People of UAB

The expo gives young researchers experience presenting their ideas and promotes dialogue among disciplines.

Jolly served as the director of Freshman English and Developmental Studies for more than 30 years.

Proceeds from the book will be donated to the Selma-Dallas County Public Library.

Vines is editor of "Birmingham Poetry Review."

O’Meally is the founder of Columbia’s Center for Jazz Studies and co-curator of exhibitions at Jazz at Lincoln Center.

Richard Ford's book "Independence Day" was the first book awarded both a Pulitzer Prize and a PEN/Faulkner Award for Fiction.

Striking images of women braving breast cancer will be on display at UAB Jan. 7-31, 2013.

To prepare for an upcoming Study Away trip to India, UAB presents the Pathways to Peace film series Jan. 31-March 1.

Marilyn J. Kurata, Ph.D., joined the faculty in 1978.

Lauren Slaughter is working on her first collection of poems.

Check out the feautued books and dates for the informal Department of English book club.

Three UAB professors are among 15 individuals honored with fellowship grants from the Alabama State Council on the Arts.

Founder of the Birmingham Poetry Review named to emeritus position.

UAB’s community of honor students and artists drew aspiring poet to campus.

From a new book of poetry by UAB assistant professor Adam Vines to stories by Southern writers to a novel about a woman working at an alligator-wrestling theme park, these books will move you. 

February's BookTalk title is a fantasy novel considered one of the great examples of the genre.

Innovative thinkers break new ground with creativity, contributing to their academic fields and the public’s quality of life.

Emma Donoghue's Room: A Novel will be the discussion of November's BookTalk.

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