• UAB falls close in defensive fight against Memphis

    UAB Senior Ashley Naumoff defends the ball from her Memphis opponent. Despite efforts made by the Blazers, the game ended with a Memphis victory. (Photo by Cooper Crippen). UAB Senior Ashley Naumoff defends the ball from her Memphis opponent. Despite efforts made by the Blazers, the game ended with a Memphis victory. (Photo by Cooper Crippen). Mark LinnNews Editor
    news@insideuab.com

    UAB’s Women’s Soccer team fell to the University of Memphis Tigers 1-0 on Aug. 28, following a drawn-out defensive fight after an early goal on behalf of the Tigers.
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  • UAB receives $34 million for clinical research

    Infographic showing the amount of research conducted at UAB. (Graphic courtesty of UAB News)Infographic showing the amount of research conducted at UAB. (Graphic courtesty of UAB News)Tamara Imam - Staff Writer
    timam@uab.edu

    The National Institutes of Health recently granted the University of Alabama at Birmingham’s Center for Clinical and Translational Science nearly $34 million to continue its ground breaking work in translational research studies.
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  • UAB Football donations due tomorrow. Why?

    Brandon Varner-Managing Editor
    managing@insideuab.com

    UAB Band at ALumni House 300x400 rgb stephanie lockhartThe UAB Band performed at the "Finish the Drive" fundraiser rally on Tuesday, August 18. (Photo by Stephanie Lockhart)Hatton Smith, head of national accounts and food service for Royal Cup Coffee, had his staffers throwing small green plastic footballs throughout Alumni Hall at UAB's Alumni House. They were flying wildly throughout the conference room; some hitting inattentive patrons in the head, and in one case, clanging loudly from a sousaphone.

    The footballs were adorned with information on the return of UAB football, and because of the symbology, found themselves being held high above the heads of cheering UAB fans as the band played and the Golden Girls danced through the narrow aisles of Alumni Hall. Read more...  
  • UAB students’ film “10-4: Birmingham” featured at Sidewalk Film Festival

    Photo of UAB film makers Piyush Borse (right) and Karan Jani (left) at the Sidewalk Film Festival. (Photo by Stephanie Lockhart).Photo of UAB film makers Piyush Borse (right) and Karan Jani (left) at the Sidewalk Film Festival. (Photo by Stephanie Lockhart).Sarah Faulkner - Features Editor
    features@insideuab.com

    During a time when the media is frequently colored by episodes of police brutality, Piyush Borse and Karan Jani, both UAB students, were featured this weekend at the Sidewalk Film Festival for their expose film of the Birmingham Police Department.
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