Haley Herfurth

Haley Herfurth

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Disability Support Services uses a novel way to get others thinking about universal design and inclusion when planning events or activities. 

Walk the trails to see more than 35 sculptures or statues, many from renowned artists. The trails can be viewed on a specialized Google Map, created by the UAB Reporter for this story. 

UAB's campus is home to more than 4,000 trees, and we put a value on each one of them. Planting new trees and preserving old growth is integral part of progress. See which are the largest, oldest, rarest and most valuable.

The series of targeted health classes will focus on diabetes, heart health and weight-management. 

Will Callans, a program manager in Gerontology, Geriatrics and Palliative Care, is UAB’s Employee of the Month.

UAB employees who are supervisors, whose job includes management of state funds in certain capacities or who meet a salary threshold of $75,000 are required to complete an annual Statement of Economic Interests form.

UAB mentors Farah Lubin and Bertha Hidalgo believe mentorship can change the course of a student’s life — a responsibility they don’t take lightly.

Collat’s Karen Kennedy, Ph.D., and the Alabama Association for Higher Education in Business have worked to streamline the transfer process from two- to four-year schools. 

UAB employees who walk, bike, telecommute or carpool to work can earn up to $70 in three months with CommuteSmart, plus $25 gift cards every quarter.

Nonprofit organization Hand in Paw will receive $50,000 to help implement its Petscription for the Classroom program. 

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