3 electric car-charging stations now open on campus
Birmingham’s electric vehicle drivers can recharge at one of eight charging ports in three different stations on campus.UAB, BCRI to host a dialogue on civility and activism Jan. 19A diverse panel of citizens and community leaders will discuss the importance of civil discourse and how it can be practiced in our daily lives during a free public event 6-8 p.m. Jan. 19 in Heritage Hall Room 102.New effort-reporting LMS course required in the new year
The new training module will be available in the UAB Learning System beginning Jan. 9, 2017, and those required to complete it will be automatically assigned in the LMS system.Parking permit renewals scheduled onsite for remote lots
New parking permits will be issued Dec. 14-Jan. 6 for UAB employees who park in express lots. Representatives from Parking and Transportation will be onsite in the North Pavilion, West Pavilion atrium and Spain Rehabilitation Center Dec. 14-Jan. 6 to renew permits.Groundbreaking for business education and innovation Dec. 9
A groundbreaking ceremony will be held 10 a.m. for a new building to house the Collat School of Business and Bill L. Harbert Institute for Innovation and Entrepreneurship and become the cornerstone for the city's new innovation and entrepreneurship district.Parking and transit improvements planned for 2017 will be time-saversChanges in parking lot assignments and transit routes after the first of the year will add convenience and save time for employees and students who park in remote lots.Conservation efforts even more valuable in statewide drought
Facilities team is streamlining water consumption and finding creative ways to offset needs.Learn how you can run a green lab Nov. 1
The UAB Green Labs Program will help conserve resources and reduce hazardous chemicals without compromising research integrity or safety.Redesigned app is a must-have for employees, students and guestsThe free app for iOS and Android improves on many of the most popular features of the original UAB app, including profiles with all the information you need to get around, get connected and get things done.Pedestrian bridge at SON, LHL to close for construction Oct. 10Beginning Oct. 10, the pedestrian bridge connecting the Lister Hill Library to the School of Nursing will be closed due to construction on the school. The bridge and SON plaza will remain closed until the project is completed in June 2018. Pedestrians are encouraged to use the crosswalks at 16th or 18th streets as alternate routes.UAB to host domestic violence conference Oct. 25Share best and emerging practices, learn from the experience and expertise of others, connect with fellow advocates and meet professional training requirements during this daylong event.
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Employees will have free access to the online learning site to learn or improve skills beginning Sept. 15.New service-learning fellows selectedNine faculty representing six schools plus the College of Arts and Sciences comprise the newest class of Faculty Fellows in Engaged Scholarship. They will develop or redesign a service-learning course during the fellowship year and then receive a grant to help develop it.New career ladder provides path for non-faculty researchersA nine-rung ladder comprises a clear career path for laboratory staff and investigators who do not have or seek academic appointments.Summer series to focus on women and money mattersEach of the three workshops will be offered twice, at noon on consecutive weeks, so you have more than one chance to complete the whole series.Carver delivers the 100 promised wins for ITA draft of the IT Strategic Plan is online, and the community is invited to review it through June 24 and provide feedback on the SPARK site.New event to support, encourage women in surgeryA day of workshops and seminars targeted to women surgeons, surgery residents and medical students interested in pursuing a surgery residency will be held April 26. The program is free and open to alumni and surgeons from the community.Help shape the future of parking and transportationUAB Parking & Transportation Services is hosting several public events to hear opinions about riding, driving, pedaling and parking on campus and to listen to ideas for improvement. These are part of a campuswide parking and transportation study UAB will be conducting through summer.Have you considered leading an education abroad program?Deadlines are approaching for spring break and summer programs for 2017.
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