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Thanks to a bit of creative philanthropy, the Van Matre family will be providing help to promising UAB students and their families for years to come.
Give As One is 48 hours of collaborative fundraising to support UAB’s students, faculty and community. Give As One amplifies the power of any size gift through matches and challenges from generous donors.
An additional $5 million gift from Heersink will allow recruitment of top-tier faculty and enhance research efforts at UAB.
See the band Red Baraat kick off the UAB Arts Alliance’s 2023-2024 programming year with a free, high-energy performance on Friday, Aug. 25, thanks to support from Dora and Sanjay Singh.
Party with the arts at UAB and dance to hard-driving world music by Brooklyn brass band Red Baraat, in a free concert presented by Alys Stephens Performing Arts Center.
Savage says she appreciates the additional funds provided through the endowment and the trust donors Sallie and Hilton Dean placed in her stewardship of them.
A significant fundraising initiative for UAB Libraries will help bring to life different historical collections.
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Walker is an internationally renowned researcher in the discipline of criminology whose accomplishments have brought substantial international attention to UAB.
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.
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.
After leading UAB to a decade of unprecedented success across its mission, Ray Watts is UAB’s longest-serving president — with more to come.   
Donnie Bush, who has Type 1 diabetes, and his wife DeDee have endowed a legacy gift to the UAB Comprehensive Diabetes Center to promote cutting-edge diabetes research.
The gift will advance the use of induced pluripotent stem cells as a potential therapy for Alzheimer’s disease.
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