Birmingham native and comedy star Rickey Smiley returns to the ASC for a Magic City Classic weekend Friday night show Oct. 25.

Money raised will go to Optometry Cares, a foundation of the American Optometric Association that works to expand eye health and vision care access to everyone in the United States.

Professor of Piano Yakov Kasman and his daughter, Aleksandra, a UAB freshman, will perform as a duo with Hendersonville Symphony Orchestra.

The book chronicles the history of interstates in this country.

Bodin, an assistant professor, will be presented the Overton Outstanding Educator Award at the 2013 ASNA Convention in Montgomery on Oct. 10.

He recently co-wrote an opinion paper titled “Research Ethics and Geoengineering."

A show of Cracco’s new paintings, which focus on light, will open with a free reception Friday, Nov. 1, at beta pictoris gallery.

The show focuses on student athletes who have built character dealing with adversities.

The event, part of National Health Service Corps Day, is from noon to 1 p.m.

Drug-eluting stents pose no greater risk of major heart attack following non-cardiac surgery than bare metal stents.

UAB selected among top 50 schools for advancing females students in science, technology, engineering and math fields. 

Dancers kick up their heels to support research into healthy aging at the fourth annual UAB Dancing with the Silver Stars.

A modern treatment of the oldest known Greek play, “Big Love” explores justice, violence and the nature of love, with a student and faculty cast.
UAB has joined the Clinton Global Initiative University Network; the Office of Service Learning plans to provide training, resources for student innovators.

The UAB community came out to support the CPS-3, becoming the largest single site enrollment in the United States with 1,209 participants.

Gregory Pence, Ph.D., will discuss “Should We Clone People?”

The event, hosted by the Department of English, will take place at 6 p.m. in the Hulsey Recital Hall, 950 13th St. South.

New institute combines commercialization and experiential learning.

UAB studies zero in on potential biomarkers in muscle tissue for Lou Gehrig’s disease.

The week will feature speakers, an artist, trainings, a spoken-word performance, classroom lectures and consultation meetings by local and national experts.

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