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Bracamonte, Sun and Wang received two-year fellowships from the American Heart Association for their research within the department of biomedical engineering.

The UAB Institute for Human Rights presents W. Jake Newsome, Ph.D., whose book traces the transformation of the pink triangle from a Nazi concentration camp badge and emblem of discrimination into a global symbol of pride.

The all-department concert will feature faculty and student performances, including solo and ensemble, choral, symphonic, piano, voice, percussion, chamber music, gospel, and more.

The workshop will train students on a variety of creative writing skills and will culminate in published pieces in the workshop’s yearly anthology.

Rodgers-Johnson attains success in his music journey through his drive, passion for social justice issues and faculty mentorship.

UAB history students in Phi Alpha Theta attended the 2023 conference, where three students won session paper prizes for best papers in their panel.
Music majors Austin Green and Reagan Martin and physics major Jackson Hanle won top prizes in the Alabama State Auditions of the National Association of Teachers of Singing.
Breen’s performances have been described as “truly show-stopping” by Gramophone UK. She will perform works by Bach, Medtner, Schoenberg and Mozart.

UAB graduate and award-winning composer Eric Mobley and Gospel Choir Director Reginald Jackson, Ph.D., will perform works in response to Kwame Brathwaite’s photography exhibition at UAB’s Abroms-Engel Institute for the Visual Arts.

The winner of the state bee will represent Alabama at the 2023 Scripps National Spelling Bee in Washington, D.C., on May 28.
Audiences are in for an unconventional experience in this brisk 90-minute show, which uses citizenship and documentation to speak on identity, belonging and privilege and is shaped by the actors’ own heritage.
UAB will host CARSEF, one the largest regional science and engineering fairs in the nation, where students will showcase their scientific knowledge and skills.
An expert in family communication and social support, Samantha Shebib, Ph.D., offers her expertise to help navigate these complicated and difficult conversations.

Professor Emeritus Michael Flannery will talk about five native Alabama plants with curative powers Feb. 27, and work with students researching botanicals for an art exhibition later this year.

UAB shop administrator Jerry Sewell is celebrating 85 years of life and 59 years with UAB.
In his newest research, Schwebel suggests that a fourth dimension be added to the current drowning prevention model.
A UAB professor of political science and public administration was selected to receive an award for his contributions to the American Society for Public Administration.
Hosted by the UAB Department of Biology, Darwin Day 2023 will be an opportunity to explore current research and will feature an in-depth lecture that dives into the compelling self-destructive nature of human behavior.
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