Matt Windsor

Matt Windsor

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Richard O. Davis, M.D., will be honored for 50 years of service to UAB at the annual Service Awards Program Reception on April 10 in the Hill Student Center.
Missed the meeting? Find out about high-growth research areas, governance plans and more in this recap.
Beyond Boundaries: AR and VR in Alabama, a major gathering of tech thought leaders from UAB, UAB Medicine and companies nationwide, will be held at the Collat School of Business from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Donna Andrews came to UAB to keep a promise to her mother. Working here was just her path to that goal of getting her four-year degree. But two diplomas and countless students and events later, this longtime staffer in the University Honors Program has created a legacy that will outlast her — whenever she retires.

Meek, a junior majoring in entrepreneurship, also is training as a GivePulse ambassador in her role at the Office of Service Learning and Undergraduate Research.

Victor Jordan, an Instrument and Control Technician in the Energy Management department of UAB Facilities, is one of three employees who will be honored for 45 years of service to UAB on April 10.
Alan T.N. Tita, M.D., Ph.D., has led some of the most notable clinical trials in recent years in obstetrics and gynecology. Now he has been selected for the academic medical center’s highest faculty honor.
Flying unmanned aircraft systems, also known as drones, requires a permit from Campus Safety for UAB-related reasons and recreational drone use is not allowed. Here is what you need to know.

The Physical Security, Radio Paging and ONE Card offices moved from the Burleson Building to new space in Medical Towers on April 1 and are now open in their new location, Suite 101 on the first floor of Medical Towers. 

Woodruff-Borden, who joined UAB as senior vice president of Academic Affairs and provost on Feb. 1, shares how UAB’s bold culture attracted her to Birmingham, outlines her priorities and points to several opportunities for growth.
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