Jennifer Abell

Podcast lovers - check out Jennifer's suggestions for her favorites these days in the week's Provost Office Pick Five!

Sharon B. Morgan

Need restaurant recommendations? Check out Sharon's Provost Office Pick Five and find out where she loves to eat in Birmingham.

Amy Hutson Chatham

Find out what books Amy Hutson Chatham would recommend in this week's Pick Five.

DeeDee Barnes

Find out what advice DeeDee Barnes Bruns would offer new Blazers in this week's Provost Office Pick Five

Gwynne Mountz

Check out this Provost Pick Five to find out about where Gwynne loves to eat in Birmingham and where her favorite vacation spot is.

Amy Ward

Find out how long Amy Ward has been a part of the Birmingham community and who she says here heroes are.

Kyle Bailey

Find out where Kyle Bailey would travel tomorrow if he could and more in this week's Provost Pick Five.

Katrina Bradley

Learn more about our IEA colleague Katrina Bradley and her love for horses, books, and art.

Ashley Neyer

Meet this week's Provost Office Pick Five participant! Where is Ashley Neyer's favorite vacation spot? Find out.

lauren humphreys

Lauren Humphreys is this week’s Provost Office Pick Five participant. Find out what questions she answered and get to know her better.

Coloring and a lot of little crafts have been helpful.

Spring 2021 Wellness Days are intended to provide students, instructors, and instructional support staff some opportunity to refresh and rejuvenate.

Being patient and staying positive and thinking of others and ways to help.

DeeDee Barnes Bruns

Self care in the form or serious "nesting" has been helpful.

Amy Ward

The most difficult part of the pandemic for me was being away from my family.

The most difficult part of the pandemic for me has been adjusting to working from home while I also help my son do virtual school.

LaShell Cameron

The most difficult part of the pandemic for me was missing out on colleague family updates (children, fur babies, etc.).

Alex Whilding

The most difficult part of the pandemic for me was Finding the right work/life balance, especially with a new baby.

Susan Blazer

The most difficult part of the pandemic for me was the conflict within relationships that were all "stuck" together during the first stages of the pandemic and feeling like there was nowhere to get away from the conflict.

Courtney Felton

I have struggled with being inside all the time. I live alone, so unless I have a virtual meeting, I wasn't seeing anyone or talking to anyone most days.

Faculty Development Resources

UAB Faculty and Staff,

On Instagram, I have been posting about faculty resources, development programs and workshops. Please see below for links to the programs and sign-ups.

Dr. Austin with friends

Congratulations to Dr. Suzanne Austin who is starting at the College of Charleston as their next Provost and Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs.

Clinton Global Initiatives University logo.

Thank you to our Office of Service Learning and Undergraduate Research for sharing these opportunities. Please read below to learn more and register:


Thank you for sharing your work space with us!


Just last week, my 8-year-old daughter ran inside after playing tag with her brother. She was so upset she couldn’t stop herself from crying.


To say we have had to make major adjustments in our lives recently is an understatement. 


It is time for our annual Deans Challenge!


There is a strong friendship between the city of Birmingham and the country of Wales that goes back to 1963.


UAB’s global partnerships provide students with opportunities to understand the world and make it better.


Welcome! I believe an effective Provost’s Office serves the faculty and students of a university and builds and maintains an environment in which faculty are supported in teaching, research and student engagement.