Displaying items by tag: outreach

UAB Surgical Physician Assistant faculty and students volunteered to work worked in Cullman after the April 27 tornadoes.

UAB faculty, staff and students responded to those in need in the aftermath of the April 27 tornadoes, and they know more work will need to be done in the coming months.

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

James Coker hopes to find new microorganisms that will dominate in the carbon-rich environments of the Gulf affected by the oil spill.
CORD's community outreach leads to record number of students involved in Central Alabama science fair.
UAB marine biologists will be returning to the Gulf soon to assess the health of the Diamondback Terrapins this year.
UAB’s 2011 Benevolent Fund campaign “Give Help, Give Hope” is under way, following two years of record-setting pledges.
The oil slicks in the Gulf are coming ashore and threatening the economy of coastal regions in Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama and Florida.
Julia Gohlke investigates the link between coal consumption, electricity use and health to weigh the implications for energy policy.

UAB researchers have received funding to investigate the damage caused to the Gulf of Mexico ecosystem after the 2010 BP oil spill.

Research in the Gulf of Mexico will enable UAB marine scientists to support the environmental recovery following the 2010 oil spill.

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

Women strive to find balance in work and life. Professor Stephanie Rauterkus will share her story at the BACHE Women's Conference.
Associate Professor Andra Frost has taken a small step that could lead to a giant leap — improving the outlook for many cancer patients.
Joseph Henry will run 500 miles from Washington, D.C., to Ontario, Canada, to raise awareness for Universities Fighting World Hunger.
More than 120 area children age 7-13 participated in a recent nutrition boot camp at McWane Science Center.
The Institute of Medicine’s Expert Committee has pointed to five areas to address in the Gulf oil spill disaster.
The Healthy Passages project will assess health behaviors in children — from physical activity and nutrition to violence.
The new UAB Community Counseling Clinic, an internship site in the School of Education, gives grad students hands-on training.
Findings by Wally Carlo show an education-training program in basic neonatal care in developing countries can reduce neonatal mortality.
Campus Restaurants joined SODEXO’s Helping Hands Across America campaign to raise money for Magic City Harvest.
Twana Carr and Janice Allen have been honored as models of excellence for people with disabilities.
“Dancing with the Silver Stars” is a fundraising event to raise funds to help recruit and train geriatric care specialists.
To create a better patient experience, pre-made and re-heated foods are out; freshly cooked order-when-ready meals are in at UAB Hospital.
Monica Baskin, Ph.D., and Dori Pekmezi, Ph.D., are examining the socio-cultural influence on the diets of black women in the Deep South.
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