Campus & Community
Jared Sluss hopes to use prize money to establish a nonprofit organization that helps those who are homeless find a home.
The lecture is part of the Jemison Lecture Series and is presented by the Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures.
The Healthcare Leadership Academy aims to improve the care provided at UAB Hospital.
UAB students advance to next level of debates after four-round winning streak at the Southeast Regionals in Jacksonville, Florida.
Pens, pencils, backpacks, paper and other school supplies can be dropped off in Suite 126 of the UAB Education Building.
This week is about going bigger: A new residence hall for a growing student body. A plan to be a leader in sustainable practices. And following up a division title with a eye for a win at Texas A&M Saturday.
Students are ready to pitch their businesses following the latest Commercialization Accelerator cohort.
New residence hall will become UAB’s first Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design Silver building.
Celebrate lung health and tobacco-free living and enjoy a free cup of coffee from the Dunkin’ Donuts Coffee Bar from 7-9 a.m. Nov. 15 at The Kirklin Clinic corner at 20th Street.
An emphasis on community engagement, clean energy, grounds, waste management and more will help ensure UAB is an even better steward of financial and environmental resources and institutional role model.
Some 130 public research universities and systems pledge to work collaboratively to increase college access and eliminate the achievement gap.
A panel of Birmingham religious leaders will participate in a campuswide civic forum.
The annual wreath-laying ceremony, hospital celebration and potentially historic UAB football game are all part of Veteran’s Day weekend.
This week, UAB focused on giving back with it's fifth Habitat home; the university topped $500 million in research funding awards; and Blazers leave messages of support for veterans at uab.edu/thankavet
This event features speakers’ providing insight and best practices for an array of topics, such as health disparities and health literacy, the opioid crisis, the undermanaged impact of employee obesity, and the value of a financially healthy workforce.
UAB has been designated as an Innovation and Economic Prosperity University by the Association of Public Land-grant Universities.
A company founded by two UAB students continues to find success through entrepreneur competition.
The project is funded by the UAB Benevolent Fund, the employee charitable arm of UAB.
For the fifth consecutive year, UAB Medicine has earned “Most Wired” status for use of information technology in improving patient care.
This week, UAB's successes were highlighted in the president's annual address, Dentistry offered free care in the community and students got to trick-or-treat with nonprofit agencies.
Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion’s Film and Speaker Series features legal scholar to discuss influence of United States laws and treaties on indigenous people.
A summer learning program from UAB and HudsonAlpha will help boost the ranks of underrepresented minorities in genomics.
Racist and hateful memes are being spread by fringe web communities, with 4chan’s /pol/ and The_Donald playing major roles in influencing mainstream communities.
Watts celebrates milestone year by praising students, faculty and staff who are powered by the will to push frontiers across all disciplines and in all pillars of UAB’s mission.
A new Spanish concentration complements studies of everything from business management to education or nursing and more.
Researchers at UAB now have access to the newly established Innovation Fund for early-stage discoveries.
The Eastwood home was built by 523 UAB volunteers who gave nearly 2,000 man-hours.
This week, UAB announced a new visitation policy for the Womens and Infants Center during flu season, a psychologist discussed the emotional impacts in the wake of a hurricane and UAB's president talked about a bright future during the annual Staff picnic on the Green.
The one-day crowdfunding campaign will raise money for Blazer Kitchen, the on-campus food bank that serves students, employees and patients in need.
The Blazer Bolt for Brain Cancer boasts record attendance as it raises money for brain tumor research
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