Haley Herfurth

Haley Herfurth

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Riders can expect to see several changes in policy and enforcement implemented this fall to protect bike owners and promote campus safety.

From backpacking and canoeing to wild caving and mountain biking, Adventure Recreation has a dozen trips open to UAB employees and students planned through December.

Assistant Professor Jeffrey Morris and doctoral student Sarah Adkins introduce students to innovative research in a petri dish through a new team-based course.

UAB’s Employee of the Month Rachel Schwartz keep things running smoothly in a stressful area with a calm demeanor and caring attitude.

Assistant Professor Andy Baer, who studies race and policing in American cities, explores just how closely radicalism, race and police brutality are intertwined in his newest project. 

Michele Kong, M.D., associate professor of Pediatrics Critical Care, is the recipient of the Odessa Woolfolk Community Service Award for her work with KultureCity, a nonprofit dedicated to expanding community accessibility for those with disabilities. 

Art history Professor Heather McPherson’s new book, “Art and Celebrity in the Age of Reynolds and Siddons,” examines the role of portraiture, printmaking and the popularity of the theater in creating celebrity as we know it today. 

Hired in May, the band’s new director said the students are ready to help generate excitement and usher in a new era for UAB Football. 

Barbara Wech and Annetta Dolowitz sort students into fictional Hogwarts houses to teach leadership and management — with a little help from magic. 

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. 

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