Campus & Community

UAB medical students excel at Match Day, when graduating seniors learn where and in what specialty they’ll do their residency training.

An exhibit at UAB delves deep into an unlikely partner in the study of medicine — fairy tales.

UAB’s AIDS program is ranked No. 9 in the nation among medical school specialties.

Pain researchers are invited to UAB's 2012 gathering.

UAB will host a workshop on European Union relations.

Gee was a businessman, teacher and mentor.

UAB's fifth recipient of the Critical Languages Scholarship in three years will study Chinese.

UAB Honors Program has 2 of 15 students chosen for national scholarship to conduct neuroscience and pharmacology research.

U.S. Surgeon General, a UAB alumna, brings her vision for a healthy and fit nation to campus March 1.

Events for kids and adults during Brain Awareness Week at the McWane Science Center.

Ebony Hinton will teach public school in Miami’s low-income area for two years.

New technology will make its debut at the School of Engineering Open House Feb. 26.

Works by School of Medicine students, residents and faculty will be on display through May 11.

UAB students are working to develop assays — like apps for an iPhone — for one of the nation’s leading biotechnology companies.

She explained the Mona Lisa’s smile. On March 13, neurobiologist Margaret Livingstone will explain “What Art Can Tell Us About The Brain.”

Birmingham leaders in business, non-profit and community service selected to become UAB ambassadors.

Educators and writers will come together March 3 for a conference.

The Women's Basketball team will raise awareness for breast cancer research on Feb. 19 against Marshall.

UAB students were honored for sound design, scene design and stage management at a regional theater festival.

The Birmingham Business Journal has named UAB’s Jamika Kirk to its list of Birmingham’s best and brightest, the “Top 40 under 40” for 2012.

Actress and theater director Tonea Stewart will speak in honor of Black History Month.

UAB accounting students will again partner with the United Way to offer free tax preparation services.

Young engineers test their mettle at floating concrete, but could use a little financial support to help launch the project.

Voted one of People magazine’s “Sexiest Men Alive,” Hill Harper has won six NAACP Image Awards.

HB 56’s impact on Alabama’s economy and demography will be presented by local, state and national experts on education, economics and policy and legislation.

UAB hosts international symposium to help Birmingham increase sustainability and become greener, healthier and smarter.

School of Engineering alum will lead a global firm.

Business school's business and accounting programs re-accredited by national association.

UAB students, faculty and staff pave the way for diversity in the areas of health, justice and education.

February's BookTalk title is a fantasy novel considered one of the great examples of the genre.

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