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Climate change experts join forces to talk about sustainability in business and faith communities.

Join the UAB Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion for a community town hall on the history of societal control.

Despite an extensive footprint, UAB remains among the lowest in incidents of reported sex-related offenses, robbery and burglary in comparison to other urban and non-urban universities with more than 16,000 students.
Students will have the opportunity to learn about a variety of social justice issues and what they can do to get involved on their campuses.

Smithsonian research scientist will speak about ancient nutrition evolution at Darwin Day.

Online programs in education, MBA and business make significant gains in “Best” Online Programs rankings.
Volunteers from UAB and the city of Birmingham will join in service Monday, Jan. 20, to honor Martin Luther King Jr.
Qualifying Birmingham City School graduates will be able to attend UAB with a full tuition scholarship through a partnership with the Birmingham Promise.
Day camps at UAB provide working parents child care opportunities while school is out of session.
“Ablaze: A Community of Light” is canceled due to rain but many elements of the festival, including the lanterns and lights, will be incorporated into the April 4 International Festival.

Three experts will be ready to help with your questions on health, exercise and following through on your New Year’s goals.

A LEAD certification in leadership and professional development is now offered in the UAB Graduate School.
UAB’s Office for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion is accepting submissions for the third annual “Word from the Mountaintop” MLK Oratory Contest.

Educational and economic opportunities in central Alabama are enhanced by new microscope available for research.  

Tips for making the holiday season more sustainable.  

UAB Police Chief will serve as president of CALEA, which maintains a body of standards to consistently improve accreditation management in law enforcement.
Approximately 1,577 students will graduate from UAB this fall, and an estimated 850 will participate in commencement ceremonies.
UAB honored Joseph Appleton, Ph.D., after his passing in January 2019.
UAB is working collaboratively with nine other Alabama universities to assess food security among college students, and to ensure all students have access to affordable, nourishing food.
Two $5,000 grants from Alabama Power will be awarded to UAB students for their innovative research.   
Fouad’s winning UAB Grand Challenge proposal is a comprehensive approach to addressing Alabama’s complex health problems and includes 90 partners on her team from communities, government, business, education and more.
For UAB’s 50th anniversary, faculty, staff and students are focused on serving the Greater Birmingham community through 50 Acts of Service.    
A new podcast shares the memories of the UAB community.   
Feed the hungry in the UAB community by giving to Blazers Against Hunger, a one-day crowdfunding campaign to raise money for the Blazer Kitchen food pantry.
The UAB Collat School of Business launches an entrepreneurial competition that awards student teams with cash prizes.
Day camps at UAB provide working parents child care opportunities while school is out of session.
UAB students will provide a hands on learning experience to families of Hemphill Elementary.
Students and staff are invited to hear guest speaker, Alexandra Zapruder, discuss life during the Holocaust on Nov. 7.
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