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Join the UAB community for an open panel discussion on viewing the absence of the native story in American art.

New York magazine writer Rebecca Traister will hold a lecture for the UAB community to discuss how women’s anger has been channeled and perceived over the years.

Fifty-two students from Southern universities will compete in the Regional 3MT finals hosted by UAB’s Graduate School.
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Demetria P. Scott was awarded for her continuous efforts in the area of diversity and inclusion at the Minority in Business Awards 2020.
UAB graduate receives the opportunity to discuss fundamental challenges that a society faces.
UAB’s Department of Sociology continues to blaze the path forward as leading experts in the field.
Kong is the co-founder of KultureCity — a nonprofit focused on inclusion and accessibility for individuals with invisible challenges, such as children with autism or veterans with PTSD.
This year’s symposium will focus on the application of informatics in rare disease research.
Join UAB’s Society of Women Engineers in making a lasting investment in the lives of schoolchildren throughout the state who are interested in the fields of STEM.

Chaplin has been chosen as a distinguished fellow by the American Association of Immunologists for his contributions to the field of immunology.

The NIH grant will enable Kraguljac to study factors of disease progression in psychosis spectrum disorders.

Dr. Derick Wilson will speak to the UAB community on the topic of practical reconciliation from local and global context perspectives.

UAB Women’s Basketball will host the Middle Tennessee Lady Raiders for the annual Pink Game on Feb. 15.
The research team’s method to apply simulations to track a live event allowed for close tracking of population over time in a study of an evacuation using roads.
The Discoveries in the Making lecture series returns for the spring with sessions about exercise medicine, schizophrenia and more.
Attend the free Annual Health and Wellness Fair to learn more about living a healthier lifestyle.
Join Nelson and Maggie Reiya for a discussion of how a community-led conservancy can serve as a human rights incubator.
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