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UAB’s residence halls play an integral role of providing transformational experiences for UAB undergraduate students as they pursue academic success and prepare for life beyond the campus.
The opening of the first phase of the Science and Engineering Complex is a significant milestone for UAB and demonstrates its unwavering dedication to advancing scientific knowledge.
Acclaimed award-winning organization PRCA/PRSSA at UAB, a valuable extension of the public relations program, continues to prove itself statewide and nationwide.
The University of Alabama at Birmingham Recreation Center is seeking to make water safety a priority in the community with swim school and private swim lessons.
T-Pain’s appearance marks the first time a national recording artist has performed on the UAB campus since rock band Weezer helped celebrate the university’s 50th anniversary in 2019.
Hunter Caroline Davies will receive her master’s degree in anatomical science at UAB’s summer commencement Aug. 11. But she is already back in the classroom as part of the Heersink School of Medicine’s class of 2027.
Jada King spent her childhood caring for her sister. Four years after her sister’s passing, King will graduate from the UAB School of Nursing and work with patients like her sister as a pediatric intensive care nurse.
A groundbreaking ceremony will be held at 10 a.m. Monday, July 31, at the UAB Mini Park, located at 800 13th St. South.
Alabama-certified school psychometrists can earn a degree in school psychology in UAB’s new innovative online program.
The future has much potential as the REACH Up and Out program hopes to continue to make an impact on the lives of Black women in the Deep South.
The exercise is part of the department’s ongoing efforts to train, as well as test and evaluate, the university’s ability to respond to an active shooter incident.    
The nearly $90,000 grant will help the Department of World Languages and Literatures open doors for students to develop proficiency in Chinese, a critical-need language for national security.
Over $1 million has been raised for ovarian cancer research through the Drive Out Ovarian Cancer car tag.
A significant fundraising initiative for UAB Libraries will help bring to life different historical collections.
The UAB Department of Athletics has officially joined the American Athletic Conference as of July 1, 2023.
To meet patients where they are, Cooper Green and Birmingham Fire and Rescue are conducting at-home care visits with patients whose frequent visits to the emergency department have identified them as in need of extra care and support.
The Service Learning and Undergraduate Research Expo celebrates excellence in research, creative activity and scholarship by undergraduate students on campus.
ALAHOPE is a single curriculum that all Alabama health professions schools can use to teach their students about substance-use disorder and pain management.
Led by Rouzbeh Nazari, Ph.D., the UAB Sustainable Smart Cities Research Center has been awarded $1 million by the National Institute of Food and Agriculture under the United States Department of Agriculture.
The programs were created for students who hope to enhance their skills regarding LGBTQ-related research and advocacy. Applications for the undergraduate and graduate-level certificates are now open for coursework to begin in fall 2023.
Students will have the opportunity to learn from experienced, diverse faculty with a range of international partners working in interdisciplinary, global health research and practice.
Students can start this 15-hour Coaching the Intercollegiate Scholar Athlete Graduate Certificate in the fall, spring or summer. Applicants do not need to have earned a degree in kinesiology.
UAB’s Bartow Arena looks to upgrade the main entrance, premium seating, hospitality areas, scoreboards and the UAB Athletics Hall of Fame, pending additional stages of Board of Trustee approvals and sufficient philanthropic support to supplement other funding sources.
Over the past five years, Vestavia Hills High School students raised $1,044,966 to benefit the UAB Adolescent and Young Adult Oncology and Oncofertility Program.
UAB professors and teacher candidates provided guidance on the selection of book titles along with additional family resources to support reading.
The scholarship recognizes outstanding natural sciences, engineering and mathematics students by awarding up to $7,500 for academic expenses.
Suits for Success’ impact transcends to three other UAB closets and a community closet serving students, patients and underprivileged women facing domestic violence.
Live HealthSmart Alabama is continuing to make good health simple with its completion of the new Bush Hills Connection Complex and Urban Garden.
Join the University of Alabama at Birmingham basketball head coach, Andy Kennedy, and the coaches and players of the UAB men’s basketball team as they offer local kids and young adults an exciting opportunity to stay active, learn new skills and have fun this summer through basketball.
Six students have been named Gilman Scholars and two students received Freeman-Asia scholarships to study in Europe and Asia.
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