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With international travel on pause, a global remote internship provides a cultural experience for students and supports the efforts of Clinica Verde in Nicaragua, all from the UAB campus.
UAB’s diverse workforce is recognized by Forbes as one of the best in the nation, chosen based on an independent survey of more than 50,000 employees working for companies employing at least 1,000 people.
With the funding, Da Yan, Ph.D., will study how newly emerging services are changing the way Alabamians travel every day, and Paul Baker, Ph.D., will work toward the development of an artificial vascular graft.
A new mural on the UAB campus captures what it means to be a Blazer and shares positive messages of resilience, wellness, empathy and joy, in vibrant greens, yellows and blues.
Courtney Severino, Jasmin Revanna and Retta El Sayed will receive up to three years of support for graduate education, including a $34,000 annual stipend plus $12,000 per year toward the cost of graduate work.
UAB — Alabama’s largest public employer and home of the state’s flagship academic medical center — has been named America’s No. 1 Best Large Employer by Forbes.
The fellowship provides exceptional undergraduate women and other gender minorities with space and aviation internships, senior mentorship, and a secure professional network.
Throughout January and February, Community Month activities are planned to engage students, faculty, staff and the wider community in diversity programs.
UAB’s Engineering Innovation and Technology Development research group is working to build and maintain cold-stowage units for the International Space Station.
Keyanna Stokes in the UAB Pre-Nursing program was selected from among more than 1,500 applicants for the scholarship, sponsored by the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs.
Due to the novel COVID-19 pandemic, traditional holiday parties may look a little different this year. UAB provides six creative alternatives for the 2020 holiday season.
Zahrah Abdulrauf, a senior in the College of Arts and Sciences, is one of only 154 Schwarzman Scholars chosen for 2022, selected from a field of more than 3,600 applicants.
Due to COVID-19, the UAB Gospel Choir did not get to visit Wales and the Urdd National Eisteddfod choir competition as planned, so they’re singing in Welsh for a virtual trans-Atlantic collaboration.
UAB’s School of Engineering student-led organization will participate in the national Design Build Fly competition.
The Princeton Review recognized UAB’s Collat School of Business as one of the leading collegiate institutions for aspiring entrepreneurs.
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