People of UAB - News

UAB president and interim provost given engineering awards.

UAB students win big, including best in show, for their classroom graphic design work at Birmingham advertising awards.

Powers was named an associate professor emeritus in business.

Haeberle was named an associate professor emeritus in government.

Twieg has been named a professor emeritus in biomedical engineering.

Ideker has been named a professor emeritus in cardiovascular disease.

Harrell has been named a professor emerita in neurology.

Pappas will be the inaugural holder of an endowed professorship in infectious diseases.

Allison will hold an endowed professorship in the School of Public Health.

Rosenthal will hold a chair and become division director of otolaryngology.

Randall will hold an endowed professorship in rheumatology.

Forero-Torres will be the first holder of a professorship position endowed by the O'Neal-Sokol Breast Cancer Research Foundation of Alabama.

Shelton joined the UAB faculty on Feb. 1 to hold a chair in psychiatry.

Peters will hold a chair in otolaryngology surgery.

Lund will hold a chair in microbiology.

Prabhu will hold a chair in cardiovascular medicine.

Eckhoff will hold an endowed chair in transplantation surgery.

Rimmer will hold first chair in a collaboration between UAB and the Lakeshore Foundation.

UAB physics researcher recognized for his work in optical technology.

A juried show of all- Alabama faculty artists at the Tennessee Valley Museum of Art will feature works by two UAB art professors.

The Ph.D. in Rehabilitation Science program has named its inaugural leader.

UAB Medicine has named Dennis Stanek its Emergency Management Director.

Three UAB educators have been recognized for their work in education programs for the blind.

UAB Collat School of Business honored for excellence in online instruction, success leads to expansion and online degrees in 2012.

A UAB environmental sciences professor has been named to a national council.

A UAB government professor will speak at a national seminar on Greece.

Professor emeritus will be a representative to the United Nations.

UAB employees named "Hospital Heroes" by local chapter of the Alabama Hospital Association.

Bill Neville has been inducted in the 2011 College Media Association Hall of Fame.

Kathleen G. Nelson, M.D., will serve a one-year term on the board of directors of the Association of American Medical Colleges.

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