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The Center for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities integrates clinical service, training and research to support individuals and families impacted by developmental disabilities in Alabama and beyond.
Four new pieces of music were written for the UAB Wind Symphony to perform; three will have their world premieres at a free preview concert Feb. 25.
 Camp CSI gives children a chance to explore real-world forensic practices and learn about education and career opportunities in criminal justice.
A team of UAB students recently won $10,000 and first place in the statewide entrepreneurship competition, Innovate Alabama: Entrepreneurship Hackathon.
The developing work, following the true story of the Irish revolutionary Michael Collins, will premiere at UAB in November.
Hosted by the UAB Department of Biology, Darwin Day 2024 will be an opportunity to learn about current UAB research and listen to keynote speaker Athena Aktipis, Ph.D., host of the podcast “Zombified.” 
This farcical stage comedy is an entertaining parody of the Alfred Hitchcock film, set with notorious characters, 1930s music and costumes, intrigue, and physical slapstick in a host of delightful classic spy story situations.
Choose from student recitals, guest artists and faculty performances, including Yakov Kasman, DMA, with the Alabama Symphony Orchestra, plus Amadeae Duo and the fifth annual PRISM Concert.
Grammy- and Emmy-winner Panion arranged and orchestrated the Blind Boys’ classic hits for this performance, featuring members of the Alabama Symphony Orchestra and a 300-person combined college choir.
Speakers for “A Tale of Two Cities: Atlanta and Birmingham During the Civil Rights Movement” will shed light on how city governments, civil society leaders and urban geographies can advance or obstruct racial justice and human rights.
Wallick will perform his diverse program “The Virtuosic Fugue,” culminating with one of Beethoven’s most important piano sonatas, which has never been performed in the UAB Piano Series’ history.
Artist and UAB Professor Gary Chapman has cut about 10,000 paper snowflakes in the last 15 years. Here are his tips to cut your own.
This year’s juror is Los Angeles-based artist Amanda Ross-Ho, whose new works will be shown in a companion exhibition.
Kevin McCain’s award-winning book “Understanding How Science Explains the World” explores the nature of scientific explanation and addresses common misconceptions about scientific theories.
As part of the HESP cohort, Miller aims to enhance community engagement, communicate research findings and foster relationships with peers while focusing on policy determinants of health, particularly in the context of sexual and gender minorities and racial health inequities.
Now a finalist in The American Pops Orchestra “NextGen National: Finding the Voices of Tomorrow” competition, UAB musical theater major Jalen Kirkman performed the jazz standard “Guess Who I Saw Today.”
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