Campus & Community - News

Explore hunger on a local and global scale at the Hunger Banquet on Nov. 21.

UAB’s Ethics Bowl team wins regional competition, headed to nationals.

UAB scientist Timothy Nagy will race to raise funds for the UAB Comprehensive Cancer Center on Nov. 19-20.

PurpleStride Birmingham will raise funds during Pancreatic Cancer Awareness Month on Nov. 12.

UAB senior Lauren McCarthy has been named Student of the Year by a statewide organization.

UAB Honors program students won first place in three categories at a national honors conference

UAB Collat School of Business alumnus Joshua Carpenter is a Rhodes Scholarship finalst.

Simbeck of Killen and Hossain of Gadsden will each receive $2,500 scholarships.

The UAB School of Dentistry won the Homecoming Week race for the second year in a row.

UAB’s internal medicine residency program has been named in honor of Tinsley Harrison.

Know Your Status will offer free HIV and STD screenings Nov. 9.

American hikers held captive in Iran to give first college lecture at UAB.

Bring your gently used clothing to the annual Suits 4 Success clothing drive, providing dis-advantaged women with appropriate clothing to re-enter the work force.

Ten UAB students will be in the running for the title of Mr. and Ms. UAB.

UAB Health System and Cigna have announced a two-year network partnership to begin Jan. 1, 2012.

From a group of 18 young women, Elisabeth Chramer of Trussville was selected as the 2012 Miss UAB and awarded more than $2,000 in scholarships.

The UAB Comprehensive Cancer Center will host three lung cancer seminars in November.

Emma Donoghue's Room: A Novel will be the discussion of November's BookTalk.

Learn more about graduate school options at UAB on Oct. 27.

Public auction at University Stores Warehouse Nov. 9.

A UAB nursing doctoral student has been named to a national scholars program.

Two UAB hospitals were cited in WomenCertified's top 100 hospitals for female patient satisfaction.
Each Friday Theatre UAB students hit the road to perform traveling shows in the community, teaching and learning at the same time.
2011 State of the University address will be held Oct. 20.

The Reynolds Historical Lecture series will present Science, Identity and Southern Medicine: Spurious Vaccination during the American Civil War, 1861-1865.

The second UAB Center for Aging Dancing with the Silver Stars will be held Nov. 7 at The Club.

UAB's Addiction Recovery Program will host a family education seminar.
Retired UAB professor Horace Huntley, Ph.D., will discuss his book on the history of the Civil Rights Movement in Birmingham.

Birmingham-area Jim 'N Nick's restaurants will host the Angel Squad to recognize National Mammography Day.

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