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The seminar will focus on UAB’s participation with diverse business enterprises that can supply goods and provide construction and professional services.
UAB and Groome Transportation partner to provide new transit transportation for the UAB community early May.

A plan to create a University Authority to manage health care at Cooper Green Mercy Health Services moves forward following action by the Jefferson County Commission.

A UAB symposium boosts the knowledge and practice of interprofessional health care.
Communication Studies students bring home title as the PRCA/PRSSA Chapter of the Year.
Approximately 2,100 students are scheduled to graduate from UAB this spring.
Registration is open for the 2019 race, which is on a new day with a new time and new course around UAB’s campus and through the heart of downtown Birmingham.
The Women’s Cancers Survivors Workshop provides help for caregivers, families and patients who are survivors of women’s cancers and breast cancer.
This year’s symposium will feature Karen Glanz, Ph.D., and Jonathan Engel, Ph.D., as speakers.
The radio news program will also speak with WBHM reporters live during the show as they discuss some of the local stories they have been following.
UAB PAIN Collective presents a spring lecture of the PAINTalks speaker series.
As summer approaches, take advantage of eyewear deals at this communitywide event.
Student entrepreneurs pitch their business ventures to the Birmingham business community following a 10-week training program.
As UAB celebrates its 50th anniversary, the university will also celebrate 50 hours of giving during “I Heart UAB Giving Days” on April 16-18.
This three-day convention includes competitive gaming tournaments, tabletop games, workshop and panels, free film screenings daily, a cosplay contest and more.
Award-winning author Diane McWhorter visits UAB for a book signing and lecture.  
The health officer for the Jefferson County Department of Health will present the annual State of Health in Jefferson County Address on April 2 at the University of Alabama at Birmingham.
The annual UAB Army ROTC Military Ball continues its legacy of honoring cadets for their commitment to the nation.
Anne Fausto-Sterling, Ph.D., will present a lecture discussing gender, sexual orientation and her dynamic approach to human development.
UAB Football’s third annual Dragon Egg Hunt will be held Sunday, April 7.
High school programming contest for Alabama students to be held April 6 at UAB.
As many as 500 area students will challenge the contest’s more than 100-foot drop off the Vulcan.
NIH research funding to the UAB School of Medicine has increased by more than $100 million in the past five years, a barometer of the school’s success.
The UAB School of Medicine’s successful Match Day saw 98 percent of the graduating class match in residency programs ranging from primary care to surgery.
UAB School of Medicine art show entries are being offered in a silent auction to benefit a local childhood cancers and blood disorders initiative.  
Nwigwe, a self-described “first-generation-Nigerian kid from Alief,” near Houston, will perform at the UAB International Festival on March 30.
UAB’s School of Nursing has partnered with the World Health Organization Collaborating Center at the University of West Indies–Mona in Kingston, Jamaica, to improve nurse training.
Donations will benefit My Sister’s Closet, an outreach program of the YWCA of Central Alabama.
UAB African American Studies will be sponsoring Nikki Giovanni at the Spring Colloquium, where she will share her poetry and advice as an educator and activist.
Magic City Cycliad, a community cycling event, will be held March 23 in Birmingham to benefit cancer patients at the O’Neal Comprehensive Cancer Center at UAB.
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