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New funding will advance research on the role of diet and race in knee arthritis pain and pain sensitivity, respectively, in transgender community.
The success of Uncork Education and the support of generous sponsors and guests allow the National Alumni Society to provide scholarships for deserving students each year.
The growing dependence on technology, coupled with the increasing threat of intrusion and cyberattacks, requires greater security in the online world.
When we are on the brink of life, how do we choose to spend our time? This sardonic comedy is from the Tony Award-winning authors of “Falsettos.”
During the event, visitors can take tours of the Solar House and Solar Community, plus shop a vintage market, purchase plants from local shops and more.
One UAB expert explains how parents can address specific areas of safety concern for each stage of a child’s life.
From a lunch and learn to a screening of APT’s “Monograph” with newly discovered footage of Dial, “Chamber Music @ AEIVA” and a spoken word evening, join AEIVA for free events this fall.
Chambless and Spezzini’s efforts guided the course of action for Alabama’s Seal of Biliteracy, which recognizes students’ proficiency in two or more languages by high school graduation.
As cybercriminals take to new tactics on social media, one UAB expert wants the public to be informed and stay aware of the newest scams.
The College of Arts and Sciences’ Department of Music presents recitals and concerts by students, faculty and guest artists, and many of the performances are free.
“These Distances Between Us: 21st Century Songs of Longing” by Emily Jaworski Koriath, DMA, and her husband, Tad, focuses on 21st century compositions by living composers.
“Methuselah’s Zoo” explores how knowledge of animal species can benefit human lives in terms of fitness and longevity.
Researchers from UAB and other institutions are seeking to better understand the aging differences between males and females.
UAB PRCA/PRSSA, a student-led chapter, was nationally recognized for the third consecutive year for its outstanding performance.
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