UAB listed among top schools to earn an MBAIts ties to local business, strong curriculum, knowledgeable faculty and diverse student body are among the reasons UAB's Collat School of Business was named among âThe 296 Best Business Schools.âVolunteer experience builds skills, passion among students
Students who participate in service-learning opportunities are more engaged with their career and community and bring that knowledge back to the classroom.Sidewalk Film Festival to screen 3 student documentariesThree documentary films by six students in the College of Arts and Sciences will be screened Aug. 23-24 during the annual festival. The films examine the changing Avondale neighborhood, a gas explosion in Gate City and a new curriculum at Glen Iris Elementary.See the central nervous system as artAnatomy course for teachers is a first step in improving instruction
Firsthand look provides veteran educators a better appreciation of the human body and makes graduates more competitive in job search.Student designs get "A Seat at the Big Table"Works created for regional clients, local non-profits and under-served communities by design students in UABâs Bloom Studio will be exhibited Aug. 11-Sept. 22 in the AEIVA. A reception will be held 5-7:30 p.m. Aug. 29.Students earn real-world experience without real-life consequences
A simulated intensive-care experience provides students the opportunity to work with other professions and learn to communicate effectively within a team.$1 billion Campaign for UAB reaches halfway markThe Campaign for UAB: Give Something, Change Everything is halfway to its ambitious goal of raising $1 billion with the help of more than 74,000 donors. Read the full story.Students use teamwork to promote QEP
Three UAB marketing students are creating a campus marketing campaign for the new Quality Enhancement Plan, which will launch in fall 2015. The new QEP will focus on learning in a team environment.Discussion Book choice is âDecisiveâ
Our decisions are disrupted by an array of biases and irrationalities, say the authors of a book on making better choices, which is the centerpiece of the annual Freshman Discussion.