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A new series of multilingual video animations developed by researchers in the College of Arts and Sciences helps kids around the world connect to science.
Two endowed funds named in honor of UAB engineering pioneer Martha Bidez will help to maintain her legacy of making the world a safer place.
UAB’s School of Engineering and Collat School of Business are partnering to advance business skills and knowledge of engineers.
Participating campers can explore a variety of fun activities while out of school during the one-day camp.
Grab the kids and head to UAB’s next home football game for a day of family-filled memories.
Large-scale quantitative analysis details the rise of anti-Semitism and how anti-Semitic content flows across mainstream and fringe web communities.
This week at UAB, student enrollment hits a new high, UAB Football plans to lift up kids at Children's Harbor in an upcoming game and a giant colon was served up — with coffee.
UAB’s student body is approaching 22,000 students, with growth reported in honors, out-of-state and dual-enrollment programs — all while retention numbers continue to climb.
Starting this fall, selected digital forensics majors could receive up to $4,000 toward tuition in addition to job and internship search support.
A world-renowned clinical researcher will discuss the role of biology, psychology and social influences in relation to chronic pain.
Center for Exercise Medicine’s Science Communication Workshop features Alex Hutchinson, Ph.D., and UAB experts in the fields of science and communication.
This week at UAB, the talk was about ancient Eqyptians, Blazer Basketball's charity exhibition and the need for emergency preparedness.
“Critical Conversations: Amplifying the Voices and Echoes of #MeToo” is part of a civic forum series at UAB.
UAB faculty, staff and students volunteer to provide middle school and high school students in the Black Belt with tutoring and mentoring to help achieve educational goals.
The first Southeast Institute for Innovation in Palliative and Supportive Care Summit will be held Nov. 1-2.
The UAB Institute for Human Rights hosts world-renowned leaders to discuss human rights issues with students, faculty and staff.
This week at UAB, the newly renovated and expanded School of Nursing opens, students find ways to get involved and Theatre UAB prepares for the curtain to go up.
Online master’s programs in the School of Education are among the best in the country.
UAB Graduate School students will explain new research discoveries to the community during a free monthly speaker series at Ghost Train Brewery.
The School of Education is offering free English conversation classes for faculty, staff, students and the Birmingham community.
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