Displaying items by tag: school of education

A UAB mental health expert provides five ways to help manage stress levels.
Incorporating stretching in your daily routine can significantly improve your flexibility and range of motion and help manage stress.
Ketones, ketogenic diet, ketosis — what does it all mean? UAB expert Eric Plaisance, Ph.D., explains the ketogenic diet and the known health benefits it produces.
Martin J. Kauffman Distinguished Early Career Research Award received by Ennis is one of the most prestigious international awards in special education.
UAB’s Community Counseling Clinic celebrates 10 years of providing affordable counseling to Jefferson County and Greater Birmingham residents.
Often New Year’s health resolutions are lofty and fall short after people lose momentum. Setting achievable and realistic health and fitness goals enables people to create long-term habits, says one UAB School of Education professor.
A UAB researcher will serve on the advisory committee to promote women’s and minority health, and other gender-related health disparities.
The Master of Science in Instructional Design and Development program prepares students to effectively design, develop and evaluate learning in a variety of environments, such as health care, business, government and higher education.
Being able to set boundaries about topics you may or may not want to discuss is important during the holiday season. Learn more about how to guide these conversations.
Ebony Tolliver’s love of running and passion for health sciences led her to both successful academic and athletic careers while a Blazer.
Ashley Penrod put her education on hold and served as the main caretaker for her father after he received two different cancer diagnoses. After seven years, she will graduate with honors at the UAB graduate commencement ceremony.
A UAB doctoral candidate received a $600,000 grant to further her work in promoting the preservation of LGBTQ history.  
UABTeach will serve as the pedagogical core of the Alabama Rural Learning Accelerator by providing faculty and interns as virtual educators and tutors to students in Bullock County.
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