Undergraduate Neuroscience student Jasmine Cunningham has been awarded the Dream Award Scholarship after overcoming significant barriers to make it to college.

The UAB Department of Social Work celebrated Social Work Month with students and their families, community partners, and faculty members on March 27, 2019.

Over spring break, Stacy Moak, Ph.D., from the Department of Social Work and Tina Reuter, Ph.D., from the Institute of Human Rights led a study abroad trip to Kenya.

Sid Chandra, a senior majoring in the Undergraduate Neuroscience Program, writes about his experiences in the program and at UAB.

The first mentor group includes four students paired with four mentors.

The Student Social Work Organization sponsored a 10-year-old girl who loves Disney princesses.

The paper predicts the probability of basketball players achieving the prestigious honor of being granted access to the Hall of Fame. 
November 07, 2018

Health and Hygiene Drive

The Student Social Work Organization (SSWO) hosted a health and hygiene supplies drive.
SSWO was able to collect a car-seat, a stroller, diapers, wipes, clothes, and other baby goods.

Youth Towers organization connects young homeless persons to the resources they so desperately need.

Graduate student expands knowledge of beamlines within physics through 20th National School on Neutron and X-ray Scattering.
UAB students aid authorities in cybercounterespionage day in and day out, giving them “the best start on their careers that we can.”

Tamesha Duesbury, a Fulbright Scholar pursuing her Master’s of Science in Criminal Justice, is the first Barbadian student at UAB.

The awards are for Samantha Richardson’s work for the Fountain Heights community, which she completed as a student.

Five UAB students majoring in music technology have successfully passed the Avid Pro Tools certification exam.

The Department of Sociology recognizes our 2018 honors award recipients.

Molly Clay has not let dyslexia impede her success. She maintains a spot on the dean’s list while balancing a job and participation in multiple campus organizations.

Pryor found that, even though she had earned her associate’s degree in 2008, “there were certain jobs I couldn’t apply for without a bachelor’s degree.”

Laila-Rose Hudson is the UAB Political Science Program’s Outstanding Student for 2018.

Several of our students have been recognized for outstanding research and academics.

Page 1 of 20