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UAB will be upgrading students to Microsoft Office 365, a new cloud-based platform, April 30-June 30, to provide more email space and file storage, plus access to Word, PowerPoint and Excel from laptops, tablets and other mobile devices using a single Web interface.
Doug Rigney, Ph.D., invested 35 years with UAB, which he experienced from almost all perspectives: student, alumnus, professor and administrator.
If you believe a student is experiencing a crisis in academic, emotional or social situations and report that to us, we may be able to help find a solution by connecting them with relevant campus resources and outside agencies.
A seven-week women's support group will meet at 5 p.m. Wednesdays beginning May 7 to focus on ways in which women can find balance in their everyday life through self-care.
Support UAB scholarships by choosing the newly designed license plate featuring “Knowledge that will change your world” when you purchase or renew your State of Alabama tag. Proceeds from the sale of UAB license plates support License to Learn Scholarships given each year by the UAB National Alumni Society.
A consistently solid academic performance helps place UAB high in the rankings of the world's top universities.
Michael Saag, M.D., helped transform the deadliest virus in human history into a manageable chronic disease, and he is now receiving a top honor.
Richard Margison has announced he will retire this summer after 16 years leading UAB’s finance, facilities, safety and security initiatives, and a national search will be conducted for his successor.
Walk-in labs will be offered 9 a.m.-3 p.m. each Friday in the Center for Teaching and Learning to help faculty rebuild online courses. Find additional training opportunities and other support on the Canvas Success Site.
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