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A dormant senior design project out of the UAB School of Engineering is finding life at Children’s of Alabama.
UAB Medicine hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony to commemorate the new NICU Bookworms vending machine. United States Representative Terri A. Sewell (AL-07) joined the ceremony and read to infants in the UAB RNICU and Children’s of Alabama NICU.
Over 55 years after earning his first degree, Donald Diltz will graduate from the UAB School of Nursing and begin an internship at UAB Medicine at the age of 77.
The popular fast-food chain, known for its delicious chicken sandwiches and exceptional customer service, will become a welcome addition to the campus dining options.
As senior accounting major Demarcus Davis prepares to don the cap and gown, his graduation is not just an academic accomplishment; it is a testament to the indomitable human spirit and the promise of new beginnings.
Visit the new exhibit at UAB’s Alabama Museum of the Health Sciences, focused on themes of women’s health throughout history.

More than 1,900 students will graduate, and 1,179 students are expected to walk in the ceremonies, which will be held Friday morning and afternoon in Bartow Arena.

There are many ways to give and support programs that grant little wishes, feed hungry neighbors, send students to school and help people heal.
Woodruff-Borden will join UAB on Feb. 1 from the University of Oregon, where she has served as interim provost and executive vice president for the past 15 months.
At this event, UAB Community Eye Care provides free comprehensive eye exams and glasses to qualified participants.
The designation honors the Delta Chi Chapter for its excellence in academics, professionalism and leadership.
The unveiling of the new Science and Engineering Complex is helping “Forge the Future” of research at UAB.
UAB received the IEP Innovation award, recognizing exemplary initiatives spurring innovation, entrepreneurship and technology-based economic development.
UAB Libraries has expanded access to printed materials for all Alabamians.    
Phase II of the WE CARE grant will focus on providing support and helping them learn to manage stress and respond compassionately to others in distress.
Vivek Lal, M.D., associate professor in the Department of Pediatrics at UAB Heersink School of Medicine and the founder of both ResBiotic Nutrition and Alveolus Bio, was given the 2023 Award for Excellence in Entrepreneurship.
A new camera system will monitor vehicle traffic to improve campus safety.  
Attendees are encouraged to participate their way — run, stroll, wheel or jog.
The new degree programs provide students with even more options to learn from world-renowned faculty and researchers.
The academy provides a forum where knowledge and skills are developed and refined to support community leaders as they conduct planning and improvement projects, balance needs and resources, and secure funding that ignites change.
The University of Alabama at Birmingham College of Arts and Sciences is set to host its fall 2023 Haddin Forums.
First-time freshman, transfer and online students who apply to UAB during Oct. 16-20 will have their application fee waived. No code or additional step is necessary.
The Bridge to Business Program stands as a testament to UAB’s commitment to fostering educational success and ensuring a seamless academic transition for aspiring business professionals.
The Magic City Data Collective has been awarded a Governor’s Work-Based Learning Best Practices award under Alabama Works.
The cheers and claps of the Blazers roared as Lexie rang the bell to mark the completion of her last breast cancer radiation treatment.
The University of Alabama at Birmingham will hold its Fall Service Learning and Undergraduate Research Expo from Nov. 27-Dec. 1.
Students in grades six through 12 can learn Chinese through the STARTALK Chinese Program at UAB, which includes a tuition-free, on-site summer camp in June 2024.
UAB ranked No. 142 out of 435 measured schools in 2023, serving as a testament to the university’s continued growth and national exposure as a competitive and attractive university.
The Great Colleges to Work For® program, which recognizes colleges that have been successful in creating great workplaces, is one of the largest workplace-recognition programs in the country.
City Walk BHAM to become part of the Blazer Football game day experience.
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