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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

Jeydi Gonzalez-Guzman, a spring 2023 graduate of the UAB Department of Chemistry, was recently awarded a post-baccalaureate position with the NIH.
Initially set on education, a UAB chemistry Ph.D. graduate is letting his first passion fuel his next adventure as he sets off to Hawaii for a postdoctoral fellowship.
Hunter Caroline Davies will receive her master’s degree in anatomical science at UAB’s summer commencement Aug. 11. But she is already back in the classroom as part of the Heersink School of Medicine’s class of 2027.
Maksim Dolmat is a 29-year-old international student who will be graduating from the University of Alabama at Birmingham with a doctorate in chemistry Aug. 11.
Rising junior and UAB Honors College student Wajiha Mekki was recently selected for a prestigious internship with Johnson & Johnson.
UAB expert offers interesting facts about the safety of natural bodies of water as they relate to summer fun.
Arushi Kotru, a spring 2023 UAB graduate, will have the opportunity to spend the summer in India learning Hindi as a recipient of the prestigious Critical Language Scholarship.
The University of Alabama at Birmingham has been awarded $456,786 from the National Science Foundation to fund the development of a 3D-printed high-entropy alloy superconductor.
Led by Rouzbeh Nazari, Ph.D., the UAB Sustainable Smart Cities Research Center has been awarded $1 million by the National Institute of Food and Agriculture under the United States Department of Agriculture.
The UAB Volleyball program is offering two opportunities for experienced volleyball players of a variety of ages to take their game to the next level.
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