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Kirkman, 20, a UAB junior from Florence, Alabama, studying musical theater, was awarded the Chip Hand Prize for Vocal Excellence in the NextGen National contest presented by the American Pops Orchestra.
Scarinci will lead a workgroup devoted to developing a road map to eliminating cervical cancer in the United States.
A team of UAB students recently won $10,000 and first place in the statewide entrepreneurship competition, Innovate Alabama: Entrepreneurship Hackathon.
Lund is the fifth Distinguished Fellow from UAB named since 2019, a sign of the strength of immunology research at UAB.
The accolade, bestowed by the NASPA Foundation, is among the highest honors in the student affairs community.
UAB Student Media Director Jackie Alexander was inaugurated in November at the annual conference held in Atlanta, where UAB student media outlets were awarded top prizes.
As part of the HESP cohort, Miller aims to enhance community engagement, communicate research findings and foster relationships with peers while focusing on policy determinants of health, particularly in the context of sexual and gender minorities and racial health inequities.
Now a finalist in The American Pops Orchestra “NextGen National: Finding the Voices of Tomorrow” competition, UAB musical theater major Jalen Kirkman performed the jazz standard “Guess Who I Saw Today.”
Ivan Pupulidy, Ph.D., and Crista Vesel plan to expand knowledge of the Learning Review into UAB courses to prepare students to tackle safety issues and improve programs around the world.
Green will graduate with his doctoral degree in biology from UAB on Dec. 8.
A UAB physics student is combining his love of music with the complexity of science to one day change the world through acoustics.
The Teahan awards recognize outstanding work and achievements by students in public relations from across the country.
Fowler will graduate with his Bachelor of Science degree in psychology from UAB in the fall 2023 commencement ceremony Friday, Dec 8.
UAB competed against 13 international teams from academic institutions and commercial entities that participated in the competition.
Recognized for her innovation in the classroom, Samiksha Raut, Ph.D., was awarded the 2023 Four-Year College and University Section Biology Teaching Award from the National Association of Biology Teachers.
The award is given to an emerging scholar whose work contributes to the field and shows potential to advance society’s understanding of nonverbal communication.
Morgan will serve alongside UAB’s Cheri Canon, M.D., who is currently the board’s president-elect.
The competition is an official preliminary to the Miss Alabama and Miss America competitions. Johnson, captain of the UAB Blazerettes, also won the Spirit Award.
Birds of prey are an essential part of the ecosystem here and easy to take for granted. One University of Alabama at Birmingham student is asking people to think about them for a moment.
Hunter Skoog, Robert Wineski and Nick Rivers were the first residents to receive a certification for the Inspire device and for transoral robotic surgery.
The task force will develop and disseminate strategies, resources and guidance to better service the Alzheimer’s population.
Started in 1981, the Mr. and Ms. UAB Scholarship Competition is one of UAB’s longest-standing Homecoming traditions presented by the UAB National Alumni Society.
A UAB doctoral student was recently selected as a 2024 John Knauss Marine Policy Fellow.
Mullins has been CFO and associate vice president of Financial Affairs since 2016.
The Bárány Society is an international interdisciplinary society that facilitates contact between scientists and clinicians involved in vestibular research, founded in 1960.
UAB junior Zoe Champion balances being a full-time student and caregiver to her parents.
A materials engineering Ph.D. student was awarded a scholarship from the Society of Plastic Engineers to help fund research to better the environment.
The program is extremely competitive and has produced hundreds of investigators who have become leaders in optometric education and contributed greatly to the body of research in vision science and optometry.
University of Alabama at Birmingham student Margaret Birks is researching how methane can be used as a more economically and environmentally friendly energy source for low-income and rural communities.  
Ter’Ricka Brundidge and Curdajah Bonner took home awards, beating out dozens of other entries.
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