Interested in Graduate education? Join the UAB Graduate School for the pdfGraduate Program Recruitment Fair. You will have the chance to network with faculty and staff from programs across the UAB campus.

Still trying to figure out if Graduate School is right for you? The representatives will be there to answer all of your questions and determine the program that is perfect for you and will propel you to the next level in your career. You will not want to miss this.

The first five students to check in with each school will receive a Grad School swag bag so make plans to arrive early. Be sure to check out the schedule below to learn when your school/program will be available.

In addition, the Graduate School will host four virtual workshops that will help better prepare students for the application process. These workshops will be held from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Monday, October 4. Registration is required for the workshops. You can find more information about the workshops and register here

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October 6, 2021
10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. (see schedule below)

Schedule

Wednesday, October 6, 2021

  • 10:00 - 11:00 a.m.
    School of Public Health (Ballrooms A & B)
    School of Nursing (Ballrooms C & D)
    School of Health Professions (meeting rooms 312, 314, 316, and 318)
  • 11:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
    College of Arts and Sciences (Arts - Ballrooms A & B; Sciences - Ballrooms C & D)
    School of Education (meeting rooms 312, 314, 316, and 318)
  • 1:00 - 2:00 p.m.
    School of Engineering (Ballrooms A & B)
    Collat School of Business (Ballrooms C & D)
    Office of Professional Studies and Experential Learning (meeting room 312)
    Graduate School (meeting room 314)
    Graduate student organizations (meeting rooms 316 and 318)
  • 2:30 - 3:30 p.m.
    School of Medicine and Physician Scientist Development Office (Ballrooms A & B)
    Graduate Biomedical Sciences and Multidisciplinary Science (Ballrooms C & D)
    School of Dentistry (meeting rooms 312 and 314)
    School of Optometry (meeting rooms 316 and 318)

Participating Programs / Organizations

Graduate School

Graduate Admissions
Graduate Professional Development and CIRTL
MS in Multidisciplinary Biomedical Science
LEAD Certificate
MA/MS in Interdisciplinary Graduate Studies

College of Arts and Sciences

CAS Recruitment and Scholarship
Biology
Physics
Computer Science
Master of Public Administration
Art and Art History
Psychology
Online Applied Sociology
Medical Sociology
Criminal Justice and Forensic Science
Anthropology of Peace and Human Rights Communications Management
History
English

Graduate Biomedical Sciences

Biochemistry and Structural Biology
Cancer Biology
Cell, Molecular, and Developmental Biology
Genetics, Genomics, and Bioinformatics
Immunology
Microbiology
Neuroscience
Pathobiology, Pharmacology, and Physiology

School of Business

Business Administration (M.B.A.)
Information Systems (MSIS)
Master of Accounting (Mac)

School of Dentistry

DMD
DMD/PhD, DMD/MBA

School of Education

Recruitment, Scholarship and Engagement
Exercise Science
Education Leadership
Education in Diverse Populations
Higher Education Administration
Counseling
Community Health/Human Services
Elementary Education/Early Childhood Education (AMP and Traditional)
Secondary Education (AMP and Traditional)
Special Education
ESL

School of Engineering

Biomedical Engineering
Civil Engineering
Electrical & Computer Engineering
Computer Engineering
Engineering Management
Interdisciplinary Engineering
Neuroengineering
Materials Engineering
Materials Science
Mechanical Engineering

School of Health Professions

School of Health Professions Recruitment
Biomedical and Health Sciences
Biotechnology
Clinical Laboratory Sciences
Genetic Counseling
Health Informatics
Health Physics
Nuclear Medicine Technology
Nutrition Sciences
Occupational Therapy
Physical Therapy
Simulation

School of Medicine

Medical Scientist Training Program
Medical School

School of Nursing

Nursing (Ph.D.; D.N.P.; M.S.N.; A.M.N.P)

School of Optometry

Vision Science
Professional OD program

School of Public Health

Biostatistics
Population Health and Coordinated Degree Programs
Environmental Health Sciences
Epidemiology
Health Behavior
Health Care Organization and Policy

Who should attend?

Any and all students and professionals interested in pursuing graduate education or professional school (such as medical, optometry or nursing programs) should attend the Graduate Program Recruitment Fair. It is an opportunity to explore your options and determine which UAB program can help you achieve your academic and career goals. It is never too early to start planning; if you're a sophomore or beyond, start now. This is the perfect way to dip your toes into the world of graduate education.

Why should you attend?

Learn: Have your questions answered quickly and thoroughly. The fair provides the perfect opportunity to ask about all aspects of a graduate or professional program, from mentoring and lab space to research opportunities. You can explore a number of different programs, including those that may not be on your list.

Network: At the fair, you will have the chance to interact with program directors, faculty, students, and staff from more than 50 UAB graduate and professional programs. Relationships are the catalyst for success, and networking allows you the time to develop these valuable relationships that could benefit you over the life of your career.

Explore: There are lots of fun things to do in Birmingham. We encourage you to plan your trip to include more than just your visit to UAB's fair. Shopping, music, history, award-winning food and picturesque parks - there's plenty to explore!

Tips for Attending a Virtual Fair

  • Research the schools and programs represented ahead of time, and prepare questions to ask the faculty and staff attending.
  • Put your best foot forward by creating a resume, and bring multiple copies with you to leave with the representatives of the programs that interest you most.
  • Are you ready to answer questions from our faculty and staff? Think about and rehearse answers to common questions that you can anticipate.
  • Remember a good first impression is important. Dress casually, but appropriately for the fair.