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The University of Alabama at Birmingham’s Department of History is offering two $5,000 scholarships to deserving students who transfer from another college to major in history at UAB. Scholarship applicants should demonstrate academic promise and a commitment to the study of history.

As a qualitative researcher, Heith Copes, Ph.D., interviews and observes people to learn about and better understand the nuances of their lives and communities. He first developed an interest in this form of research during his time as a graduate student at the University of Tennessee.

The University of Alabama at Birmingham’s College of Arts and Sciences offers faculty a range of awards and grant opportunities to advance their research and scholarship and recognize their achievements.

Two award-winning graduates of the University of Alabama at Birmingham’s public relations (PR) program are getting ready to apply their skills and knowledge in the real world.

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

The contest is motivated by the desire to help in the development of the next generation of mathematical talent in Alabama.

Junior Alexandra “Lexie” Woolums will be a member of the Obama-Chesky Scholarship for Public Service's inaugural class of just 100 students.

November 08, 2022

Price thrives on collaboration

While growing up in Central Alabama, William Price, D.M.A., relished opportunities to collaborate with his fellow students and friends on musical projects.

Read the 2022 issue of Arts & Sciences magazine featuring stories on the UAB TRIP Lab, Alabama Poet Laureate Ashley M. Jones, plus updates from the 2021-2022 academic year.

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.

This spring, public relations students from UAB took home an astounding number of awards at the annual conference for the Public Relations Council of Alabama.

Dr. Yuliang Zheng shares impressive updates about the Department of Computer Science.

The UAB Department of Psychology is behind the wheel of an innovative research program designed to study driver behavior.

Creative people often seek out safe spaces where they can express themselves and connect with others.

Throughout the spring, George Liber served as UAB's expert on the war in Ukraine.

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

Before applying for Ph.D. programs, prospective students often weigh several factors and priorities.

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.

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