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Micah Hardge

Micah Hardge

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Public Relations Specialist

micahxh@uab.edu • (205) 645-7495

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

Recognized for her innovation in the classroom, Samiksha Raut, Ph.D., was awarded the 2023 Four-Year College and University Section Biology Teaching Award from the National Association of Biology Teachers.
Stay safe this holiday season with these electrical safety tips from a UAB expert.
The unveiling of the new Science and Engineering Complex is helping “Forge the Future” of research at UAB.
Phase II of the WE CARE grant will focus on providing support and helping them learn to manage stress and respond compassionately to others in distress.
A UAB doctoral student was recently selected as a 2024 John Knauss Marine Policy Fellow.
The University of Alabama at Birmingham College of Arts and Sciences is set to host its fall 2023 Haddin Forums.
A materials engineering Ph.D. student was awarded a scholarship from the Society of Plastic Engineers to help fund research to better the environment.
Michelle Wooten, Ph.D., assistant professor of astronomy in the Department of Physics, and eye specialists from the University of Alabama at Birmingham share some useful facts and tips to enjoy the upcoming eclipses.
The Magic City Data Collective has been awarded a Governor’s Work-Based Learning Best Practices award under Alabama Works.
University of Alabama at Birmingham student Margaret Birks is researching how methane can be used as a more economically and environmentally friendly energy source for low-income and rural communities.  
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