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The University of Alabama at Birmingham will hold its summer Service Learning and Undergraduate Research Expo from July 22-26.
Verhine is looking forward to advancing his skills as a dentist while being able to serve his fellow veterans through oral health care after graduation. 
This spring, Samantha Richardson won her second Mosaic Award, the American Advertising Federation’s highest honor, for her work with a new Birmingham, Alabama, nonprofit, In Solidarity: The Beth El Civil Rights Experience.
The annual challenge gives students an opportunity to engage with the company in a unique way and apply their coding skills.
Alabama musicians can submit an audition now through June 30, and up to four finalists will be selected to perform live onstage Sept. 13 at the Arts Block Party, presented by UAB Arts.
UAB’s Abroms-Engel Institute for the Visual Arts will present works from more than 60 artists, representing many of its most iconic exhibitions from the past decade and offering a glimpse into future exhibitions.
The Green Labs and Rheaply programs at UAB earned a Department of Energy Better Practice Awards honor — one of only two universities to receive the award. Another recognition brings pro bono consulting on electrification of Blazer Express.
Through the UAB School of Optometry’s program, the students earned a Doctor of Optometry degree in 29 months. UAB is one of three schools in the United States and the first school in the Southeast to offer a program like this.
The name change will better reflect the diverse areas of expertise and academic programs the school offers. 
Awards and honors continue for the PRCA/PRSSA at UAB chapter, where students put their classroom learning into real-world practice, preparing them for careers and vaulting them into the professional world.
School of Nursing student Emily Fonville quickly learned the UAB family is committed to helping each other achieve their purpose after her longtime health issues challenged her education.
Sarah Haas’ childhood experiences in hospitals with her grandmother inspired her passion for medicine and influenced the focus of her thesis on cancer.
Moolchandani is also a DJ, which is not a mere hobby but a commitment that complements her academic pursuits in computer science as she blends her passion for both technology and music through this role.
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