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Computer Science student Isabelle Brown has been selected as the first recipient of the Fast Slow Motion Endowed Scholarship in Computer Science for the 2020-2021 academic year.

Kierstin Cates Kennedy, M.D., chief of UAB Hospital Medicine and clinical associate professor, earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Spanish at UAB.

Kimberly Hazelwood has accepted the position of Executive Director for Business Operations and will start in August 2020.

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John K. Moore, Jr., Ph.D., associate professor of Spanish in the Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures, has published a new book.

The program was approved as a degree-granting program by the Alabama Commission on Higher Education on April 28, 2000.

Congratulations to Drs. Danny Siegel (English), Renato Camata (Physics), and Jason Linville (Criminal Justice)
 
Andrew S. Baer, Ph.D., assistant professor in the Department of History, has published a new book entitled, “Beyond the Usual Beating: The Jon Burge Police Torture Scandal and Social Movements for Police Accountability in Chicago.”

We are proud to mark the College’s 10th anniversary with this special issue.

This award honors alumni who have demonstrated extraordinary service to the local, national, or global community.

This award honors alumni ages 40 or younger for significant accomplishments in industry and/or their career field or for service in the College.

This award honors alumni ages 40 or younger for significant accomplishments in industry and/or their career field or for service in the College.

This is the College’s highest honor, and is awarded to prominent alumni who have achieved distinction through exceptional contributions to their professions.

Congratulations to UAB Advising Award winners Deborah Littleton, College of Arts and Sciences Director of Advising and advisor for Criminal Justice majors; and Whitney Woodard, who advises all our Neuroscience and International Studies majors.

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Many of our donors give to the College as a way of showing their appreciation for the people who inspired and guided them to academic and professional success. We asked a few of our supporters to share their stories of why they give and how investing in the College will ensure the success of our future students.
Many of our donors give to the College as a way of showing their appreciation for the people who inspired and guided them to academic and professional success. We asked a few of our supporters to share their stories of why they give and how investing in the College will ensure the success of our future students.
Many of our donors give to the College as a way of showing their appreciation for the people who inspired and guided them to academic and professional success. We asked a few of our supporters to share their stories of why they give and how investing in the College will ensure the success of our future students.

In honor of the 16th-century French essayist Michel de Montaigne and the College of Arts and Sciences, Dr. Catherine Danielou, Senior Associate Dean in the College of Arts and Sciences and recipient of the UAB Frederick W. Conner Prize in the History of Ideas, has established the Michel de Montaigne Endowed Prize in the History of Ideas.

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November 11, 2019

I am Arts & Sciences: Forte'

Criminal justice alumna Forte’ received the UAB National Alumni Society's Volunteer of the Year Award in 2019 for dedicating her time and effort to improving the university.

Immunology has traditionally been studied at graduate levels, but faculty at UAB think that giving undergraduates the ability to study this interdisciplinary field will lead to greater numbers of immunologists entering the field. You can read their study in Frontiers of Immunology.

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