Birmingham third- and fourth-graders become authors with help from UAB students.
Aspiring teachers get schooled in the possibilities that college offers.
Oral presentation from graduate student Nichole Pompey places first at conference for emerging researchers.
UAB was first accredited by CALEA in 1995 and is one of only 47 university police departments to hold that designation.
This year's fellows will contribute to the Global Health Case Competition
Prestigious awards program honors junior faculty who excel in research and education.
Huntsville's Shelly Colvin has replaced Holly Williams as the opening act for American country and folk singer-songwriter John Prine when he performs for the first time at the ASC.
Additional resources benefiting Birmingham will help address critical issues and become more livable for all.
Two endocrinology societies, under the direction of a UAB obesity expert, have laid out an action plan to tackle the nation’s obesity epidemic.
The inaugural Hall Thompson Hero for Sight Award is awarded to Songs for Sight.
From the leadership level to the volunteer effort, UAB is making a difference within the Bama Covered initiative.
The American Board of Emergency Medicine has created a new subspecialty for emergency physicians, and UAB’s Nafziger is a first to earn board certification.
Mervyn Sterne Library Director Jerry Stephens, Ph.D., announced he will retire May 31. Stephens, who first joined the library in 1974 when it was a part of the former University College, is only the second director for UAB's main academic library. A national search for dean of libraries is underway.
“Urinetown” takes place in a mythical city with a water shortage where people have to pay to pee, until a hero takes a stand.
UAB’s fourth-year medical students found out where they will do their residency training, and in what medical field, at the 2014 Match Day activities.
Students from a variety of academic disciplines will present at this year's UAB undergraduate research expo.
April 1 baseball game kicks off Autism Awareness Month
Four new online degree programs will be added by the Collat School of Business this fall.
UAB and Stanford are the first U.S. universities chosen for Facebook-sponsored contest in which computer-security enthusiasts attack and defend from peers online.
National Public Health Week presents an opportunity for public health and clinical health professionals to help individuals and communities navigate the changing world of public health.
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