Matt Windsor

Matt Windsor

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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.
With research awards breaking all-time records, we toured labs where high-tech tools are driving science forward.
Charles Elson, M.D., has developed an “antivaccine” that could remove the faulty memory cells that drive this autoimmune disorder. He launched ImmPrev Bio, Inc., in order to reach a first-in-human clinical trial.
Lori Edmonds, Ph.D., assistant professor in the School of Education, has an idea to combat teacher burnout as it becomes a major issue in classrooms nationwide.
Dean Assimos, M.D., professor and emeritus chair of the Department of Urology, just received a lifetime achievement award for his contributions to the study of kidney stones. Here is what he sees coming next.
Ritika Samant, a first-year student in the Heersink School of Medicine who served as president of the Undergraduate Student Government Association at UAB in 2022-2023, received the 2023 President’s Award for Excellence in Support of UAB and Shared Governance.
UAB’s annual open enrollment for benefits will be held Oct. 20-Nov. 6. Eligible employees can choose among dental, vision and health insurance plans plus voluntary plan options and tax-deferred spending accounts for health and dependent care for 2024.
Social media loves The Bones, aka “the ribs trophy,” the 100-pound behemoth celebrating the football rivalry between UAB and the University of Memphis and the barbecue feud between their host cities. The rivalry resumes 11 a.m. Saturday at Protective Stadium.

Twelve faculty have been selected to receive the President’s Award for Excellence in Teaching, which honors those who have demonstrated exceptional accomplishments in teaching. The 2023 honorees represent each school, the College of Arts and Sciences, the Honors College, and the Graduate School.

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