Campus & Community
UAB will host independent living specialist Darrel Christenson to discuss the intersection of accessible housing with inclusion, health and the role of visitability in real estate.
The focus of the seventh annual symposium will be on heart failure.
UAB School of Dentistry welcomes first-year students with ceremonious white coats.
Television, digital, print and other advertisements will showcase UAB’s unique passion for spurring innovation and spearheading change.
Seven films directed by UAB students and alumni will be featured at Birmingham’s Sidewalk Film Festival.
The new program, offered totally online, welcomes the first cohort of students in the 2018 fall semester.
The symposium puts a spotlight on interdisciplinary research at the University of Alabama at Birmingham.
This week is all about progress: Opening of the new UAB Police headquarters, mixing personal medicine and politics and revealing the beauty of Collat's "Steps to Success."
The 186 members of the class of 2022 will receive their traditional white coats Aug. 12.
The new 28,000-square-foot facility includes office space, a training room and an emergency call center.
In “The Overworked Shoes,” Barbie Randall tells the story of a couple whose busy lifestyle left little quality time for their family, and a strange encounter that would change their lives forever.
The Aug. 22 workshop will further explain what the grand challenge is and foster team formation for the development of grand proposals.
The UAB School of Dentistry is ranked among the world’s top 25 schools.
This week, UAB is on the move. Teens tackle dangerous driving habits in a simulator, a new Blazer-themed locomotive takes to the tracks and preparations are underway for summer commencement Aug. 10-11.
The Aug. 14 event will feature Birmingham Mayor Randall Woodfin, poet Ashley M. Jones and WBHM news director Gigi Douban.
UAB set to open four new facilities for students, faculty and staff, including the UAB Police and Public Safety Headquarters, Collat School of Business, Intramural and Club Sport Field Complex, and School of Nursing.
The new Family and Community Medicine Clinic will open July 31.

Birmingham residents should be on the lookout for the UAB locomotive.

This summer, an estimated 1,650 students will graduate from UAB.
The new program, inspired by inquiries from both practicing alumni and current occupational therapy students, is designed with post-professional students in mind.
This week is all about making strides. The UAB Kidney Chain passed 100 transplants. Students showcased their work in the summer EXPO. And football fans got a peek inside the upcoming season.
The Birmingham City Council Transportation Committee provides funding for the UAB TRIP Lab’s current driving safety community outreach efforts.
The Master of Public Health online degree ranked 15th and the Bachelor of Science in finance online degree ranked 26th by Great Value Colleges.
This week, high school students learn how to be cyber detectives, WBRC FOX6 pays it forward to an artist-in-residence on campus and two online degrees earn honors.
UAB will launch a new Bachelor of Science degree program in bioinformatics this fall.
UAB’s first Addiction Recovery symposium features thought leaders and inspirational stories.
A student-led startup company and product of the new UAB Commercialization Accelerator is profitable and moving into Innovation Depot.
Local companies are getting a boost from students in UAB’s Academic Small Business Alliance. The program matches students seeking career experience with companies needing additional brainpower to grow.
This week, a common blood pressure drug is revealed to be an effective therapy for Type I diabetes, a team from NSF is helping faculty and staff better understand how to commercialize their technology and work on the new intramural fields is nearly complete.
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