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This study underscores the vital role of mental health professionals in public health, providing preliminary support for another potential benefit of public health efforts to encourage COVID-19 preventive measures (testing), namely promoting mental health.
This project aims to strengthen educators’ abilities to work and provide resources and opportunities for multilingual learners in K-12 school systems in Alabama.
An MTSS is a proactive and preventive framework that integrates data and instruction to maximize student achievement and support students’ social, emotional and behavioral needs from a strengths-based perspective. 
The five-year IPPSE grant will address the critical personnel shortage in education by graduating participants early, making a difference in the lives of P-12 students with disabilities in the Birmingham metro area.
Countless faculty, staff, students and partners contributed to the CAEP accreditation efforts by designing assessment instruments, analyzing processes and data, and writing the required report.
Mull will graduate in the fall undergraduate commencement ceremony Dec. 10 in Bartow Arena with her degree in kinesiology.
For two decades, UAB’s SafeZone has been training and educating faculty, staff and students on LGBTQ+ identity and social justice.
Simple steps like handwashing, sanitizing, disinfecting surfaces and avoiding physical contact can help prevent flu at home, school and work.
In his published research, Zhai found that food insecurity and depressive and anxiety symptoms are risk factors for suicide among college students.
Chambless and Spezzini’s efforts guided the course of action for Alabama’s Seal of Biliteracy, which recognizes students’ proficiency in two or more languages by high school graduation.
John Chen will graduate with his master’s degree from the School of Education and thanks all the faculty and students at UAB for helping him succeed.
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