Roberson, West take the reins of CNET
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Julian Arribas, Ph.D., comes to UAB from Creighton University. His international perspective and contacts are expected to advance the goals for globalization for the College of Arts and Sciences.
Patrick Evans, D.M., comes to UAB from DePauw University, where he was director of admissions for its School of Music. Evans, a baritone who has performed nationwide and abroad, is a lecturer, practitioner and clinician in the fields of sacred music and congregational song.
James McClintock, Ph.D., endowed professor of polar and marine biology, received the Odessa Woolfolk Community Service Award for using his lifetime of work in Antarctica to educate students and the public about the value and excitement of pursuing science on the remote continent.
Each year during Women’s History Month, UAB honors women who have mentored or served other women, taken a courageous stance or overcome adversity to achieve a goal.
Sherri Price, administrative supervisor in Occupational Health and Safety, has been named Employee of the Month for March.
Twelve faculty who exemplify the best in classroom teaching will be recognized during the annual Faculty Awards Convocation at 4 p.m. in the UAB National Alumni Society House.
Julie Decker, program manager in the School of Medicine Department of Microbiology is Employee of the Month for February.
Loy O. Vaughan, Ph.D., associate professor of mathematics, is among the more than 250 employees who will be honored during this year’s Service Awards Program luncheon, which recognizes employees with 20 or more years of service. A list of recipients is online.
Assistant Professor Susan Smith’s hard work paid off when she won a national body-building title in November and earned the right to compete as a professional.
Kirk Withrow, M.D., assistant professor and otolaryngology surgeon, keeps his creative juices flowing by writing books and making cigar-box guitars.
Anitra Baylor, financial officer in the Division of Preventive Medicine, is Employee of the Month for January.
More than $39,000 has been awarded through nine grants to 15 faculty for proposals that support teaching innovation and development at UAB. All but one are tied directly to the Quality Enhancement Plan, which will launch in fall.
UAB’s ability to recruit employees worldwide adds promotes diversity in Birmingham and surrounding areas. Meet these five families featured in the paper’s Jan. 15 issue of the “Over the Mountain Journal.”