Registration now is open for summer camps ranging from forensic science to musical theater at the University of Alabama at Birmingham. Many camps require registration and deposits in the spring, and are expected to fill up quickly. More camp announcements are expected; visit www.uab.edu/summer for updates.

Traci Bratton

Traci Bratton

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(205) 934-2040
traci@uab.edu 
ArtPlay’s award-winning visual arts camp offers classes in drawing, painting, sculpture, crafts and more.
Campers learn theater games, improvisation, warm-ups, dance, vocal exercises, voice and diction, terminology, acting, and stage production, all while developing a character and rehearsing for a fully staged musical production at the end of camp.
This camp is for serious music students who enthusiastically participate in every theory class, sectional, convocation, rehearsal, elective class and evening activity.
Campers will be introduced to many aspects of musical theater with a variety of fun classes.
This professional-level intensive will prepare high school students to audition for elite college musical theater training programs.
Instruction for beginning percussion students, no experience needed. Students with school band or private lesson experience up to one year will be accepted.
Benjamin, who served as the 18th U.S. Surgeon General, spoke during a dinner presentation at the 10th annual Health Disparities Research Symposium at UAB on Tuesday.
Dr. Dean Sicking, who invented the Steel and Foam Energy Reduction barrier with a group of engineers while at the University of Nebraska in 2002, is now with the University of Alabama at Birmingham and maintains a test facility at Barber. He's considered an unofficial consultant at Barber, Whitt said, and his safety recommendations are heeded.
From The Boston Globe
Dr. Gregory G. Davis, chief medical examiner of Jefferson County in Alabama and a professor at the University of Alabama at Birmingham, also described a significantly limited supply of medical examiners nationwide. He estimated there are between 400 and 450 forensic pathologists across the country, and that ideally there should be 800 to 900 medical examiners to handle the workload.
Advances in glaucoma therapies, including powerful eye drops and minimally invasive laser surgeries, mean few patients today would lose their vision if they were treated in time.

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