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Micah Hardge

Micah Hardge

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Public Relations Specialist • (205) 645-7495

Specific beats include: School of Engineering; CORD; Department of Biology; Department of Mathematics; Department of Chemistry; Department of Physics

Two University of Alabama at Birmingham graduate students were recently awarded Alabama EPSCoR Graduate Research Scholars Program awards.
Outi Keinänen was selected to be a part of Chemical and Engineering News’ 2024 class of the Talented Twelve.
A research engineering manager with the Engineering and Innovative Technology Development group was recently awarded the Exceptional Public Service Medal by NASA’s Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center.
The University of Alabama at Birmingham will hold its summer Service Learning and Undergraduate Research Expo from July 22-26.
The UAB Volleyball program is offering five opportunities for students of a variety of ages to take their game to the next level.
Two UAB Department of Physics graduates have been awarded prestigious National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowships.
Appearing in both DNA and RNA sequences, G-quadruplexes’ relationship with the protein SRSF1 demonstrates the unexplored broader implications of SR proteins in RNA splicing and translation.  
A UAB School of Engineering professor was awarded the 2024 Excellence in Transportation Engineering Education Award for her commitment to the improvement of the transportation field and the cultivation of the engineers of tomorrow.
The UAB School of Engineering will host two 2024 summer camps.
With a passion for health care, Sarah Ashouri learned that two degrees were not enough to provide the patient care she genuinely deserved to give.
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