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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.
Alabama-certified school psychometrists can earn a degree in school psychology in UAB’s new innovative online program.
Ennis to lead division of organization committed to supporting individuals with emotional and behavioral needs by identifying evidence-based practices, empowering educators to meet their needs, and advocating for better resources and supports.
The programs were created for students who hope to enhance their skills regarding LGBTQ-related research and advocacy. Applications for the undergraduate and graduate-level certificates are now open for coursework to begin in fall 2023.
Students can start this 15-hour Coaching the Intercollegiate Scholar Athlete Graduate Certificate in the fall, spring or summer. Applicants do not need to have earned a degree in kinesiology.
Allie Saunders and Katie Toler, both counseling majors, will be working hands-on with and learning directly from highly respected professionals in the field of school counseling.
 
UAB professors and teacher candidates provided guidance on the selection of book titles along with additional family resources to support reading.
UAB researcher Yusen Zhai, Ph.D., discovered that overall mental health care accessibility took a step forward during the pandemic due to telehealth.
In addition to adults, the clinic also sees children and relies on a strong referral network throughout Jefferson County and beyond to get children the help they need.

Rodgers-Johnson attains success in his music journey through his drive, passion for social justice issues and faculty mentorship.

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