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While serving in the United States Army for 21 years, James C. Hurt got the chance to see and experience the world.

The Chapman family has long believed that education transforms lives, and they are particularly committed to students who struggle with the costs of higher education.

For David and Phyllis Brasfield, Birmingham represents opportunity and growth. And, according to both Brasfields, UAB is at the heart of it all.

“I try to give back what UAB did for me, my business, and my family,” says Maluff. “UAB is my heart and soul."

Michele “Mike” Wilson, Ph.D., was an award-winning faculty member in the College of Arts and Sciences’ Department of Sociology and launched the Women’s Studies Program.

The Alabama Power Foundation and the Department of Political Science and Public Administration are teaming up to promote capacity building and credential attainment within Central Alabama’s nonprofit community.

May 24, 2022

An Impeccable Person

Minal Hollowell, M.D., ’99, ’03, was the type of person we’d all like to know. The type of person who cared deeply about people, said her husband, Matt Hollowell, ’99; compassionate, intelligent, loving, kind, trusting. “She was all of those things,” he said. “She was an impeccable person.” Read more on UAB Advancement.

A new scholarship is now available for students majoring or minoring in Spanish in the Department of World Languages and Literatures at UAB.

The University of Alabama at Birmingham’s (UAB) College of Arts and Sciences is excited to announce that State Farm will make a new investment in the Translational Research for Injury Prevention (TRIP) Lab.

The sister of Dr. Edward L. Wills chose to celebrate her brother’s career in physics and his lifetime of trumpet-playing.

If you ever stepped foot inside of Avondale Antiques in Birmingham, Alabama, you surely met owner Fred Dyess. His engaging personality and encyclopedic knowledge of antiques would grab ahold of every customer, prompting new friendships and sparking dynamic conversations.

Mamoudou Barry and Ayusha Khadka, two computer science majors at UAB, are the first scholarship recipients through the new Cadence Bank Computer Science Diversity and Inclusion Scholarship Program.

Roger T. Lewis, Ph.D., served as a thoughtful and forward-looking leader in the University of Alabama at Birmingham’s Department of Mathematics for over four decades.

When Johnny Edward “Rusty” Bates, M.D., was growing up in Sipsey, Alabama, he viewed his father, a draftsman and engineer, as one of the smartest people he knew.

The foundation aims to advance the field of medicine and broaden the arts by providing scholarships to qualifying juniors and seniors at universities in the South.

The Department of Art and Art History is honored to announce a generous donation to the department’s Diversity and Inclusion Scholars Program.

UAB was where communication studies alumna Megan Montgomery found her passion—and herself.

The Life-Long Learning Endowed Scholarship Honoring Ruth J. and Robert J. Colvin has been established in the departments of English and World Languages and Literatures that will support deserving students and relieve them of their financial pressures.

Jeanne Welch never really saw herself as college material. But a desire to help others, and an interest in mental health technology, helped her find her way to UAB.

The Dr. Larry Krannich Endowed Student Research Scholarship was established to recognize Dr. Krannich's decades of distinguished service to UAB and to provide opportunities for young scientists to gain valuable experience in the research environment.

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