Matt Windsor

Matt Windsor

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Brigitte Vola, wound, ostomy and continence nurse in Trauma Services, is the 2023 winner of the President’s Award for Excellence in Shared Values.
Meet the 2024 cohort of the DEAL Program, which exposes promising staff members to the essential components of administrative and management positions across UAB.
Research by UAB genetic epidemiologist Sadeep Shrestha, Ph.D., sheds light on a mysterious condition that is now the leading cause of acquired heart disease among children in the United States.
Collat Professional Education offers live-online and self-paced courses in project management, digital marketing, data visualization and more.
Geographic information systems technology is being used to study mortgage decisions, drinking behavior, environmental injustice, and the link between redlining and colon cancer. All Blazers now have free access to ArcGIS software.
Eugenia Kharlampieva, Ph.D., of the College of Arts and Sciences, and Molly Wasko, Ph.D., of the Collat School of Business, are serving as program directors at the National Science Foundation through a program that brings practicing scientists into the heart of the country’s scientific decision-making.
Here’s how UAB’s Center for Teaching and Learning is responding, and how UAB faculty are using gen AI this semester to teach first-year composition, graduate-level professional writing and information security.
Lilian Mina, Ph.D., director of the writing program in the Department of English, shares how she has used generative AI tools in her upper-level Professional Writing course this semester.
Assistant Professor Meagan Malone, Ph.D., teaches First-Year Composition and 300-level Professional Writing courses in the Department of English. Here is how she reworked her classes this fall to incorporate generative AI tools.
Professor Paul Di Gangi, Ph.D., gave ChatGPT and Bard a chance to weigh in on a standard exercise for future IT leaders. Given the opportunity to make subjective decisions on tough calls, the models went their own way.
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