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Gracie Garrett.

The Graduate School has launched another new series called "Meet Your Student Leaders." This series will provide graduate students and postdoctoral fellows an opportunity to get to know the students who run the various graduate student organizations.

Keyur Savla.

The Graduate School has launched another new series called "Meet Your Student Leaders." This series will provide graduate students and postdoctoral fellows an opportunity to get to know the students who run the various graduate student organizations.

Jessica V. Jasien.

The Graduate School has launched another new series called "Meet Your Student Leaders." This series will provide graduate students and postdoctoral fellows an opportunity to get to know the students who run the various graduate student organizations.

David Schneider headshot.

Embarking on the graduate school journey can be a challenging experience, but it helps if you understand the major players involved in that experience. This new series, "Link to Leadership," features Q&As with UAB's Graduate School leaders and an opportunity for graduate students and postdoctoral fellows to get to know these leaders on a deeper level.

Rashad Hayes.

The word “survivor” means many things to many people, but for 24-year-old Rashad Hayes it’s one more opportunity to make a difference in someone else’s life.

Laurence Black Hardgrove

The Graduate School has launched another new series called "Meet Your Student Leaders." This series will provide graduate students and postdoctoral fellows an opportunity to get to know the students who run the various graduate student organizations. Today's featured student leader is Laurence Black Hardgrove, vice president of the Graduate Student Government.

Nirzari Gupta

The Graduate School has launched another new series called "Meet Your Student Leaders." This series will provide graduate students and postdoctoral fellows an opportunity to get to know the students who run the various graduate student organizations. This week's featured student leader is Nirzari Gupta, president of the Graduate Student Government.

Lisa Schwiebert headshot.

Embarking on the graduate school journey can be a challenging experience, but it helps if you understand the major players involved in that experience. This new series, "Link to Leadership," features Q&As with UAB's Graduate School leaders and an opportunity for graduate students and postdoctoral fellows to get to know these leaders on a deeper level.

Graduate Student Government logo.

The Graduate Student Government (GSG) is an organization designed to promote and protect the interest of all graduate students, to provide a forum to express graduate student concerns on academic and nonacademic issues and to enhance the quality of education and research at the University of Alabama at Birmingham.

Graduate Summer Recruitment Fair poster.

The UAB Graduate School will hold its Graduate Program Summer Recruitment Fair on Friday, July 6. Event attendees will have an opportunity to learn more about UAB's 55 masters and 40 doctoral programs and ask questions of program representatives. There will also be some fun giveaways.