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A heritage Spanish speaker, Gracemarie Cepero Lopez graduates from UAB and wants to use her skills as a medical interpreter on her path to medical school.
Michael Ho is the first in UAB’s history to be awarded this prestigious scholarship by AED in recognition of his scholastic achievements in academics as well as extracurriculars.
The University of Alabama at Birmingham is offering multiple ways for you to give back to your community this holiday season.
For two decades, UAB’s SafeZone has been training and educating faculty, staff and students on LGBTQ+ identity and social justice.
The Inno Under 25 list recognizes top founders, entrepreneurs, innovators and leaders in Birmingham under the age of 25.
A student accounting organization has been nationally recognized for leading with excellence and ethics on campus.
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Lexie Woolums, an Honors College and Environmental Sciences student at UAB, has been selected to join the first cohort of the Obama-Chesky Scholarship for Public Service, or Voyager Scholarship.
UAB students read books to children at Tuggle Elementary School to help increase their reading literacy through the community service program Blazers Read.
Nurse Laura Melton studied classical music repertoire at UAB while earning her degree and performed in Italy this summer after missing out on the trip due to the pandemic.
Research expos are held every semester to showcase the scholarly research work of undergraduate students across disciplines that include basic sciences, social sciences, engineering, health and medicine.
Theatre UAB presents a playful new adaptation of Jane Austen’s beloved novel, with glorious costumes, pop music and bright bursts of color, Nov. 9-12 and 16-19.
UAB’s Blazer Male Excellence Network, BMEN, honored by Birmingham Mayor Randall Woodfin and City Council for 15 years of service.
Three Blazers received honors during the 2022 SCJA conference that was held in Asheville, North Carolina.
The University of Alabama at Birmingham has been recognized by the United States Department of State for sending a record breaking number of students abroad since 2020.
In his published research, Zhai found that food insecurity and depressive and anxiety symptoms are risk factors for suicide among college students.
The research program is aimed at transforming students into advocates for scholarship, leadership and creative inquiry.
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