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The NCHPAD has had a nationwide impact promoting the health, wellness and inclusion of people with disabilities into all areas of life.
UAB now enrolling students in the Master of Science degree in artificial intelligence in medicine.
The University of Alabama at Birmingham will hold its summer Service Learning and Undergraduate Research Expo from July 22-26.
UAB’s strategic planning continues to blaze its path to improve more lives by leveraging construction projects that include new and enhanced facilities across the institution, blooming green spaces and art installations.
The UAB Volleyball program is offering five opportunities for students of a variety of ages to take their game to the next level.
Two UAB Department of Physics graduates have been awarded prestigious National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowships.
The Region 9 Murrow Award honors include the highest award given, Overall Excellence, for WBHM, which together with Gulf States Newsroom won in 14 of 23 categories.
Studying abroad as a Gilman Scholar helps students gain professional skills, build language proficiencies and develop knowledgeable perspectives of the world to help them succeed in their careers.
With more than 3,300 residents living in East Lake, Live HealthSmart Alabama hopes to encourage a healthier lifestyle by providing safe spaces for them to get outside.
The CLA was made possible with support from Coca-Cola United, whose generous donation of $250,000 funded LHSA’s pilot academy.
The Green Labs and Rheaply programs at UAB earned a Department of Energy Better Practice Awards honor — one of only two universities to receive the award. Another recognition brings pro bono consulting on electrification of Blazer Express.
UAB professors and teacher candidates provide guidance on the selection of book titles along with additional family resources to support reading.
The name change will better reflect the diverse areas of expertise and academic programs the school offers. 
The exercise is part of the department’s ongoing efforts to train, as well as test and evaluate, the university’s ability to respond to an active shooter incident.
The UAB School of Engineering will host two 2024 summer camps.
Awards and honors continue for the PRCA/PRSSA at UAB chapter, where students put their classroom learning into real-world practice, preparing them for careers and vaulting them into the professional world.

The new state-of-the-art facility offers accessible, on-campus early childhood education and child care for UAB employees at discounted prices.

With a passion for health care, Sarah Ashouri learned that two degrees were not enough to provide the patient care she genuinely deserved to give.
School of Nursing student Emily Fonville quickly learned the UAB family is committed to helping each other achieve their purpose after her longtime health issues challenged her education.
Sarah Haas’ childhood experiences in hospitals with her grandmother inspired her passion for medicine and influenced the focus of her thesis on cancer.
This semester, at least 2,963 students are eligible to graduate, and more than 1,871 students are expected to walk in the three ceremonies in Bartow Arena.
The UAB Center for Community Outreach Development RACE21 program has equipped seniors James Walts and Sarah Elimam with years of lab and youth outreach experience to become well-rounded researchers of the future.
The Goldwater Program received 1,353 nominations from 446 institutions this year, and the winners will receive a scholarship covering tuition, housing, fees and books.
Heersink family establishes three endowed scholarships for health professions, optometry and pre-optometry students.  
The annual race will be held Saturday, May 18, at Railroad Park. A virtual option will be offered this year.
UAB graduate student discovered an educational need for children’s books about how local African American heroes sprang to action.
Give As One is 48 hours of collaborative fundraising to support UAB’s students, faculty and community. Give As One amplifies the power of any size gift through matches and challenges from generous donors.
Members of the Birmingham community can receive access to biometric and cancer screenings during the first Regional Wellness Day. 
A bone marrow donor registration and a panel discussion will be available to all attendees before the screening of the documentary. 
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