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When senior Abby Henderson was awarded a Gadsden Museum of Art exhibition, she chose to curate a second exhibition within it to show her classmates’ paintings.
In this modern take on a 15th-century morality play, follow Everybody as they journey through life’s greatest mystery: the meaning of living.
A UAB doctoral student was recently selected as a 2024 John Knauss Marine Policy Fellow.
Described as “the Spanish pianist of his generation,” Mendez will perform works by Chopin, then dedicate the second half to music by Spanish composers Soler, Granados and Albeniz.
The Grammy Award-winning opera star and arts in health advocate will guide a UAB Arts in Medicine panel discussion with experts working in the arts, neuroscience and health care.
The University of Alabama at Birmingham College of Arts and Sciences is set to host its fall 2023 Haddin Forums.
Dairen, who shares the South’s true crime, urban legends and paranormal history with his more than 157,000 followers, will lead the webinar “Haunts and History: The Reality of Urban Legends” on Oct. 26.
Michelle Wooten, Ph.D., assistant professor of astronomy in the Department of Physics, and eye specialists from the University of Alabama at Birmingham share some useful facts and tips to enjoy the upcoming eclipses.
The Magic City Data Collective has been awarded a Governor’s Work-Based Learning Best Practices award under Alabama Works.
University of Alabama at Birmingham student Margaret Birks is researching how methane can be used as a more economically and environmentally friendly energy source for low-income and rural communities.  
This musical tells the true story of a woman grappling with her relationship with her father, a closeted homosexual who committed suicide only months after she herself came out.
Ter’Ricka Brundidge and Curdajah Bonner took home awards, beating out dozens of other entries.
Students in grades six through 12 can learn Chinese through the STARTALK Chinese Program at UAB, which includes a tuition-free, on-site summer camp in June 2024.
The Department of Music presents recitals and concerts each fall and spring semester — and many of the performances are free and open to the public.
UAB ranked No. 142 out of 435 measured schools in 2023, serving as a testament to the university’s continued growth and national exposure as a competitive and attractive university.
Lim will shape CFR Education’s educational products and share best practices for teaching global issues while fostering global civics advocacy among her students.
Ardón’s lecture, “A través de mi hogar,” will be in Spanish. His visit is presented by the Department of World Languages and Literatures as part of Hispanic Heritage Month 2023.
Theatre UAB and Red Mountain Theatre will collaborate to present “Sister Act” in April 2024, bringing professional theater resources together with the next generation of musical theater talent for one incredible production.
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