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The ranking means that UAB’s School of Nursing has one of the strongest social media presences in the nation.

Michael Saag, M.D., professor of medicine and internationally renowned expert, will offer a history of AIDS.

The ASEM program is the first and only Master of Engineering degree with a safety emphasis offered online.

Interested students are invited to learn more about the epidemiology curriculum.

UAB athlete came to Birmingham to get closer to dad and brother; but when dad died, the graduating senior found strength and family here on campus

Strategic-learning class puts CEOs in front of students and vice versa; discussion topics include failure and dating.

The first graduating class included top leadership from health systems across the country.

Fully online program exceeds OSHA requirements, gives students a chance to learn best safety practices and earn undergraduate credit hours.

UAB simulation training using sophisticated mannequins helps students learn to work together in patient care.

This award honors a faculty advisor who has distinguished themselves in mentoring dental students.

The Department of Music is now an AVID Learning Partner, and students can earn professional training in a redesigned and upgraded recording studio.

Being physically active is tough for people with disabilities yet vitally important for their overall health and wellbeing. UAB research is working to break down barriers.

Changes in how medical codes are assigned means a chance for UAB  health information faculty to teach coding professionals at hospitals.

The program’s goal is to meet the needs of children with deaf-blindness.

UAB School of Nursing earns federal grant to train more mental health nurse practitioners and to increase use of technology in care.
UAB graduate and Tuscaloosa Mayor Walter Maddox will speak at UAB Nov. 19.
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