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UAB honored Joseph Appleton, Ph.D., after his passing in January 2019.
UAB is working collaboratively with nine other Alabama universities to assess food security among college students, and to ensure all students have access to affordable, nourishing food.
Two $5,000 grants from Alabama Power will be awarded to UAB students for their innovative research.   
Fouad’s winning UAB Grand Challenge proposal is a comprehensive approach to addressing Alabama’s complex health problems and includes 90 partners on her team from communities, government, business, education and more.
For UAB’s 50th anniversary, faculty, staff and students are focused on serving the Greater Birmingham community through 50 Acts of Service.    
A new podcast shares the memories of the UAB community.   
Feed the hungry in the UAB community by giving to Blazers Against Hunger, a one-day crowdfunding campaign to raise money for the Blazer Kitchen food pantry.
The UAB Collat School of Business launches an entrepreneurial competition that awards student teams with cash prizes.
Day camps at UAB provide working parents child care opportunities while school is out of session.
UAB students will provide a hands on learning experience to families of Hemphill Elementary.
Students and staff are invited to hear guest speaker, Alexandra Zapruder, discuss life during the Holocaust on Nov. 7.
The American Chemical Society has awarded UAB’s student chapter the Green Chemistry Student Chapter Award.
Homelessness and examining public health issues in the deep south are the focus of the two films.
“Fearless” pursuit of research, curriculum growth and community outreach fuels the school’s mission to serve learners.
Platelet donors needed! A shortage of blood platelets has UAB and the Red Cross asking donors to step up.
Students can advance their knowledge in their desired field through four new graduate certificates in health coaching, teaching multilingual learners, clinical mental health counseling and supporting individuals with exceptionalities.
The University of Alabama at Birmingham School of Education will host a ribbon-cutting ceremony in honor of its new outdoor walking trail Thursday, Oct. 24.
Started in 1981, the Mr. and Ms. UAB Scholarship Competition is one of UAB’s longest-standing Homecoming traditions.
Anyone is welcome to participate in the military-themed event, which features team-based competition.
Minority Access, Inc., honors inspiring students, faculty, administrators, alumni, innovators and diverse institutions as role models committed to expanding the range of minority scientists, researchers and professionals in various underrepresented fields.
The generosity of Uncork Education attendees over the years has allowed the UAB National Alumni Society to raise nearly $475,000 to go toward scholarships.
A UAB Hospital unit has been lauded for its employment of people with disabilities.
The UAB community will lend a helping hand Saturday, Oct. 12, for a day of service.
The UAB Early Head Start Program will continue to provide resources and services with a $1.2 million grant extension.
GEAR UP Alabama and UAB will provide college and career counseling to south Alabama students.
The Innovations in Wellness Conference features leaders in the health and wellness field speaking on a range of topics that significantly impact culture today.
The event will feature structured learning opportunities and a resource fair, along with a picnic supper and McWane Center’s adventure exhibits.
Fall day camps at UAB provide working parents child care opportunities while school is out of session.
Business analytics concentration allows graduate students an opportunity to learn about data analytics and application.
The week includes the famed Gurney Derby, Hoops at the Hill, a free, sold-out Weezer concert, UAB Football vs. Old Dominion University and more.
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