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Gently used professional and business-casual clothing and accessories will be collected at the Alys Stephens Center from March 9-13 from 7-10 a.m.

Blood donation only takes about 45 minutes, including the registration process.

A night of song, dance and fun brings a more serious message as a fundraiser for a UAB School of Medicine free clinic for the underserved.

Alabama’s WBHM will lead the collaboration with Mississippi Public Broadcasting and Louisiana’s WWNO and WRKF public radio stations.

Professionals can expand their education with three new certificate programs.
Students will have an opportunity to declare a new undergraduate major within the School of Engineering beginning this upcoming fall semester.
Join UAB’s Society of Women Engineers in making a lasting investment in the lives of schoolchildren throughout the state who are interested in the fields of STEM.

UAB Athletics received approval to renovate Wallace Gymnasium for a new men’s and women’s basketball practice facility.

The new Institute for Healthy Engagement and Resilience with Technology, created by Laurel Hitchcock and a colleague, will help improve best practices in the field.

UAB’s newest academic complex will support the basic sciences, with the first phase housing biology and physics.

Dr. Derick Wilson will speak to the UAB community on the topic of practical reconciliation from local and global context perspectives.

The research team’s method to apply simulations to track a live event allowed for close tracking of population over time in a study of an evacuation using roads.
The Discoveries in the Making lecture series returns for the spring with sessions about exercise medicine, schizophrenia and more.
Aberystwyth University in Wales partners with UAB to create an opportunity for students to learn more about the historic partnership and Wales’ culture.
The School of Nursing is the only nursing school in Alabama to receive the award. 

English language learners in the Greater Birmingham area are invited to take free classes to enhance their conversational skills at UAB.   

Attend the free Annual Health and Wellness Fair to learn more about living a healthier lifestyle.

Gonnerman’s experience includes managing Vanderbilt’s flagship library for the arts and sciences, humanities, social sciences, and interdisciplinary fields.

Marketing professionals have an opportunity to learn new strategies and skills through a digital marketing course at UAB.
A degree in sociology builds a foundation of knowledge and understanding of how and why people react in society.
The smoke-free Health District on Birmingham’s Southside created by a City Council ordinance in October has launched.

Climate change experts join forces to talk about sustainability in business and faith communities.

Join the UAB Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion for a community town hall on the history of societal control.

Despite an extensive footprint, UAB remains among the lowest in incidents of reported sex-related offenses, robbery and burglary in comparison to other urban and non-urban universities with more than 16,000 students.
Students will have the opportunity to learn about a variety of social justice issues and what they can do to get involved on their campuses.

Smithsonian research scientist will speak about ancient nutrition evolution at Darwin Day.

Online programs in education, MBA and business make significant gains in “Best” Online Programs rankings.
Volunteers from UAB and the city of Birmingham will join in service Monday, Jan. 20, to honor Martin Luther King Jr.
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