A new site for veterans provides links to information, forms and resources for employees who are veterans and information for veterans applying for jobs at UAB. The site also offers visitors the opportunity to write a thank-you note, share a story or express your gratitude for veterans.

The University of Alabama at Birmingham will mark Veterans Day, Monday, Nov. 11, with its second annual wreath-laying ceremony at 1 p.m. on the Campus Green.

In Woodlawn, an outdoor mural now welcomes newcomers and natives alike with a once-familiar sentiment, “It’s Nice To Have You in Birmingham.”

Two students spent the summer mapping storm drains as part of a partnership project with the Jefferson County Health Department
Campus storm drains will be labeled to discourage the dumping of waste and chemicals.
UAB employees have pledged more than $1.81 million during the 2013 campaign
UAB Police Sgt. Bryan Fields is a master instructor who has trained bicycle officers throughout the Southeast.Read More
UAB employees using CommuteSmart reduced a total of 1,391,395 vehicle miles, equal to fuel savings of $195,208.
The NSF will support a UAB/BBA collaboration through a $600,000 award — the first Partnership for Innovation grant ever given in Alabama.
UAB’s annual Give Kids a Smile event gets a year-round home in Shelby County.Read More
Additional funding has enabled Cell, Developmental and Integrative Biology to provide more science learning opportunities to area schools
UAB School of Engineering’s Chris Waldron pitches plans to Vestavia City Council, hopes construction can begin in 2013

Actor, performer Ben Vereen lends help to project as community groups begin work to educate populace in overcoming fear of disease

UAB Recycling has collected almost 1 million pounds of paper during the past year

Long-term study seeks people ages 30-65 who never have been diagnosed with cancer

Max Michael envisions a space for UAB and the community to gather, tap their imaginations, develop new ideas and solve difficult problems.

Engineering senior design students have contributed devices to aid those with cerebral palsy, autism and other disabilities under his guidance

A two-way exchange program will help the School of Nursing prepare health-care professionals to address disparities in care for people in Zambia, Malawi and the United States

UAB and Birmingham stepped up to fight the virus that causes AIDS years ago when it could have easily turned away

Smoking is now prohibited in all enclosed areas of places of employment located within the City of Birmingham.

UAB students have spent the better part of the past six months training Carver High School students in robotics to help them compete at the Alabama Robotics Competition.

Sophomore engineering students are quite proud of their intro to Engineering Design projects.

UAB, the City of Birmingham, the YMCA of Greater Birmingham and the American Academy of Family Physicians Foundation team to educate area citizens on diabetes management and prevention.

New grants will enable an average of 48 students per year to begin a graduate degree program almost fully funded.

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