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CLS Spark is designed to leverage best practices in online language learning and was developed by the CLS program during the pandemic to provide American students the opportunity to accessibly study critical languages through virtual classes.
Give As One is 48 hours of collaborative fundraising to support UAB’s students, faculty and community. Give As One amplifies the power of any size gift through matches and challenges from generous donors.
They have historic ties, but the co-production of “Sister Act” marks the beginning of a new era. UAB students, faculty and alumni make up two-thirds of the team uniting to present this show.
Four Department of Art and Art History students were honored for their student work by the American Advertising Federation of Birmingham.
Bayles attended the 2024 ACS Leadership Institute, where he was chosen as the 2024 undergraduate student liaison, one of the only undergraduate student positions within the national organization.
UAB students secured the top spot at Auburn Hacks with a resume feedback website and the best use of MongoDB award, showcasing their interdisciplinary, real-world application of class knowledge.
Kirkman, 20, a UAB junior from Florence, Alabama, studying musical theater, was awarded the Chip Hand Prize for Vocal Excellence in the NextGen National contest presented by the American Pops Orchestra.
A team of UAB students recently won $10,000 and first place in the statewide entrepreneurship competition, Innovate Alabama: Entrepreneurship Hackathon.
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.” 
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.”
Birds of prey are an essential part of the ecosystem here and easy to take for granted. One University of Alabama at Birmingham student is asking people to think about them for a moment.
Interning at Amazon this summer as an operations manager, Neha Moolchandani developed skills in data visualization, statistical modeling and project management, while collaborating with cross-functional teams.
The institute recognizes the necessity of diversifying the study of economics and expanding the range of voices in the field.
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