Tehreem Khan

Tehreem Khan

| This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Public Relations Specialist

tkhan1@uab.edu • (205) 807-2124

Specific beats include: Department of English; Department of Computer Science; Department of History; Department of Philosophy; Department of African American Studies; Department of Social Work; Department of Sociology; UAB Facilities; Office of Diversity Equity and Inclusion; Honors College.

Hip Hop Forum is one of UAB’s many events to celebrate Black History Month through education, outreach and engagement.
 Camp CSI gives children a chance to explore real-world forensic practices and learn about education and career opportunities in criminal justice.
“Refugees, Empathy, and Human Rights” is a nationwide traveling exhibition featuring contemporary portraits and poetic stories illustrating the challenges of refugees building new lives in the United States.
All ages can learn how to swim in a water-safe environment from Jan. 22-Feb. 26 or March 4-April 15 at the University Recreation Center.
Kevin McCain’s award-winning book “Understanding How Science Explains the World” explores the nature of scientific explanation and addresses common misconceptions about scientific theories.
As part of the HESP cohort, Miller aims to enhance community engagement, communicate research findings and foster relationships with peers while focusing on policy determinants of health, particularly in the context of sexual and gender minorities and racial health inequities.
Key to moral insight is taking a proactive approach to understanding different perspectives, such as befriending opponents and practicing mindfulness.
URec winter break day camps offer an all-in-one solution for keeping kids active through adventure sports, crafts and aquatic activities.
Dedicating a specific day and time, cooking in batches for convenience, doing meal prep in advance and using smart cooking tools like slow cookers and sheet pans can help save time, money and maintain a healthy diet.
Cong’s research indicates the increased vulnerability of older adults to climate change impacts while also highlighting their resilience capacity in the face of disasters, offering valuable insights for policy development and disaster preparedness.
Page 1 of 4