People of UAB
More than 1,800 students are expected to graduate in spring 2016, with an estimated 1,100 expected to walk in the day’s two ceremonies.
UAB professors Retta Evans, Ph.D., MCHES, and Sandra Sims, Ph.D., provide new resource for practicing teachers and teachers in training to better incorporate health, physical education and physical activity into daily lessons.
School of Education graduate Kristen Woods will be honored at the American Counseling Association’s international conference in Montreal, Canada, in March.
After more than 10 years of archival research and interviews with 45 African-American educators, Tondra Loder-Jackson, Ph.D., reveals their experiences and contributions to the movement.
Assistant Professor Gordon Fisher, Ph.D., is recognized for his professional achievements that support the ACSM goals.
School of Education professor to serve as one of two associate editors for Journal of Urban Learning, Teaching, and Research.
Nationally and internationally recognized family literacy expert and UAB faculty will serve as featured speakers at the symposium.
As part of the UAB-led GEAR UP Alabama program, the Alabama Community College System will offer tuition waivers to a cohort of students in the Class of 2020 and 2021 students, as well as tuition assistance to parents.
The School of Education looks to enhance learning outcomes, health and wellness of P-12 population, as well as of adults in Alabama and around the world.
While mom Kirsten Woods was working toward an online degree at UAB from Texas, daughter Shannon Woods earned her degree on campus. They will walk together at Saturday’s commencement ceremony.
Four School of Education faculty members to present at American Educational Research Association annual meeting.
UAB honor society for students, professional counselors and counselor educators receives two national awards.
Stephen Carter will attend the Experimental Biology Conference in late March to receive his award.
An interdisciplinary UAB research team hopes to learn more about how emotions might keep people from getting enough exercise. 
The $49 million grant will enhance services for students, parents and teachers in Alabama’s high-poverty Black Belt.
The School of Education’s CAEP-accredited programs include undergraduate and graduate tracks in educator preparation, counselor education, teacher leadership and educational leadership.
High school students will be introduced to life at UAB and career options with exciting hands-on learning opportunities that reinforce academic skills.
Four undergraduate students have been named to the first honors class citing of their outstanding academic achievements.
School of Education professor takes first place in tennis tournament that supports UAB research.
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