The award recognizes those who develop and nurture working relationships between faculty and staff across the UAB campus.

Faculty who sign up to serve as a judge will receive a t-shirt, free coffee and doughnuts, and get to meet some impressive UAB undergraduate researchers.

Faculty teaching courses this semester can access grade posting by logging into BlazerNET with your BlazerID and password.

Beginning this semester, faculty will be able to pull grades directly into Banner from Canvas. Some advance set up is required.

The “Grow With Canvas” conference will provide two days of panel discussions and training sessions geared toward UAB faculty.

The short survey designed to get you to think about the commercial possibilities of your research.

The event, originally scheduled for March, has been postponed until early fall. A new date has not yet been set.

The UAB Administration is encouraging Departments to provide flexibility for employees who wish to attend the games. There's even a tongue-in-cheek work absense excuse note you can print.

Dr. Lobsang Sangay will speak on questions of human rights and the political and cultural importance of Tibet.

Faculty interested in using i>clicker should request an instructor kit from UAB eLearning.

Faculty will self-publish their courses, rather than the system automatically publishing all courses on the first day of class.

The award recognizes UAB faculty who have rendered outstanding service to the Birmingham community.

This year's finalists include Birmingham Public Library, ¡HICA! The Hispanic Interest Coalition of Alabama, and Red Mountain Park.

You can access grade posting by logging into BlazerNET with your BlazerID and password.

Effective October 19, Blazer Express will not be able to access the bus stop on University Boulevard between Volker Hall and the Hill Student Center.

98 UAB faculty members received promotions, and 39 were awarded tenure.

Fall 2015 B Term courses in Canvas will automatically publish on October 15.

An academically diverse group of innovative UAB educators enter this one-year fellowship.

The Survey Research Unit (SRU) and the Center for the Study of Community Health will fund up to 4 survey project proposals for a total of $20,000. Submit project proposals by June 20, 2015.

See detailed instructions within for the online grade submission process.

Missed classes from Tuesday or Thursday mornings this semester may be made up on Saturday, April 11, at the discretion of instructors.

UAB faculty and staff may purchase tickets for $20 online by using the promotional code: WELOVEUAB.

The event recognizes recipients of the President’s Award for Excellence in Teaching, the Odessa Woolfolk Community Service Award, and the Ellen Gregg Ingalls/UAB National Alumni Society Award for Lifetime Achievement in Teaching.

The presentation covers topics including organizing the committee, developing the job description, advertising, reviewing candidates, and more.

The Office of the Senior Vice Provost is sponsoring a roundtable discussion of experiences preparing for and going through the promotion and tenure process.

Instructors of all undergraduate courses should review their class rosters and submit early alerts for their students at several critical points each semester.

At UAB Service Learning's Campus-Community Speed Matching event, Birmingham community nonprofits pitch their most interesting and challenging projects in 5 minutes to rotating groups.

The award recognizes UAB faculty who have rendered outstanding service in the Birmingham community. The deadline for nominations is February 25.

Students will present community-engaged projects at the Campus Recreation Center on December 3, 2014.

The Online Learning Consortium is celebrating its members with three Google Hangouts focused on colleges, leadership and competency based learning.

The address is set for 4 p.m. Wednesday, October 29 at the UAB Alumni House.

Dr. David Chaplin will present a workshop titled “What the Center for Clinical and Translational Science (CCTS) Can Do For You” on October 22.

Dr. Kathy Nugent will present a workshop on the UAB Institute for Innovation and Entrepreneurship on October 16.

Faculty, staff, and student participation is sought for the Web Conferencing Evaluation Project.

Early alerts allow instructors to notify students about academic performance, attendance, and other related issues in courses.

The program is a one-year fellowship structured around a series of workshops exploring theories, implementation strategies, assessment, and the integration of service learning across disciplines.

The recipient of this prestigious annual award will receive a $5,000 award and will be the keynote speaker at the DFL reception to be held in their honor.

Grades for 14-Week, 10-Week, and B Session must be submitted online by 10 a.m. Tuesday, August 12.

UAB's Physical Education program has changed its name to Kinesiology, and courses now will carry a KIN prefix to reflect the program's name change.

Grades for Spring Semseter 2014 must be submitted online by 11:59 p.m. on Monday, April 28th.

Please mark your calendar to attend this special event on Wednesday, April 2, 2014, to congratulate all of this year’s award winners!

Select a day and time to participate in hands-on tool-specific training which will begin in mid-April.

The event brings faculty and staff members from each of the UA campuses together to explore best practices and new ideas for technology in our teaching, learning, and research.

Saturday, April 12 and Saturday April 19 have been designated as official university classroom makeup days for those classes that need to conduct face-to-face makeup sessions.

The Wednesday, February 12th, All-Campus Faculty Gathering has been postponed due to the possibility of weather issues.

Junior faculty are encouraged to attend the poster session for the 2012-2013 Faculty Development Grant Program(FDGP)co-hosted by The Office of the Provost and the Faculty Senate.

New UAB students are encouraged to review the Freshman Discussion media package and to participate in the corresponding events.

Five exceptional and dedicated faculty members are selected.