Campus & Community
UAB Medicine has always followed strict guidelines for cleaning its hospitals and clinics, and is doing even more during the COVID-19 outbreak.
WBHM won for Overall Excellence, as well as for Feature Reporting, Newscast, Hard News and Sports Reporting, and will now advance to compete nationally.
The School of Education’s English as a Second Language teacher education program received national recognition from the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation, assuring that future graduates from the program will be successful when teaching.
UAB’s response to COVID-19 has far reaching effects, from Birmingham, across the state and worldwide.
Participants from the Anvil Student Startup Bootcamp make their final pitches in the annual UAB Blazer Innovation Challenge.
UAB and UAB Medicine are implementing additional expense-reduction strategies due to significant financial losses resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic.
Honors College student Leah Perz will graduate this Saturday, May 2, with her parents following her footsteps, for all to be a part of the UAB Blazer community.
The UAB chapter of Sigma Xi was awarded a Diversity Grant to broaden science experiences for underrepresented minority students in the Birmingham area.
UAB’s Undergraduate Immunology Program, a collaboration between the School of Medicine and the College of Arts and Sciences, is designed to train the next generation of students in research and the health professions.
Impacting the health and well-being of a community is a cornerstone of UAB’s strategic plan and has been recognized globally by Times Higher Education.
Professionals can expand their education with a nationally recognized sales certificate.
UAB is prioritizing health and safety and has moved to a virtual commencement ceremony for spring 2020. Watch the ceremonies on Facebook, YouTube and Instagram.
Pull into a parking lot at UAB for free Wi-Fi, provided to help students and others in the community who need access to a network.
Prominent American medical school deans and health care leaders speak as a single voice for those who have no voice in a global medical crisis.
For the sixth year, UAB is recognized by the National Arbor Day Foundation for its work to nurture more than 4,400 healthy trees and engage students and employees in conservation.
A UAB instructor gave his students the chance to work on a group ideation drone project, developing new ways to use drones for farming.
The support from the Birmingham community, state of Alabama and beyond has been overwhelming for the front line hospital workers battling the coronavirus pandemic at UAB.
A grant from Hyundai Hope On Wheels® will help UAB sustain future COVID-19 testing capabilities.

HelpBeatCOVID19.org is a new symptom tracker for people around the Southeast that provides insight into hot spots and community spread of COVID-19.  

Combating the spread of misinformation about COVID-19 and alleviating the anxiety of your child can be difficult. Here are some tips on how to do it.
Stress is unavoidable in this uncertain time. But as Professor Diane Tucker, Ph.D., explains, you can take control — and make the most of this historic opportunity.
Learn how to continue your kids’ education and to successfully teach from home with these helpful tips.
Support COVID-19 research, patient care and relief; help provide emergency aid to students; or give to the Benevolent Fund as it continues to assist employees in need.

Wellness specialist Riley Thornton, a registered dietitian, recommends six ways for faculty and staff to stay well while working from home and practicing social distancing.

UAB graduate and professional programs are well represented in the annual U.S. News & World Report rankings.
Call your health care provider if you think you have COVID-19 symptoms before you go to your doctor’s office or the emergency room.

With the outbreak of a global pandemic, the 2020 Census is still underway. Learn how the Census will impact the state of Alabama and why it is important.

Carlos A. Estrada, M.D., M.S., will continue in his roles as director of the Division of General Internal Medicine at UAB, as well as section chief of GIM and senior quality scholar at the Birmingham Veterans Affairs Medical Center.

Registration is $25, and everyone is invited to attend.

New York magazine writer Rebecca Traister will hold a lecture for the UAB community to discuss how women’s anger has been channeled and perceived over the years.

Page 2 of 76