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The UAB Department of Physics will receive a national award for improving undergraduate education by the American Physical Society in April.
The MUSE Conference, created by jazz guitarist Eric Essix and UAB’s Alys Stephens Performing Arts Center, features music industry professionals who will provide musicians with the tools to succeed.
Acclaimed as a post-modern dramatic masterpiece, “Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead” is the fabulously inventive tale of Hamlet as told from two minor characters in Shakespeare’s play.
Black History Month at UAB brings everyone together for explorations of history, language and Gullah culture, and see “Black Is Beautiful,” Will Downing with Maysa, and Ranky Tanky.
 Research from UAB on neuromorphic computing is now being funded by a National Science Foundation grant.

Seven UAB students were selected to attend WE22, the world’s largest conference for women in technology and engineering.

Photographer Harper Nichols, a 2022 UAB graduate who focused on her own disability for a photographic series while in school, hopes the exhibition opens conversations.
Researchers at UAB help people understand their motives behind overeating palatable food, which can cause weight gain and obesity.
In addition to NELLE’s usual annual compilation of diverse, risky, smart writing from women writers, the new edition features a special folio by writers who are Ukrainian, Ukrainian American or who live in Ukraine.
In 2022, American pianist Clayton Stephenson became the first Black finalist at the Van Cliburn International Piano Competition.
A new Biomedical Research and Psychology Building — made possible by a $76 million federal appropriation — received stage 1 approval from the UA System Board of Trustees.
On the schedule are pianists Clayton Stephenson and Rachel Breen, guest artists, plus a variety of faculty recitals featuring art songs, chamber works and more.
UAB partners with the Institute of Study Abroad Ireland to create an intentional virtual study abroad experience for students in Alabama.
Downtown Birmingham has a pedestrian culture, and therefore, following safety tips such as using the sidewalks and limiting distractions is of utmost importance.
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