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UAB has set a new institutional record with seven students selected for the Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship.
UAB's online programs in the School of Public Health and School of Nursing highly ranked among similar programs across the country. 
The UAB National Alumni Society has announced a transition to dues-free membership with a campaign centered around the phrase “From Here on IN.”
UAB has established a comprehensive and coordinated suicide-prevention strategy for everyone, in an effort to reach those in need.
The UAB School of Education is offering a new master’s degree and graduate certificate in higher education administration.
Proficiency in a foreign language can help in almost any career field; for instance, at UAB, French majors have a strong record of admission to medical school.
Two new world-class degrees, a first-of-its-kind cancer biology degree and an entrepreneurship major, are now available for UAB undergraduate students.
All state four- and two-year public college students will have an opportunity to be tested for COVID-19 before fall semester begins.
Communication Studies students bring home title as the PRCA/PRSSA Chapter of the Year.
Students from UAB continue to help advance research opportunities for the state and beyond through the highly competitive Alabama EPSCoR Graduate Research Scholars Program awards.
UAB is asking students to upload a video of themselves in cap and gown or UAB gear, telling viewers who they are, what their major is and sharing something special about their time at UAB.
Five members of UAB’s environmental services department will be feted in “United we Sing: A Grammy® Salute to the Unsung Heroes,” airing Sunday, June 21, at 7 p.m. CT on the CBS network.
UAB’s School of Engineering researchers have helped develop a new method to address challenges associated with blood-contact applications.
UAB has agreed to a global partnership with Aga Khan University to share strengths in research and scholarship.
The eight letters join the School of Nursing’s original 50 letters already held at UAB.
Summer means blood shortages, especially in the summer of coronavirus.

Integrity, respect, accountability, diversity and inclusiveness are shared values of our institution and are at the core of what it means to be a UAB Blazer. Everybody counts every day. The students, faculty and staff who comprise our richly diverse and inclusive campus — and take pride in living these values — are hurting, along with our community and country.

UAB Hospital is the only Alabama facility named to Becker’s Hospital Review’s list of 100 Great Hospitals in America.
The partnership between UAB Advancement and the UAB Department of Food and Nutrition Services used gifts to place food orders with local restaurants and caterers to both support UAB’s health care providers and bolster the Birmingham economy.
UAB’s School of Engineering is recognized as the leading construction management track program in the United States.
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.
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