A new book co-authored by Communications Studies Professor Larry Powell, Ph.D., examines the life and work of Oscar-winning American director John G. Avildsen, responsible for blockbusters such as Rocky and the Karate Kid series. Available from Amazon.com.
Baker works tirelessly to improve care for the elderly
Natalie Baker’s professional service helps ensure concerns about patient care are translated to competencies in the classroom.Feb. 3 is last day to nominate an outstanding woman
Join us in recognizing their efforts by nominating an outstanding woman student, postdoc, faculty member, administrator, staff member and community member. Nominations are due by 5 p.m. Feb. 3.Nominate a Diversity Champion by Dec. 22
The annual award recognizes employees, students and organizations that have helped create a more culturally diverse, inclusive university community through their achievements.Armstrong never tires of of saying ‘Thank you’
Melanie Armstrong, assistant director for Stewardship and Donor Relations, is UAB’s Employee of the Month for March.Tanner is everywhere someone needs her to be
Cathy Tanner, project administrator in Human Resources, is UAB's Employee of the month for February.Gurley receives Distinguished Scholar Award
Keith Gurley, Ed.D., assistant professor of educational leadership, is recognized for his professional achievements by the American Association of Behavioral and Social Sciences.Fisher named fellow by American College of Sports MedicineAssistant Professor Gordon Fisher, Ph.D., is recognized for his professional achievements that support the ACSM goals.Henry Panion appointed by Gov. Bentley to Alabama State Council on the ArtsUniversity Professor Henry Panion III, Ph.D., has been appointed by Alabama Gov. Robert Bentley to serve on the State Council on the Arts. Panion, who teaches multimedia production, orchestration and arranging, is director of the Music Technology program. His term will begin Jan. 1, 2016, and expire Dec. 31, 2021.Revising Proust: Notes on an epic scholarly journeyThere are more than a million words in Marcel Proust’s novel “In Search of Lost Time.” UAB Professor Emeritus William Carter, Ph.D., is reviewing each one as part of a major revision and annotation of the most famous English translation of the work. As Carter’s second volume debuts this month, he shares details of this labor of love.New class enters UAB’s leadership academy
Nearly two dozen employees will begin their works as the incoming class of UAB's Blaze Leadership Academy Sept. 9.