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UAB junior Kimberly Everett is a 2011 Harry S. Truman Scholar, one of just 60 chosen from around the country.

Antarctica is a “canary in the coal mine,” says UAB’s James McClintock and colleagues in recent review paper.

UAB joins national consortium to teach lessons along the Camino de Santiago.
Taking on hot-button issues, future doctors bring home national championship in their first try

Class of 2011 commits strongly to the primary care fields in Alabama and the Southeast.

UAB's graduate programs are again ranked among the best in the nation.

Two undergraduate biology majors from UAB’s College of Arts and Sciences have been granted $35,000 United Negro College Fund Merck Science Research Scholarships, awards that may provide another $10,000 for the students’ UAB research laboratories.

A group of Birmingham-area community advisors and young professionals make up this year's Leadership UAB class.

UAB science and technology students take the lead in hosting a regional science competition to showcase the campus, its programs and labs.

Weight-room manager Joe Henry is running 500 miles to raise $100,000 — and awareness for Universities Fighting World Hunger.

Joe Henry is planning to run 500 miles to raise $100 for the United Nations World Food Program.

UAB President Carol Z. Garrison recently honored six UAB community leaders during the 2011 President's Awards for Diversity.

Kseniia Polstiankina is one of seven national finalists who will compete at the Music Teachers National Association Young Artist Piano Competition

Researchers in the School of Engineering have created a more effective way to grow human cells and tissue in the laboratory.

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