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Janowski, known as Dr. J, has educated and motivated students for 23 years, teaching classes from introductory freshman engineering to doctoral courses.
Kieran Quinlan, Ph.D., wrote a notable essay that chronicles his life growing up in Ireland.
Established in 1997, the award is given to a UGA Science Education graduate in recognition of distinguished contributions to the field in teaching, research or service.
Distinguished faculty from throughout CAS will present topical lectures on issues from cinema to math to racial disparities for the Haddin Forum.
Littlefield, an expert in advanced computer weapons research, joined UAB in 2005.
The book aims to enhance interest and enlighten scientific, policy and programmatic dialogue on reproductive health
The work by Professor of Painting Gary Chapman depicts his daughter and was created using oil and gold leaf on canvas and mixed media on wood panels.
Through his work at the 1917 Clinic, he has participated in several research projects that have been published in scientific journals.

Capers and Singleton will have opportunities to share information on teaching, mentoring and research, as well as on building a career in higher education.

One of the oldest medical associations in the United States, AAO-HNS represents about 12,000 physicians and allied health professionals.

Tanik brings vast experience in multidisciplinary studies and rapid-development prototype research to the department as it continues to expand.

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."

Hitchcock is an assistant professor of social work.

Wittig was honored for making significant contributions to the field and having mentored many public relations practitioners in the region.

The women will be honored at the Fund’s Smart Party event, a high-tech cocktail party and fundraiser benefitting The Women’s Fund.

Carolyn McKinstry is the author of “While the World Watched,” a memoir that chronicles her life growing up in Birmingham.

This annual award honors individuals who engage in interdisciplinary, collaborative efforts across campus in ways that embody the vision vital to the future of UAB.

Wooldridge earned her master of science in clinical nutrition from UAB in 1981.

Salter earned his master’s and doctoral degrees from UAB and returned as a faculty member in 1978.

Burns joined the UAB faculty in 1980 and was also a Senior Scientist in the UAB Comprehensive Cancer Center.

Austin joined the UAB faculty in 1973 and served as director of the Division of Gynecologic Oncology from 1975-79.

Lalor earned her bachelor of science in civil engineering degree cum laude from UAB in 1989 and joined the faculty that year as an instructor and research assistant.

He received the UAB President’s Award for Excellence in Teaching in 1995.

Classé served in the U.S. Marine Corps before earning his legal degree in 1977 and his doctor of optometry degree from UAB in 1978.

Chow was elected to membership in the National Academy of Sciences as a foreign associate in 2012.

The chair was established through gifts from the ROAR initiative of the Southeast Cancer Foundation, matched by the University of Alabama Health Services Foundation.

Luke joined UAB in 1979 as director of the division and of the Nephrology Research and Training Center.

Andreoli was the founding director of the UAB Division of Nephrology in 1970 and established the Nephrology Research and Training Center.

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