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UAB’s PRCA/PRSSA chapter won 29 individual student awards — the most of any state chapter — plus Chapter of the Year and more, while graduating senior Dylan Baggiano is the first at UAB to ever win both top individual awards.
UAB gave Samant the chance to try everything from filmmaking and student leadership to cutting-edge research, and as she graduates with two degrees and honors, she will head to medical school at UAB this fall.
For the first time, UAB School of Optometry students are now providing free vision services to patients at the Equal Access Birmingham clinic.
Voted Best Performer in a Musical by Birmingham Broadway World for his sensational performance as SpongeBob SquarePants for Theatre UAB, Serena will reprise the role for professional theater after graduation.
Schweitzer Fellowships have an intensive leadership component so that fellows can continue to inspire others to improve the health of those who experience barriers to care beyond their year of service.
Commencement celebrations and photoshoots can often mean environmentally damaging waste like balloons and confetti. These easy substitutions can help everyone celebrate sustainably.
The Blaze to DMD program is an 11-month master’s program designed to help students establish a strong foundation in biomedical and health sciences in preparation for a traditional four-year DMD degree.
One of the projects for the University of Alabama at Birmingham’s Give As One 2023 is the Birmingham Robotics Initiative.
Casey Mahoney-Crane and Banks Stamp are the 2023 recipients of the Samuel B. Barker Award for Excellence in Graduate Studies — the UAB Graduate School’s highest honor.
The Dr. David Satcher Public Health Leadership Endowed Scholarship will provide $5,000 a year to one student who graduated from an Alabama HBCU and is attending UAB for graduate studies in public health.
ASBA started in 2014 as a think tank focused on facilitating growth for local small businesses by involving students.
The panel discussion will help navigate through the daunting, complicated process of launching a startup for passionate entrepreneurs.
Students of peace, justice and human rights at UAB will join global thought leaders in the two-day, immersive event — focused on the pursuit of peace at all levels of society.
The Department of Biology and the Alabama Audubon will host Harvard ornithologist Scott Edwards, Ph.D., for a seminar titled “Bicycling, Birding and #BLM Across America in a Summer of Chaos.” 
Are we already in the woods? This production of Sondheim’s beloved play looks at the dangers society has created with sets inspired by Birmingham’s Sloss Furnaces.
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