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Join the University of Alabama at Birmingham basketball head coach, Andy Kennedy, and the coaches and players of the UAB men’s basketball team as they offer local kids and young adults an exciting opportunity to stay active, learn new skills and have fun this summer through basketball.
Six students have been named Gilman Scholars and two students received Freeman-Asia scholarships to study in Europe and Asia.
WBHM won six of 11 awards for small market radio, while the Gulf States Newsroom won five of 10 awards and a sixth as a collaborating partner for large market radio.
The Healthy Happy Kids program focuses on a different health and physical activity topic each week, encouraging children to make healthier choices.
This is UAB's second time receiving the Super 11 Award.
The Fulbright U.S. Student Program provides grants to study, teach and conduct research in more than 160 countries.
Students and staff were challenged to tell a story in just six words and an image, and the entries are touching, motivational and inspiring.
This course provides a unique opportunity for students to gain a global perspective from the comfort of their homes and expand their network with business and culture experts from Taiwan and Brazil.
UAB is joining the Red Cross in encouraging the public to donate blood now.
The program, in its 11th year, celebrates these exceptional business leaders and their accomplishments with a seated awards dinner presented by the National Alumni Society.
Selected students worked on research projects impacting the challenges that the global community is facing.
The Healthy Happy Kids program focuses on a different health and physical activity topic each week, encouraging children to make healthier choices.
Be mindful this National Brain Tumor Awareness Month with events at UAB.
Ashton Ayers was not expected to survive after an accident left her with a traumatic brain injury during her freshman year of high school. A decade later, Ayers defied the odds and graduated from the UAB School of Nursing.
UAB’s PRCA/PRSSA chapter won 29 individual student awards — the most of any state chapter — plus Chapter of the Year and more, while graduating senior Dylan Baggiano is the first at UAB to ever win both top individual awards.
UAB graduate and professional programs are well represented in the annual U.S. News & World Report rankings.
UAB’s Professional Sales Certificate Program is one of the top 150 such programs in the United States, according to SEF.
UAB Hospital has received the AGZA certification acknowledging its transition to greener practices that reduce noise and emissions.
Nearly 2,000 graduating students will walk in three commencement exercises in UAB’s Bartow Arena, which will be streamed online.
Created in June 2015, the Okanagan Charter provides institutions with a common language, principles and framework to become health-promoting campuses with cultures of compassion, well-being and equity.
Dating since October of 2021, UAB juniors Burnett and Criswell placed first in their respective research categories at the 100th annual Alabama Academy of Science Conference.
In addition to adults, the clinic also sees children and relies on a strong referral network throughout Jefferson County and beyond to get children the help they need.
One of the projects for the University of Alabama at Birmingham’s Give As One 2023 is the Birmingham Robotics Initiative.
Join the UAB community on April 13th in supporting the future leaders of tomorrow through Give as One. 
The Dr. David Satcher Public Health Leadership Endowed Scholarship will provide $5,000 a year to one student who graduated from an Alabama HBCU and is attending UAB for graduate studies in public health.
As part of the CGI U, students developed initiatives focused on health, education, poverty, environment, human rights, poverty alleviation and public health, impacting local and global communities.
President Ray L. Watts, M.D., and Anupam Agarwal, M.D., dean of the Heersink School of Medicine, invite you to the Distinguished Faculty Lecture honoring Casey Weaver, M.D., recipient of the 2022-2023 Distinguished Faculty Lecturer Award.
The panel discussion will help navigate through the daunting, complicated process of launching a startup for passionate entrepreneurs.

For the Commission on the Status of Women, Padma is a symbol of resilience and the ability to “rise above the surface and bloom daily.”

Join UAB Sustainability this Earth Month to gain a holistic view of sustainability through a lecture, fundraiser, lunch and learn and a wellness activity.

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