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Join UAB Campus Recreation for a day of healthy living activities, food and more.
This unique talk will cover the impact on the black community of DNA ancestry research, the trans-Atlantic slave trade and family tree exploration.
Family-friendly and accessibility are part of the innovative vision that propels UAB Passport Services to be the top in the nation.
Presented by the Black Student Awareness Committee, the Step Show assembles the best talent in the Southeast.
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The MLK Jr. Day of Service is an annual event that honors King’s memory through community outreach efforts.
UAB expert Dr. Angela Stowe shares best practices to avoid unwanted stress this holiday season.
Dawson, a junior majoring in neuroscience, also won the Interview and Talent awards and was awarded $2,900 in scholarships.
Homecoming Week 2018 highlights include a free comedy show, the famed Gurney Derby, a Hoops Season Tip-Off and UAB Football vs. North Texas.
The UAB Institute for Human Rights hosts world-renowned leaders to discuss human rights issues with students, faculty and staff.
The green space includes two full-size competition fields and two digital scoreboards.
UAB set to open four new facilities for students, faculty and staff, including the UAB Police and Public Safety Headquarters, Collat School of Business, Intramural and Club Sport Field Complex, and School of Nursing.
Miss UAB 2018 encourages peers to share stories of their own culture or culture of their peers through social media awareness campaign.
Disability Support Services helps students achieve success and challenges them to higher education goals.
Baggott was awarded the Edward Hitchcock Award for Outstanding Contributions in College Health by the American College Health Association.
A resume is your first impression to potential employers, so win them over quickly with these tips.
To land that opportunity, students must be proactive in their search and aware of the skills needed for their target job.
Free for UAB students, Spring Concert tickets are $20 for the general public.
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