Marvin K. Atmore has been named Deputy Chief.

By January’s end, all employee training will be accessed through one web portal — the UAB Faculty and Staff Learning System.

Scale Back Alabama is a 10-week statewide weight loss contest and UAB is taking part.

UAB takes wellness to a new level — to the employees, students.

UAB Hospital Maintenance is hosting its annual Christmas Toy Fund drive.

The LGBT Alliance for Equality at UAB recently awarded a $1000 scholarship to junior Whitney Shea Julian.

Kristi Lamont Ellis, director of Internal Communications and Relations at UAB, will serve as interim general manager of public radio station WBHM 90.3 beginning Oct. 1 following the retirement of longtime general manager Mike Morgan.

A Blazer Enrollment Center has been established to assist students with questions; new website for current and prospective students is now online.

Beginning July 15, some lanes along University Boulevard will be closed to accommodate construction for the UAB District Steam System project.

Beginning July 15, some lanes along University Blvd. will be closed to accommodate construction for the UAB District Steam System project.

UAB provides incentives for those who sign up to participate in the CommuteSmart ride share program.

The Farm Stand will provide fresh fruits and vegetables for employees, students, patients and passers-by all summer long.

Linda Lucas, Ph.D., dean of UAB’s School of Engineering since 2000, has been named interim provost.

After two years of planning, construction will begin on the $69 million UAB District Steam System Project in the coming days.

CORD's community outreach leads to record number of students involved in Central Alabama science fair.
UAB’s Campus Rec is offering faculty and staff non-members one free personal-training session to those who sign up for membership.

UAB’s Disc Golf Team recently competed in the the 2011 National Collegiate Disc Golf Championship in Augusta, Ga.

UAB’s 2011 Benevolent Fund campaign “Give Help, Give Hope” is under way, following two years of record-setting pledges.

Neuroscience graduate students began its Brain Awareness Week outreach three years ago, and the activities continues to grow.

UAB is Alabama’s first university to employ the total TAH license giving unlimited use of MATLAB in both teaching and research activities.
Science & Technology Honors students organized the regional arm of Science Olympiad where high-school students competed for prizes.

Howard Houser, hired in 1965, is one of seven to be honored for 40 years of service at the annual Service Awards Program.

UAB has rescheduled the class days missed Jan. 10-11 when the campus closed due to snow.
A pilot study is being used to create an institutional repository to preserve the intellectual properties of the School of Optometry.
Campus Restaurants joined SODEXO’s Helping Hands Across America campaign to raise money for Magic City Harvest.
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