Cummings book sheds new light on historic Indian templeIn her first book, Associate Professor of Art History Cathleen Cummings, Ph.D., explores the visual images and symbols of an eighth century Indian temple built by a queen.Kennedy keeps things running smoothly
Teri Kennedy, a program coordinator in the Division of Infectious Disease, is Employee of the Month for August.Lemons honored for lifetime of collaborative workJack Lemons, Ph.D., professor in the School of Dentistry Division of Biomaterials, received the 2014 Sam Brown Bridge Builder Award.Sloan, Bangalore to lead cyber research center
The center collaborates with law-enforcement and industry partners to translate its research and development into real-world protection.Laken appointed to state respiratory boardDebra Eddins Laken, associate professor in the UAB School of Health Professions Respiratory Therapy Program, has been appointed to the Alabama State Board of Respiratory Therapy by Alabama Gov. Robert Bentley.Nursing's Shirey named NLN fellowMaria R. Shirey, Ph.D., professor and assistant dean for clinical affairs and partnerships in the School of Nursing, has been selected for induction as a Fellow into the National League for Nursing Academy of Nursing Education.Bidez among Top 50 over 50Martha Bidez, a renowned biomedical engineer with entrepreneurial success in industry and higher education, is profiled with the winners in B-Metro's August edition.Mayes is the go-to person for the correct answers
Carol Mayes, who is a key contributor to the success of extramural research in In the Department of Epidemiology, is Employee of the Month for July.Weaver named Fellow of the American Academy of MicrobiologyCasey Weaver, M.D., was selected for his scientific achievements and contributions to advancing the field.Brown named to ASCP's inaugural list of "40 Under Forty"Assistant professor recognized for her achievements and contributions to the medical laboratory professional field.First director hired to lead AEIVALisa Tamiris Becker, who previously directed the art museums at the University of New Mexico and the University of Colorado, Boulder, begins work at UAB Sept. 1.Allison honored for his work in gerontologyDistinguished Professor David Allison, Ph.D., has been named a fellow of the The Gerontological Society of America — the nation’s largest interdisciplinary organization devoted to the field of aging — in recognition of outstanding and continuing work in gerontology.Advising helped Chapman see the struggles others face
Associate Professor Alison Chapman, Ph.D., said helping students fix problems has been the most gratifying part of her job.26 Edge of Chaos scholars to tackle wicked problemsCollectively, these fine minds will pursue innovative solutions to thorny issues that confront us as a society.Scholar-activist to promote peace, justice and human rights
New anthropology chair Douglas Fry, Ph.D., hopes to widen our view beyond our own culture and current day events.Gohlke wins new investigator award for research into birth defectsJulia Gohlke, Ph.D., was named the 2014 recipient of the F. Clarke Fraser New Investigator Award from The Teratology Society, which promotes cutting-edge research on birth defects and other developmental disorders.Trustees appoint endowed chair, professorsProfessors S. Louis Bridges Jr., Mohammad Athar and David M. Pollock selected for endowed positions.Trustees award four emeritus statusUAB recognizes the contributions of longtime faculty.Wormley-Dooley proves a smile and patience can get the job done
LaShundra Wormley-Dooley is known in the Department of Human Studies for her ability to resolve problems quickly and her attention to detail. For her dedication, she has been named Employee of the Month.Louis Dale receives lifetime achievement award
The American Association for Affirmative Action has recognized Louis Dale, Ph.D., vice president for equity and diversity, for his work advocating for affirmative action, equal employment opportunities and diversity.