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Biomedical Sciences Ph.D. student Jazmine Benjamin was selected as an inaugural fellow for the Howard Garrison Advocacy Fellowship program.
The Department of Music presents recitals and concerts each fall and spring semester — and many of the performances are free and open to the public.
UAB ranked No. 142 out of 435 measured schools in 2023, serving as a testament to the university’s continued growth and national exposure as a competitive and attractive university.
Theatre UAB and Red Mountain Theatre will collaborate to present “Sister Act” in April 2024, bringing professional theater resources together with the next generation of musical theater talent for one incredible production.
City Walk BHAM to become part of the Blazer Football game day experience.
More than 600 students from across the country applied for the position. Only three, including Massie, received offers.
This year’s student-selected theme celebrates year 2000 vibes. UAB Football will play Florida Atlantic at 2 p.m. Nov. 4 at Protective Stadium.
The eighth annual Blazer Splash is set for Thursday, Sept. 7.
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Interning at Amazon this summer as an operations manager, Neha Moolchandani developed skills in data visualization, statistical modeling and project management, while collaborating with cross-functional teams.
UAB’s residence halls play an integral role of providing transformational experiences for UAB undergraduate students as they pursue academic success and prepare for life beyond the campus.
The opening of the first phase of the Science and Engineering Complex is a significant milestone for UAB and demonstrates its unwavering dedication to advancing scientific knowledge.
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Acclaimed award-winning organization PRCA/PRSSA at UAB, a valuable extension of the public relations program, continues to prove itself statewide and nationwide.
T-Pain’s appearance marks the first time a national recording artist has performed on the UAB campus since rock band Weezer helped celebrate the university’s 50th anniversary in 2019.
Initially set on education, a UAB chemistry Ph.D. graduate is letting his first passion fuel his next adventure as he sets off to Hawaii for a postdoctoral fellowship.
Hunter Caroline Davies will receive her master’s degree in anatomical science at UAB’s summer commencement Aug. 11. But she is already back in the classroom as part of the Heersink School of Medicine’s class of 2027.
Party with the arts at UAB and dance to hard-driving world music by Brooklyn brass band Red Baraat, in a free concert presented by Alys Stephens Performing Arts Center.
Jada King spent her childhood caring for her sister. Four years after her sister’s passing, King will graduate from the UAB School of Nursing and work with patients like her sister as a pediatric intensive care nurse.
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