Displaying items by tag: awards & honors

The Gerontological Society of America is the nation’s largest interdisciplinary organization devoted to the field of aging.
The award cites Polhill’s work in developing and implementing employee blood collections beginning in 2007.
Jack became dean of the School of Business in April 2013.
Curtis is co-director of the UAB Center for Education and Research on Therapeutics of Musculoskeletal Disorders and associate scientist in the UAB Center for Metabolic Bone Disease.
Pittet joined the faculty in 2010 in the Division of Critical Care and Perioperative Medicine.
Goldman named dean emeritus of the School of Engineering.
NAPSW promotes and supports excellence in perinatal social work to maximize healthy outcomes for babies and their families.
Meneses’ research focus is cancer survivorship and interventions to improve quality of life in cancer survivors and their families.
Partridge was honored for his exceptional talents and his commitment to make progress towards finishing the fight against cancer.
Candidates for the UAB Outstanding Women are selected by a committee of university and community women
Buffett described as a multi-tasker who keeps Family, Child Health & Caregiving running smoothly, feeling like family
Inaugural awards given to identify, recognize and celebrate the success of UAB graduates
Administrative support specialist considered a role model by her co-workers
Internationally recognized Hunter is a “true innovator and leader” in the field of high-intensity exercise research
El-Baz has spent long career investigating the field of remote sensing, particularly on arid lands
World’s largest psychiatric organization awards professor for his mentorship of students and promotion of novel research-oriented training activities
Courteous program manager viewed by co-workers as an outstanding manager, valuable asset to department, school
Ms. Mary always has a smile, inspiration for her patients
Diligence, experience help Persad earn September Employee of the Month award
Educating others on the difficulties students with disabilities face is essential to UAB’s diverse culture

Barnes’ expertise in mass spectrometry and soy has ­had a lasting effect nationally, internationally and with students

Pharmacist responsible for managing machines that administer 90 to 95 percent of all medications used in hospital

Philosophy professor Greg Pence argues that careful, ethical people can use scientific advances to improve their fates

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

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

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