UAB’s Children’s Creative Learning Center's summer program for children offers instruction in art, literacy, math and science.

Oil spill research: UAB investigators aim to develop new technologies to monitor the health of animal populations in oceans around the world.

UAB Biomedical Engineering Researcher Xincheng Yao receives $400,000 NSF Career Award for human retina research.

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.

The African American Faculty Association established a scholarship fund in 2006 and now is close to making the endowment dream a reality.

UAB marine biologists will be returning to the Gulf soon to assess the health of the Diamondback Terrapins this year.

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.

Women strive to find balance in work and life. Professor Stephanie Rauterkus will share her story at the BACHE Women's Conference.

Ho-Wook Jun is one of three UAB professors to win a National Science Foundation CAREER Award in the past seven months.

UAB is Alabama’s first university to employ the total TAH license giving unlimited use of MATLAB in both teaching and research activities.
Tamilane Blaudeau was selected as the recipient of the 2010 Odessa Woolfolk Community Service Award.
Belinda Needham was invited to brief Congress this past December on the topics of women, depression and obesity.
Catherine Daniélou was selected as the winner for the 2010 Frederick W. Conner Prize in the History of Ideas.
Charles Watkins, who has done that for his chemistry students for 40 years, is the 2010 recipient of the Ellen Gregg Ingalls/UAB National Alumni Society Award for Lifetime Achievement in Teaching.
Brett Levine says his work with the late James “Spider” Martin estate is one reason he received a 2010 Literature Fellowship Grant from the Alabama State Council on the Arts.
Welcome to Tim Cook’s innovative online Japanese 101 course, a joint production of the departments of Foreign Languages and Literatures, Communication Studies, Education and Theatre.

The oil we can’t see poses as big of a threat to the wildlife as the slicks themselves.

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