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Three students in the UAB College of Arts and Sciences were awarded a fellowship in the U.S. Department of Transportation.
A decision made with his head leads a UAB student to find his passion and love for being a Blazer.
The Deep South Resource Center for Minority Aging Research focuses on minority aging research with a disparities focus, particularly related to health problems more prevalent among older African Americans living in both rural and urban areas.
Medical sociology provides a platform for a UAB graduate to pursue a medical degree while offering insight to the minds of her patients.   
Shakima Knox and Steven D. Wilson have made the most of their time on campus: They met at UAB, married on Homecoming Saturday, earned their graduate degrees and will walk together on Saturday.

UAB School of Medicine professor selected for the highest professional distinction for leading academic inventors.   

Netto will begin serving on Jan. 1, 2020.

Arsh Arora will graduate this fall with a doctorate degree in Interdisciplinary Engineering with a focus on cyber security.
A distance runner since high school, Adam Wende now has a more powerful reason to run 26 miles.
An award provides Macy Stockdill the opportunity to take additional courses, complete her dissertation and work on a research team with her mentors.
Investigators at UAB will expand the data collected by previous studies in Puerto Rico to look at aging, stress and health outcomes.
Brewer was appointed to the board by Governor Kay Ivey.
UAB graduate student Sarah Owens received the distinguished Alabama Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation Bridge to Doctorate Fellowship.
UAB Communication Studies professor Timothy Levine discusses the social science behind lying and human deception in his newest book, “Duped.”
UAB Parkinson’s disease expert David Standaert and an Italian colleague have received the fifth annual Bachmann-Strauss Prize for Excellence in Dystonia Research.
Undergraduate students won awards for their research in virtual reality and child safety and in stabilization of proteins.
Abigail Franks will interview for the Rhodes Scholarship on Nov. 23.
A graduate of UAB was awarded for her outstanding presentation at the Association for the Advancement of Automotive Medicine in Madrid, Spain.
Millan, a sophomore majoring in marketing in the Collat School of Business, also won the Spirit Award and the Talent Award, and tied for the Miss Congeniality Award.
UAB rising junior has been named a 2019 Forbes Under 30 Scholar and recognized at the Forbes Under 30 Summit.
UAB emergency physician Erik Hess has been named to a federal governmental committee on substance abuse disorder.
Teaching contentious topics in the classroom can be done with the right tact and engagement.
Agarwal will lead an organization of more than 20,000 health professionals from 131 countries dedicated to leading the fight against kidney diseases.
The nation faces a dire need for movement disorder specialists as the incidence of diseases such as Parkinson’s continues to increase.
UAB senior Hannah Bae has been selected to serve as a founding member of the newly formed subcommittee on diversity and inclusion for the Public Relations Student Society of America.
UAB professor is recognized for demonstrating leadership skills and providing knowledge for future STEM professionals.
Dr. Edward Partridge was selected by the Black Belt Community Foundation as the 2019 Black Belt Legacy Award recipient.
The American Association of University Women awarded four UAB women who are making a difference in the lives of other women and girls.
Jake Chen becomes UAB’s third elected fellow of the American College of Medical Informatics
A UAB School of Education instructor was awarded a Fulbright grant and traveled to Morocco to study local classrooms.
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