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Blazer Kitchen’s mission is to increase food security in the UAB community by providing healthy food, resources and referrals to UAB employees, students, patients and their families.
Health Promoting Universities are an international community that aspires to transform the health and sustainability of current and future societies, strengthen communities, and contribute to the well-being of people, places and the planet.
In response to increasing case numbers and hospitalizations and in consultation with UAB infectious disease and public health experts, UAB is canceling large indoor events to protect the health and safety of students, faculty, staff and the community.
Free Pfizer COVID vaccines will be offered with no appointment necessary to new and returning students and anyone who meets eligibility requirements. The Moderna vaccine is also available by appointment in Student Health Services.
Free Pfizer vaccines will be offered to new and returning students and anyone who meets eligibility requirements. Participants can receive their first or second Pfizer vaccine on either day.
Maysa Mohmoud was named Collegiate Recovery Student of the Year Award, and Kathy and Ray Hayes were chosen for the Collegiate Recovery Philanthropist of the Year Award.
Tyler Huang graduates from UAB with a Bachelor of Science degree in neuroscience and a Master of Science degree in multidisciplinary biomedical sciences with a concentration in neuroscience. He is part of one of the first cohorts finishing an Accelerated Bachelor’s to Master’s.
For the 22nd year of this university tradition, 139 UAB volunteers worked with six community partners at 14 sites around Birmingham, including Birmingham Botanical Gardens, Sozo Trading and the Live HealthSmart Alabama community cleanup in Kingston.
UAB undergraduate student earns an internship with the Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute for its 2021 summer intern program.
Through this online conference, students will have an opportunity to share and present on advocacy work with their peers across the nation, in sessions accessible to anyone from first-time attendees to regular activists.
This year, 90 students and their families have been helped by the Little Blazer Wishes program, which supports students who are parents trying to meet their children’s holiday needs and wishes.
The International Health Promoting Campuses Network is guided by the Okanagan Charter, which calls on postsecondary schools to infuse health into all aspects of campus culture and lead health promotion action and collaboration locally and globally.
For the 21st year of Into the Streets, a student-led day of service at UAB, 84 volunteers gave a combined 168 hours of service, working at 12 sites with seven community partners, while safeguarding against COVID-19.
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