Hughes Evans, M.D., Ph.D., will be the chair of the Department of Medical Education in the UAB School of Medicine.

A new endowed professorship in French and Proust studies named in honor of William Carter, Ph.D. established in the College of Arts and Sciences.

Grammy Award-winning singer-songwriter Patty Griffin will be joined by special guest Buddy Miller at UAB’s Alys Stephens Center.

The UAB Bevill Neurosciences Symposium brings leading scientists to Birmingham and honors the memory of late U.S. Congressman Tom Bevill.

UAB’s freshmen and overall student enrollment has broken records once again. This year 1,605 freshmen are learning on UAB’s campus.
A football addiction can be detrimental to relationships, but can be extinguished with simple steps.

UAB study released today reports that fifth-graders with ADHD are nearly twice as likely to sustain injuries requiring medical attention.

The UAB Department of Music presents award-winning pianist Andrew Tyson and an array of free faculty, student and guest recitals in October.
David Allison, Ph.D., professor and associate dean in the School of Public Health, is the 2011 UAB Distinguished Faculty Lecturer.
The chair of the UAB Department of Physical Therapy received a professionalism award.
A School of Nursing professor has received the Cancer Nursing journal research award.
A UAB School of Nursing professor will edit a new online nursing journal.
Award-winning pianists Andrew Tyson, Christopher Taylor and Dmitry Rachmanov will grace this season’s UAB Piano Series.
UAB and Kellogg’s are teaming to “Share Your Bowl” — buy a bowl of cereal at the Commons on the Green and a bowl will be donated.

A drug already on the market for Crohn’s disease might help slow the growth of gliomas, the brain cancer that killed Sen. Ted Kennedy in 2008.

UAB hosts a major blood drive the week of Sept. 12-17, to boost blood supplies weakened by earthquakes, hurricanes and flooding.

UAB Artist-in-Residence Yakov Kasman will perform around the county and around the world in the upcoming orchestral performance season.

UAB medical professionals who were in New York on 9-11 when the World Trade Center was attacked remember that day, and the lessons learned.