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Factors contributing to the rise of PTSD and ASD in college students may include pandemic-related stressors and the effects of traumatic events.
UAB’s Yusen Zhai, Ph.D., offers insights and understanding of men’s mental health, and how loved ones can help.
Edmonds will present innovative strategies to address eco-anxiety and promote trauma-informed teaching at two summer camps for Hungarian and Ukrainian teachers.
UAB professors and teacher candidates provide guidance on the selection of book titles along with additional family resources to support reading.
The name change will better reflect the diverse areas of expertise and academic programs the school offers. 
Zhai says the award is more than an accolade; it aligns with his long-term aspiration to advance counseling research and bridge mental health care gaps to drive better health outcomes among diverse populations.
UAB elementary education major Matthew Norris says, after arriving in America, he had little knowledge of the new culture his life would be impacted by, let alone the educational system.
Since 1946, the Fulbright Program has given more than 390,000 professionals of all backgrounds and fields the opportunity to study, teach and conduct research, exchange ideas, and contribute to finding solutions to shared international concerns.
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.
The strong showing of UAB representatives at the AWLA conference reflects the university’s dedication to language education and highlights the exceptional talent nurtured within its academic community.
In addition to bestowing this inaugural award, AMTESOL established the Susan Spezzini stipend to support rural teachers in attending the organization’s annual conferences, something Spezzini is passionate about continuing.
UAB’s Christopher Ballmann, Ph.D., explains the positive and negative impacts of music preference on exercise and athletic performance.
Project TransTeam Evolution strives to improve outcomes for young children with high-intensity needs and their families through evidence-based practices and advance equity for children from diverse cultural, structural and socioeconomic backgrounds.
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