research expo 1Business students won big at UAB’s Fall 2019 Undergraduate Research Expo.  

uabindenmark2019t shirtshot 2UAB students are en route to Copenhagen this week with economic sustainability on their minds.

Twelve students majoring in everything from economics to public health to political science are part of the first cohort studying environmental economics in Denmark thanks to a UAB Faculty Fellows in Engaged Scholarship program award that Professor Sarah Culver received last year.

UAB School of Bus 3The new Collat School of Business building keeps garnering awards.

Hatchery1UAB has launched a new entrepreneurship educational experience intended to help students discover how to develop entrepreneurial solutions to real-world problems.

Ameen BarghiAmeen Barghi, a former Collat Business Honors alumnus, doesn’t have a lot of time to spare as a fourth-year student at Harvard Medical School, but when he had the opportunity to meet a business strategy legend he had studied while at UAB, he couldn’t pass it up.

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The Collat School of Business recently launched a new alumni council that will advise the dean on ways to connect and engage the school’s increasing number of young alumni in Birmingham and beyond.

IMG 6741 CROPPEDManagement professor Anthony Hood, Ph.D., is being honored with the UAB National Alumni Society’s 2019 Distinguished Alumni Award.

Carter Bryars 2019Carter Bryars, principal and chief financial officer for Daniel Corporation, was recently recognized by the Financial Management Association, International for his exceptional collaborative work with UAB’s FMA student chapter.

Julio RiveraCollat professor Julio Rivera, DBA, has been selected to receive the President’s Award for Excellence in Teaching for his exceptional accomplishments in teaching. He was honored September 10 at UAB’s annual Faculty Convocation at the Hilton Birmingham.