Campus & Community
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
The online Master of Public Health program at UAB was included as one of the best in the nation in a list by
Peace ethology book promotes the systemic study of peace as a behavior.
This week at UAB, the Gurney Derby and building decoration contest help ramp up excitement for Saturday's Homecoming game while the Staff Council makes ready for next week's campuswide picnic.
Participating campers can explore a variety of fun activities while out of school during the day camps.
Grant aims to help remove barriers to child care access that face many parents who are also college students.
This week at UAB, it's about homecoming, heartfelt hilarity and hope and healing.
Students and staff from UAB will compete against athletes from the Lakeshore Foundation in the seventh annual Wheelchair Flag Football game.
The tournament is designed to bring the people of Birmingham together for a friendly competition to benefit the school’s Junior Advisory Board Scholarship program.
The School of Nursing’s Master and Doctor of Nursing Practice programs are ranked eighth in the nation, with two graduate specialties ranked among the top 10 and two among the top 15 in the country.
Auction items this year include Blazer athletics experience packages, beach house stays, fine dining, holiday meals and more.
UAB diversity programs and initiatives create an environment where everyone has an opportunity to succeed.
This week at UAB, it's about taking time. Time to get your flu shot. Time to see life from another's vantage point. And a place to find how to spend your time enjoying all campus has to offer.
A UAB soccer player developed a sweet friendship with a young patient from Children’s of Alabama.
Students gain social media experience by networking with peers, professionals and companies through interactive ecosystem.
Homecoming Week 2018 highlights include a free comedy show, the famed Gurney Derby, a Hoops Season Tip-Off and UAB Football vs. North Texas.
Harlem in the ’Ham will benefit Healthy Happy Kids, the MHRC’s childhood obesity intervention.
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