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UAB School of Medicine art show entries are being offered in a silent auction to benefit a local childhood cancers and blood disorders initiative.  
Nwigwe, a self-described “first-generation-Nigerian kid from Alief,” near Houston, will perform at the UAB International Festival on March 30.
UAB’s School of Nursing has partnered with the World Health Organization Collaborating Center at the University of West Indies–Mona in Kingston, Jamaica, to improve nurse training.
Donations will benefit My Sister’s Closet, an outreach program of the YWCA of Central Alabama.
UAB African American Studies will be sponsoring Nikki Giovanni at the Spring Colloquium, where she will share her poetry and advice as an educator and activist.
Magic City Cycliad, a community cycling event, will be held March 23 in Birmingham to benefit cancer patients at the O’Neal Comprehensive Cancer Center at UAB.
Enhanced technologies at UAB’s Lister Hill Library allow education and research to be conducted in a virtual space by students, faculty and staff.
New doctors finishing medical school find out where they will do their advanced residency training Friday at Match Day.
Award-winning linguist David J. Peterson will delve into the art of creating artificial languages with the UAB community.
U.S. News & World Report ranking features a number of UAB programs ranked in the top 25, including a School of Health Professions’ master’s program at No. 1.
Performances include rapper Tobe Nwigwe, Panamanian hip-hop group Los Rakas, American-Palestinian choreographer Janelle Issis and dance company Step Afrika. 
The UAB Department of Social Work has received accreditation for its innovative Master of Social Work program.
UAB is recognized by the National Arbor Day Foundation as a Tree Campus USA for the fifth year.
“A champion for women,” national political strategist and CNN political commentator Symone Sanders will discuss three key steps to becoming more involved with social issues.
Presented by the American Advertising Federation of Birmingham, the ADDY Awards are the advertising industry’s largest and most representative competition.
A child’s development comes from the ability to read and the development of motor skills through physical activity, both of which can be used in classroom settings.
INSIGHT Into Diversity Magazine awards UAB for its diversity and inclusion across campus.
Rice University professor Rebecca Richards-Kortum will visit UAB to discuss, lecture and inspire the next generation of women to reach for their desired goals.
Tina Mozelle Braziel and Ashley M. Jones are 2019 Alabama State Council on the Arts literary fellows, creative writing educators, alumnae of UAB and national award-winning poets.
“Say It in 6” invites students, faculty and staff to use only six words and a visual aid to tell their story.
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