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UAB application fees will be waived from Oct. 18-22 for students looking to apply for higher education.
The Magic City Data Collective, a public-private partnership, brings together local students, researchers and data experts in project teams to provide the information Birmingham leaders need to move the Magic City forward.

Live HealthSmart Alabama has partnered with local businesses, organizations and community members to bring vivid and abstract murals to the Kingston and Titusville communities.

This year’s theme is “We Built This City on Green & Gold.” Highlights include the new gurney derby competition: Gurneys on the Green, Homecoming Parade and UAB Football versus Rice at the new Protective Stadium, at 2:30 p.m. Oct. 23.
UAB’s 2021 census data reflects the largest and most diverse first-time freshman cohort in school history.
The month long series of events is designed to give health care workers a chance for reflection as the pandemic approaches the two-year mark.
2021 UAB Medicine Excellence Awards winners will be honored by athletics on the field on Saturday.
Samiksha Raut, Ph.D., associate professor of biology at UAB, is beginning a two-year fellowship where she will undergo leadership training with the intent of positively impacting underrepresented leaders in the field of STEM.
Record $95 million Heersink lead gift to advance strategic growth and biomedical innovation.

Network with faculty and staff and discover UAB’s graduate programs at the fair, Wednesday, Oct. 6, in the Hill Student Center.

The annual HEED Award is a national honor recognizing United States colleges and universities that demonstrate an outstanding commitment to diversity and inclusion.
UAB School of Education students and faculty spent time reading and engaging with local area elementary school students in celebration of literacy advocacy.
Join UAB Football and Blazer fans at the team’s first home game Oct. 2 at the new Protective Stadium.   
Live HealthSmart Alabama will host a ribbon cutting event Sept. 20, to celebrate phase one improvements in the Titusville community.
COVID-19 vaccines will be available through the JCDH at UAB’s first home football game.
Blazer Kitchen’s mission is to increase food security in the UAB community by providing healthy food, resources and referrals to UAB employees, students, patients and their families.
UAB’s School of Nursing is recognized by U.S. News & World Report in its most recent rankings list.
A UAB College of Arts and Sciences alumna has been named the 12th Alabama state poet laureate.
This partnership will help make recreational sports safer for children across the state.
Health Promoting Universities are an international community that aspires to transform the health and sustainability of current and future societies, strengthen communities, and contribute to the well-being of people, places and the planet.
The fourth in a series of panel discussions will provide up-to-date information on COVID-19 from UAB experts.
Collat’s Jamey Worrell handcrafted a new stand for the UAB Mace, using skills taught by his woodworker father and locally sourced wood that represents some of the university’s best qualities: strength, resilience, knowledge and passion.
UAB’s newest academic building, located in the heart of campus, will serve College of Arts and Sciences faculty, staff and students.
Live HealthSmart Alabama is expanding its footprint throughout the Birmingham area and will extend its model beyond Birmingham to other Alabama communities.
NBA basketball legend Charles Barkley brings his plea for widespread vaccination against COVID-19 to a vaccine rally on Saturday, Aug. 28 at Legion Field.
The second in a series of panel discussions will provide up-to-date information on COVID-19 from UAB experts.
Students, faculty and staff celebrated the first anniversary of UAB’s new Honors College building with a ribbon-cutting ceremony.
The Radio Television Digital News Association’s Edward R. Murrow Awards are among the most prestigious in broadcast and digital news.

Christina J. Glenn is the first Doctor of Public Health with a concentration in biostatistics graduate from UAB’s School of Public Health.

Ramona Bonner is earning her fifth degree 35 years after receiving her first one, all while fighting COVID-19 in rural Alabama.
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