Spring/Summer 2013 issue of UAB Magazine
The opportunity of a lifetime with President Ray Watts, selling UAB in the 21st century, building innovation through chaos, and the challenge of designing safer highways.
The past, present and future of the AIDS epidemic in the United States, remembering Coach Bartow, a bestselling author discusses her motivation, and more.
Seeing the world through the eyes of UAB students, going behind bars with UAB faculty, and exploring the dark powers of nicotine with UAB researchers.
The dangers of inflammation, a visit to UAB's new ArtPlay house, reflections from the Clinical Pastoral Education program, and a glimpse at the campus of the future.
UAB undergraduates embark on great adventures, UAB researchers search for answers to autism and new therapies for stroke, and UAB alums get creative.
Exploring eight great unanswered questions, the UAB Women and Infants Center, and UAB's work on a new breed of crash-test dummy.
A special edition celebrating UAB's 40th anniversary by recapping 40 university breakthroughs, from AIDS research to art in the outdoors.
The super powers of sugar, medicine in extreme conditions, higher education in China, the problems of pain, and a look at UAB's Gospel Choir.
The white knight of spam-busting, UAB's new opera director, the faces of design, the lessons of Pompeii, and a UAB student's experience with urban-farming. This online-only issue features videos, slideshows, and more.
Taking a closer look at aging and the end of life as we know it