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Fast loans from UAB’s Regions Institute for Financial Education are available in as little as 24 hours. They can help any Blazer student experiencing unexpected loss of income, housing or medical issues, or a transportation emergency.

Bianca and Kelvin Ume have been pulling double duty throughout the pandemic: working as contact tracers while juggling full-time jobs, Bianca as a UAB medical and MBA student and Kelvin as an ICU nurse.

UAB researcher explains why retailers prefer customers to keep purchased items instead of returning.
Zhang’s research compares clothing expenditures between boys versus girls using a rich, household-specific data set.
UAB professor and supply chain expert explains how COVID-19 has disrupted the economy’s supply chain and what that means for holiday shopping.
UAB’s Collat School of Business continues to blaze the path for future generations.
Montgomery-based Alabama Society of Certified Public Accountants has named Frank Messina, DBA, its 2021 Outstanding Accounting Educator for his excellence in the classroom and on campus.
Collat’s Jamey Worrell handcrafted a new stand for the UAB Mace, using skills taught by his woodworker father and locally sourced wood that represents some of the university’s best qualities: strength, resilience, knowledge and passion.
UAB continues to lead the way in the evolving field of social entrepreneurship: Patrick J. Murphy, Ph.D., has been recognized as one of the field’s top scholars.
After pursuing a degree piecemeal for 33 years, Jonathan Perz followed the footsteps of both his wife and his daughter to obtain a bachelor’s degree from UAB, becoming the family’s third UAB alumnus.
In response to increasing case numbers and hospitalizations and in consultation with UAB infectious disease and public health experts, UAB is canceling large indoor events to protect the health and safety of students, faculty, staff and the community.
A new study examines how South Korea’s social marketing strategies reduced the country’s spread of COVID-19.
Two Collat School of Business marketing professors support the formation of integrative teams of marketing and sales professionals to facilitate cooperation and meaningful communication, and to mitigate workplace conflict.
Viral Patel is now on a new path as a business and health care associate after a successful collegiate experience at UAB.
Researchers developed a workplace bullying model through qualitative research to help identify critical issues and bring awareness to the seriousness of the issue.
The gift will offer students in the entrepreneurship program unmatched learning experiences, including the opportunity to work with and learn from Patrick J. Murphy, Ph.D., and Innovation Depot.
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