People of UAB
Students excel at statewide competition focused on science research.
Andrew Solomon will give a lecture Wednesday, April 18, in the UAB Hill Student Center.
Set for Feb. 8, this year’s Darwin Day at UAB will include art and paleoanthropologist Genevieve von Petzinger.
The 2017 Peace and Justice Studies Association conference will bring activists, scholars and educators from around the world to UAB.
The state-of-the-art $39.5 million building, which will be located on the corner of 10th Avenue South and 14th Street South, is a result of the rapid growth of UAB’s undergraduate and graduate programs.
Satellite analysis like that conducted by Sarah Parcak, Ph.D., and Gregory Mumford, Ph.D., provides valuable intelligence for international policing of the illegal antiquities trade.
Meet the team of UAB students working to build a house completely powered by solar energy for the 2017 U.S. Department of Energy Solar Decathlon Competition.
The new study is the first to observe consolation in adult humans. The findings help correct the impression that humans are aggressive by nature and peaceful by culture.
The students were chosen from a pool of 13,000 applicants.
UAB is one of only two universities in the state to offer the program.
Sarah Parcak, Ph.D., is one of 100 people named to the community of Young Global Leaders by the World Economic Forum.
The new building will be located on the corner of 10th Avenue South and 14th Street South on the southwest corner of the Campus Green.
GlobalXplorer is a citizen science archaeology platform that's "Indiana Jones meets Google Earth." The platform was created in collaboration with the National Geographic Society and DigitalGlobe.
Sarah Parcak, Ph.D., has been named to the list for her innovations in the area of satellite archaeology.
Everyone’s looking for a little peace — and students have found it in the UAB College of Arts and Sciences, a growing hub for the study of peaceful societies, human rights, nonviolent conflict resolution, and related topics. Discover useful tips for defusing friction with family and neighbors, and learn more about the practical lessons of peace.
The American Ingenuity Award is the highest honor given by Smithsonian Magazine to recognize innovation in American culture.

Parcak will enlist the help of citizens from around the world to search for hidden civilizations through an online platform called GlobalXplorer.

Satellite, drone images and ground surveys led to the discovery of a massive man-made platform hidden under sand in the ancient city of Petra.
Two-hour special, “Vikings Unearthed,” featuring UAB professor Sarah Parcak will premier online Monday, April 4, and will broadcast Wednesday, April 6, on PBS.
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