Tiffany Westry Womack

Tiffany Westry Womack

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Education; anthropology; language and communication studies; government; history; philosophy; social work; sociology; computer and information sciences; justice sciences; exercise science
Anthony Appiah, Ph.D., will discuss living a moral life in the modern age on March 1.
Anthony Ray Hinton, who spent nearly 30 years on death row before being exonerated in 2015, will speak at UAB on March 1.
Lectures include cultivating compassion, the history of race and society in Nazi Germany and the Jim Crow South, and helping children in war-affected communities.
Students can put their computer programming skills to the test and compete for cash prizes and other rewards.
Grad students explain new research discoveries to the community in a free twice-monthly speaker series.
Security researchers develop automated verification model to better secure data sent via.
Pulitzer Prize-nominated author Jonathan Bass will tell the story of an Alabama man wrongfully convicted of murder and sentenced to death.
A UAB alumna and director of the Ada Long Creative Writing Workshop won the 2017 Philip Levine Prize for Poetry.
A civic dialogue forum Jan. 24 will explore community engagement and collaboration.
The School of Education is offering free English conversation classes for faculty, staff, students and the Birmingham community.
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