Campus & Community
The popular No-Show Ball will feature a cooking class and demonstration from Birmingham chef Chris Hastings.
Honors College students, faculty and staff are welcomed back with a new building along the Campus Green.
Added instruction, clarity regarding positive COVID-19 exposures highlight app improvements
Join UAB’s Institute for Human Rights for a Zoom Live discussion on mass incarceration policy in Alabama.
UAB Upward Bound students participated in a Birmingham Bar Foundation virtual “Resolve to Solve” series this summer, which helped them learn effective conflict resolution skills.
UAB tops 22,500 students for the first time, featuring its highest retention rates in the history of the university.
The HEED Award recognizes colleges and universities that demonstrate an outstanding commitment to diversity and inclusion throughout their campus; UAB is the only institution in Alabama to be honored with the annual award.
Trained teachers from the University of Alabama at Birmingham’s School of Education scored significantly above the state average this year, continuing a trend from past years.
The financial impact of COVID-19 has tremendously devastated the millennial generation following the previous decade’s recession.
The United States Special Operation Command Parachute Demonstration Team saluted front-line workers above the Campus Green.
Through the pioneering Gulf States Newsroom, NPR and public radio stations in Alabama, Mississippi and Louisiana share resources, plan together and deliver more reporting in areas with widening gaps in local news coverage.
A video display on hospital wall says thank you to health care workers at UAB.
UAB will conduct a national search to replace retiring Allen Bolton as senior vice president for Finance and Administration.
UAB has been recognized as a leading employer in the United States.
A new process for sanitizing buses — which exceeds CDC guidance for sanitization — will be used on UAB’s Blazer Express, making it Groome Transportation’s first fleet to receive the advanced technology.
In our university/non-clinical enterprise, UAB is aware of 148 students (0.67% of our student body) and 91 faculty and staff (1.5% of that total population) who tested positive in 2020. For the non-clinical enterprise, this is a total of 239 total positive cases this year.
UAB is partnering with local businesses to promote safety measures in fighting COVID-19 to keep Birmingham businesses and the university open.
Five coaches and 37 teachers attended a virtual summer learning program through the IMPACT-PD grant to learn how to best teach dual-language students.
UAB’s TRIO Student Support Services will receive a $5 million grant to help students increase academic success.
GuideSafeTM COVID-19 notification app, integrating Google and Apple’s ENS technology, now available for download among general public
The Center for Teaching and Learning and the Division of eLearning continue to offer training and support for faculty to best ensure an engaging learning environment.
This new initiative will promote an accommodating and positive experience for all guests and fans with a sensory issue that visits our clinics and hospital. 
Twelve of the College of Arts and Sciences’ Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures spring 2020 graduates qualified for the seal, with four earning working biliteracy, the highest level.
Learn about the impact on human rights and the rights to education during COVID-19.
In Sunday’s historic SpaceX crewed splashdown, two UAB-built freezers, a Polar and a Glacier, were on board the capsule.
The fund was created to provide emergency aid to more than 1,000 students. More students have been recommended for approval to receive assistance, but the funds aren’t available.
GuideSafe is the uniting platform/brand for ongoing communication about COVID-19 testing, tools and actions to promote a safe entry to higher education campuses and ongoing COVID-19 monitoring for students and the community at large.
CRC coordinator Kristina Canfield says one thing she has truly tried to communicate to students is that “we don’t have to isolate in isolation. We are still here, and we are still here to help.”
UAB public relations students earned a prestigious honor through the nationally recognized Public Relations Student Society of America.
UAB, one of 24 colleges and universities selected from across the United States, has been awarded the grant from the U.S. Department of State.
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