Haley Herfurth

Haley Herfurth

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The list sounds simple: Wear recyclable gloves. Unplug lab equipment. Defrost freezers. Use recyclable batteries. But if you have most all the labs in a major UAB research facility checking those boxes at once, it could mean big savings — in energy and dollars.

2018 honorees represent each school, the College of Arts and Sciences, the Honors College and the Joint Health Sciences departments.

The new program’s creation, inspired by inquiries from both practicing alumni and current occupational therapy students, is designed with post-professional students in mind.

What do mindfulness and meditation have in common with the hip-hop’s global consciousness? Those topics and more will be discussed by the 2018-2019 cohort of Honors Faculty Fellows during their yearlong fellowship beginning in August.

Classes will range in cost from $5-$10, accommodate 12 participants and include a small meal created from the food cooked during the course.

In “The Overworked Shoes,” Barbie Randall tells the story of a couple whose busy lifestyle left little quality time for their family and a strange encounter that would change their lives forever.

This week, high school students learn how to be cyber detectives, WBRC FOX6 pays it forward to an artist-in-residence on campus and two online degrees earn honors. See it online. All in one video.

UAB Safe streamIf you notice overtly strange behavior or emotional changes in a colleague, student or even yourself, file a report with UAB’s Behavioral Threat Assessment and Management team. Complete an online form or contact a team member.

Seven faculty spent a year developing ideas for undergraduate research courses that focus on collaboration and innovation, with themes such as synthetic biology and police-community relations.

The most recent Noel Levitz survey revealed a dip in student satisfaction during the second year. In response, UAB has implemented a slew of new programming to help second-year students find their calling on campus.

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