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Dr. Stacy Krueger-Hadfield, assistant professor in the Department of Biology, was selected as the 2018 Norma J. Lang Early Career Fellow from the Phycological Society of America.
Large-scale quantitative analysis details the rise of anti-Semitism and how anti-Semitic content flows across mainstream and fringe web communities.
Fulbright scholar Remy Meir reflects on the differences and similarities between American and Norwegian cultures.

The premiere lecture in the new PAINTalks Speaker Series will feature Dr. Roger Fillingim, a world-renowned clinical researcher in the field of chronic pain and past-president of the American Pain Society.

Seven films directed by UAB students and alumni will be featured at Birmingham’s Sidewalk Film Festival.
UAB neuroscience alumna Remy Meir begins her Fulbright Student Program at the University of Oslo in Norway.
UAB will launch a new Bachelor of Science degree program in bioinformatics this fall.
UAB students aid authorities in cybercounterespionage day in and day out, giving them “the best start on their careers that we can.”
In a large-scale analysis, Jeremy Blackburn, Ph.D., and collaborators found that the misuse of web archive services cause loss of ad revenue for popular news websites. 
UAB’s team found that smartphone motion sensors may pose a threat to speech privacy only if devices are sharing the same surface.
Heather McPherson, Ph.D., was awarded the 2018 Ireland Prize for Scholarly Distinction.
Times Higher Education’s university rankings, among the world’s most comprehensive, balanced and trusted, name UAB the top young U.S. university and top 10 in the world.
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Ten senior faculty members from the Bangladesh Public Administration Training Centre (BPATC) came to UAB for an intensive three-week training program centered around building leadership skills in the public sector.

Entrepreneurship training program pushes students to develop and deploy ideas to be successful startups.
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.

Graying hair is linked to innate immune response, activation of which can decrease pigmentation in hair.

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.

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