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The UAB College of Arts and Sciences Department of History will be memorializing beloved Professor Raymond Mohl at a service on May 1, 2015, at 3:00 p.m. in Heritage Hall Lecture Room 102.
Dean Robert L. Palazzo has updated campus leaders on his plans and progress on topmost goals.
Fifty-one students were recognized for being named finalists or winners of national and international fellowships.
Vern Cile Bush, Administrative Associate for the African American Studies program and the Department of Anthropology, was recently awarded the Black Student Awareness Committee's 2015 Outstanding Faculty or Staff Member of the Year award.
Dr. Patrick Evans, who has served as Director of Admission for the Depauw University School of Music since 2013, has been named Chair of the University of Alabama at Birmingham College of Arts and Sciences Department of Music.
Looking for a cool class to take this summer? Then look no further than State and Local Government (PSC 221) taught by former Alabama Secretary of State Jim Bennett.
UAB’s African American Studies Program is undergoing a major restructuring of its course requirements. The changes allow for more flexibility along with new structure for students so they can pursue and complete the Bachelor of Arts degree in a timely manner.
As a result of the quality of his scholarship and impact on his field, UAB Department of Biology professor Trygve Tollefsbol was named the recipient of the Ireland Prize for Scholarly Distinction.
Davietta McDole, the Department of Justice Sciences Administrative Associate, was recognized for 35 years of service at the UAB Service Awards Ceremony held on February 20.
Dr. Howard Zehr, a renowned figure in human rights scholarship, has been named the winner of the 2015 Ireland Distinguished Visiting Scholar Award.
On January 23, the UAB Alumni House was filled with some of the College’s finest—representing the outstanding intellect, creativity, and character at UAB—as we celebrated the 2015 Scholarship and Awards Luncheon.
Laser physicist Sergey Mirov, Ph.D., left Russia 22 years ago, after training in Moscow under the 1964 Nobel laureate Aleksandr Mikhailovich Prokhorov and working at the USSR Academy of Sciences.
After yesterday's announcement of decisions affecting UAB Athletics, I wanted to speak to you about our next steps and the future course of the College of Arts and Sciences.
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Ameen Barghi of the University of Alabama at Birmingham was elected to the Rhodes scholar Class of 2015 on Saturday. He is one of 32 outstanding U.S. students who will start their all-expenses-paid, graduate educations at Oxford University next fall.
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