Haley Herfurth

Haley Herfurth

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Black immigrants who called Russia home in the early 1800s later helped lay the foundation for communism’s appeal among black Americans, while Russian authors wrote about U.S. slavery to vent about European despotism, says Assistant Professor Jessie Dunbar in her forthcoming book. 

Amie Traylor is UAB’s Employee of the Month. 

Your UAB Football season ticket purchase can help your unit win a grand prize and bragging rights for #theReturn. 

Applications are being accepted for the Faculty Fellows in Undergraduate Research program, which will help faculty develop new courses or modify existing ones to include an undergraduate research component. 

Dale Dickinson, Ph.D., associate professor in the School of Public Health, has been selected as the director for UAB’s Quality Enhancement Plan. 

The Behavioral Threat Assessment and Management team evaluates and manages behavioral threats to the UAB community. 

Patricia Speck is honored for her efforts to ensure victims receive compassionate care and perpetrators are more likely to be held accountable for crimes.

The city’s early but lesser-known role in the growth of the communist party in the Southeast may have made the civil rights movement here inevitable, says Pam Sterne King, assistant professor of history. 

Sharon Johnson, outside construction supervisor for UAB Facilities, is the Employee of the Month. 

UAB ranked fifth among universities and No. 69 overall on the list, reserved for companies who employ more than 5,000 people.

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