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The partnership between RADx-UP and CEAL is just one example of how the MHRC leverages its recourses to advance the programs under its umbrella.
The grant program funds early-career faculty to advance their skills and careers across campus and beyond.
The Padma Award recognizes UAB faculty, staff and students who go the extra mile in support of underrepresented populations.
These prestigious awards were extremely competitive: The UAB chapter competed with all universities statewide for these awards, which were announced by Alabama PRSA at its April meeting.
The Service Learning and Undergraduate Research Expo celebrates excellence in research, creative activity and scholarship by undergraduate students on campus.
Clinton Global Initiative University engages student leaders in developing innovative solutions to campus, community or global challenges.
Live HealthSmart Alabama has taken its signature keys — healthy eating, prevention and wellness, physical activity, and education — to create and implement initiatives at all levels within the institution.
Eleven Blazers have been named semifinalists for an international exchange program.
The 2022 spring symposium will be held April 14 and will include speakers Jessie DeAro, Ph.D., and Devon W. Carbado, J.D.
New $78 million Altec/Styslinger Genomic Medicine and Data Sciences Building will accelerate advancements in precision medicine, informatics and data sciences — areas that represent the future of modern health care.
UAB’s Unite Day will bring together alumni and students to volunteer together at an area elementary school.
The 31st annual UAB ASME Egg Drop Contest will be held April 8 after a two-year break due to the pandemic.
The new School of Nursing initiative connects students with resources and mentors who develop a personalized plan to identify students’ challenges and help develop pathways to success.
Vendors at the event will offer health screenings, interactive activities, and information focused on health, wellness, physical activity, education and good nutrition.
UAB graduate and professional programs are well represented in the annual U.S. News & World Report rankings.
WBHM was awarded best Large Market Regularly Scheduled Newscast and Mary Scott Hodgin was named Large Market Reporter by the ABA. This is the second year in a row the station and Hodgin have won these three awards.
UAB’s MHRC is expanding CEAL’s impact across the state by creating a network of Social Action Champions who are trusted voices in their communities.
UAB’s Into the Streets, a volunteer day of service, hosts its 23rd year of projects on March 26.
With 100 percent of the class of 2022 matching into residency positions, UAB students will continue their medical education at 82 institutions in 30 states across the country.
The Orrville Community Walking Trail officially opens to the community Saturday, April 23, 2022.
The University of Alabama at Birmingham has been awarded an American Rescue Plan grant to help serve food to insecure populations.
The Refer a Future Blazer Program gives UAB employees the information needed to support an undergraduate student who may be considering UAB.
Medical students at the UAB Heersink School of Medicine will celebrate the next step of their medical training at Match Day 2022 on Friday, March 18, at the Alys Stephens Performing Arts Center.
Researchers in UAB’s Departments of Physics and Biology have been awarded distinguished research grants by the National Science Foundation.
Cooper Green plans to celebrate its 50th anniversary with memories from patients, families and staff.
UAB has been recognized as one of just 13 institutions ranked as national leaders in racial and gender diversity representation in leadership.
During the Ada Long Creative Writing Workshop, high school students work closely with nationally acclaimed novelists, essayists and poets to compose original pieces.
UAB students and faculty can shop at the grocery-store-on-wheels for affordable produce and pantry staples.
UAB has been selected by Amazon as an education partner for their Career Choice program, allowing eligible Amazon associates to receive tuition assistance while pursuing a bachelor’s degree at UAB.
The NSF grant will be used to develop computer infrastructure and enhance student experience.
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