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.What can Canvas do for you? Find out March 30-31Talk with fellow faculty who are using learning technologies successfully and get training tailored to your skill level during the two-day event.App lets you request a safety escort rideStudents and employees now can request a safety escort ride without having to make a phone call or leave their place of safety using the same Transloc app that tracks Blazer Express buses.LMS learning portal gets new, updated look beginning in MarchIn addition to greater visual appeal and simpler navigation, the UAB Learning System will have added support for Macs, additional browsers and mobile devices.Faculty offered a glimpse of the messy work of administrationNew executive presenter series kicks off 11:30 a.m. Feb. 19 with a presentation on Student recruitment by Vice Provost Bradley Barnes.New recruitment system enables faculty candidates to apply onlineThe Office of the Provost has implemented an electronic faculty recruitment system, UAB Faculty Jobs, which will allow faculty candidates to apply online. Requests to recruit faculty and offer proposals are managed and housed in the new system.UAB statistics challenge perception of safety on urban college campusesUAB performs as well as or better in safety statistics compared to similar urban institutions — and many traditional, non-urban college campuses — including Emory, Tulane, Vanderbilt, Memphis and Houston. In most cases, UAB is significantly safer.UAB launches new-look front doorThe site’s navigation structure has been updated, and heavily visited links can be accessed directly from the home page, making it easier for users to find the information they seek.Get help incorporating sustainability into your classroom
Apply by March 16 for the Red Mountain Project faculty workshop, which will help participants incorporate sustainability into their courses. Ten faculty fellows will receive a stipend of $1,000 for a new or altered course syllabus.Game on: Spring teaching workshop schedule is onlineThe UAB Center for Teaching and Learning will offer than 35 teaching workshops this spring, and a little reward and competition also enters the mix.Biology of aging seminar series launches Jan. 20The UAB Nathan Shock Center of Excellence will present free, public lectures on topics related to the basic biology of aging. The series will kick off Jan. 20, and one will follow each month through April.
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