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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.

The Reynolds Historical Lecture will focus on the conspiracy to assassinate Lincoln.

UAB professor competes as an amateur dance champion and now her students want to do the same.

Nursing schools team to engage alumni in meaningful dialogue about the changing role of nurses in disease prevention and coordination of health care.

Oral histories of life in a Birmingham landmark will be presented Jan. 26.

Community Week International Bazaar will be Jan. 25.

UAB graduate will lead the U.S. prison system.

Former Army Lt. Dan Choi was discharged from the military when he announced that he is gay.

Coach Bartow created UAB’s athletics program and led the basketball team to seven consecutive NCAA tournaments.

A UAB alum's engineering research was honored by an international professional association.

A national engineering society has awarded UAB a student chapter.

A student comes to UAB with a small-town outlook, leaves with a global perspective.

A doctoral student has won two awards that will help him continue his work in the UAB Youth Safety Lab.

Students compete against much larger programs and bring home first place for their performance in “The Burning Fiery Furnace.”

UAB’s African-American Studies program “breathed life” into 35-year-old Chernell Bizzell.

UAB and the Red Cross will host a six-day blood drive starting Dec. 12.

UAB students Hector DeSimone and Carrie Dunn are fall commencement speakers.

Egyptian national votes absentee, hopes revolution gains are not lost due to Islamist election victories.

McGee was Arkansas' offensive coordinator in the last two seasons.

UAB’s Nicholas Price will head to Dubai to study Arab culture
Margaux B. Gilliam, M.A., has received the Society of Pediatric Psychology student research award.

Several UAB schools hosted health-care professionals from Zambia and Malawi in November.

The UAB School of Engineering honors 40 engineers to celebrate its 40th anniversary.

UAB's cardiopulmonary rehab program has been reaccredited by a national peer-review association.

Carpenter, a Teach for America teacher and recent White House intern, will study the relationship between education and poverty.

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