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When Utah resident David Harmer was pinned between two cars, UAB medical student Will Byrd used his medical training to step in and help with focus and precision.
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 will have the opportunity to learn from experienced, diverse faculty with a range of international partners working in interdisciplinary, global health research and practice.
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.
Over the past five years, Vestavia Hills High School students raised $1,044,966 to benefit the UAB Adolescent and Young Adult Oncology and Oncofertility Program.
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.
 
One UAB student is hoping to better understand the reasons red tattoo ink causes the most skin problems.
The institute recognizes the necessity of diversifying the study of economics and expanding the range of voices in the field.
This summer, UAB Student Nick Long will complete an internship with the center’s archaeological laboratory, which hosts one the largest archaeological databases in the United States.
Students and staff were challenged to tell a story in just six words and an image, and the entries are touching, motivational and inspiring.
The Alabama Music Teachers Association named Wagner the winner in the prestigious College Concerto category, and she will now perform at the AMTA state conference.
Hernandez will study neuro-ophthalmic disease, which is a specialty that focuses on visual problems related to the brain.
The Ernest F. Hollings Undergraduate Scholarship provides sophomore students with hands-on, practical experience in NOAA-related science, research, technology, policy, management and education activities.
Ashton Ayers was not expected to survive after an accident left her with a traumatic brain injury during her freshman year of high school. A decade later, Ayers defied the odds and graduated from the UAB School of Nursing.
Defying all odds, Destiny Nelson-Miles is set to graduate this spring with a degree in finance and a concentration in business honors.
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