applicable to his work in the UAB TRIP Lab.
UAB researchers found that, from 2012-2014, Medicare was the primary payer for more than 90 percent of TAVR procedures.
A bill authorizing the UAB Health System to set up a resource center to assist rural, public hospitals facing economic pressures has been passed by the Alabama legislature.
Benjamin Harvey will spend the summer studying Arabic in Morocco.
Students put their cybercrime fighting skills to the test in the Blazer42 Capture the Flag Scholarship Competition.
Headlines and statistics paint a grim picture of opioid abuse. But there is hope, says Anna Alford, a social work major who speaks openly about her journey of recovery to encourage others. Meet her and other UAB faculty, staff and students exploring the complex crisis and finding answers that could save lives.
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