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Both undergraduate and graduate students will be honored for outstanding scholastic achievement, leadership and service Friday, April 29 in the Alys Stephens Center.
Student artists will present their work as Aura, UAB's student-led creative arts magazine, celebrates the publication of its spring issue.
Proper etiquette is essential for making a favorable impression in social business situations, and it can even make or break your chances for a job.
TRIO students are invited to a judgement-free zone March 31 where they can talk about everything from romantic relationships and friendships to family and school.
Scheduled events include kayaking, a movie night, a cookout, a rock wall session and more as alternatives to excessive partying.
Feel like smashing something? Join UAB's new Smash Club for a few rounds of your favorite version of Super Smash Bros.
Birmingham community nonprofits pitch their most interesting and challenging projects in 5-minute rounds at UAB Service Learning's annual Speed Matching event.
Aura, UAB's student-led creative arts magazine, is accepting entries with the theme of "Beauty in Decay."
Leading into Valentine's Day, UAB Gender and Sexuality Diversity has put together a wide variety of events for Sex Ed Week.
Enjoy free refreshments and old-school music as the staff (dressed in '70s-style outfits) showcases their new STEM-H program.
UAB University Relations is looking for a diverse mix of students with different social interests to participate in a 2-hour focus group.
A tailgate, comedy show, and the 26th annual step show will pay tribute to the former UAB student and help raise money for the Camille Armstrong Memorial Scholarship Fund.
You do not need to utilize a wheelchair to join the UAB team. Wheelchairs will be provided for participants.
Look for the Student Alumni Society's booth on the Campus Green January 12 from 9-11 a.m., and pick up some cocoa to warm your insides.
If your instructor is using i>clicker, you may be able use your mobile device as your clicker.
The new UAB Space Reservation System will be used for reserving event space at the Hill Student Center, Campus Green, Commons Plaza, UAB parks, and residence halls.
One Stop Student Services has relocated, moving back into its original home in the Hill Student Center.
Students continue to find themselves the targets of phone scams with callers claiming to be law enforcement officers or IRS representatives.
Join the UAB Men's Basketball team for a special Star Wars-themed night at Bartow Arena.
The UAB Benevolent Fund is seeking a brief video to raise awareness and encourage pledges to their ongoing fundraising efforts.
Effective January 18, students will be required to use their UAB ONE Card in order to enter the doorways at the 16th Street and 12th Street Parking Decks.
A record student crowd of 1,474 green and gold clad Blazers filled the student section during the first home game of the season for UAB Men's Basketball.
UAB has joined the "It's on Us" initiative. USGA will kick off a year-long campaign beginning on November 16 with the intent of combating sexual assault on college campuses.
Festivities will include free food vouchers for students as well as a wing-eating competition before the Blazers face off against Alabama State.
As the fall semester wraps up, the Blazer Express Shopping Shuttle will have limited availability. Check inside for a list of operating and non-operating dates.
Students can get a free t-shirt and enjoy free Dreamland Bar-B-Que while getting fired up by Coach Haase and Coach Norton.
As an orthodox Muslim, Zohra has faced many challenges. Her inspirational speeches are designed to promote dialogue and foster tolerance toward people of all races, religions, and backgrounds.
Join UAB Veteran Recruitment and Student Services in honoring those who have served in our nation's military.
The Oct. 31 game will feature a costume parade and costume contest. Before the game will be trunk-or-treat, inflatables and face painting.
Lot 15J (located between Sorority Square and 17th Street) will be closed October 31. Any cars remaining in the lot Saturday morning will be ticketed and towed.
Effective October 19, Blazer Express will not be able to access the bus stop on University Boulevard between Volker Hall and the Hill Student Center. Blue and Purple routes will be affected.
This new group will create a formal structure in which students can brainstorm ideas and contribute to planning TEDxUAB.
By registering, you'll make it easier for UAB PD to track down your bike in the event that it is lost or stolen.
Undergraduate students may vote September 29-30 on a proposed student fee of $25 per semester to help fund UAB Football, Bowling, and Rifle.
67 companies will be on hand to meet UAB students, and free professional photography headshots will be offered to help jazz up your LinkedIn profile.
Applications are due by September 15. Voting for Mr. and Ms. UAB will take place during Homecoming Week.
UAB Information Technology has compiled a list of tech guides that will help whether you are a new or returning student.
Rave Guardian allows a user’s designated “guardians” or the UAB Police Department to provide a virtual safety escort.
Look for tents stationed around campus during the first two days of classes where UAB staff and student leaders will be on hand to assist students who need help finding their way.
UAB students and alumni will have an exclusive audience with potential employers August 25 in the Campus Rec Center.
For $30 per semester, you can purchase a parking upgrade that allows for after-hours parking in select decks across campus. The upgrade is free for grad students with current deck parking assignments.
The shuttle makes stops at Walmart Supercenter on Lakeshore Pkwy and at Target by Brookwood Mall. Service will begin on Sunday, August 23.
Several new offerings include new ePrint stations, residence hall upgrades, meal plan options and menu updates, as well as the opening of the Hill Student Center.
Yes, Homecoming is happening. It is officially scheduled to take place the week of October 4-11.
Join the Career and Professional Development team August 11 from 1-3 p.m. for an opportunity to discuss your internship or job search in one-on-one, text-based chats.
UAB Career & Professional Development is offering two unique courses designed to get you prepared for your career.
BlazerBucks, ePrint, online account management, and the issuing of new cards will be unavailable from 3-8 p.m. on Friday, July 31.
Gang Green is looking for passionate Blazer fans who are in-your-face leaders and people behind the scenes that can help create and organize events that maintain and build support for UAB Athletics.
The eight-story building will be open for Freshman Move-In Day, August 22.
Do you prefer Gang Green, The Inferno, or something else entirely? UAB Athletics is asking students to decide the name once and for all.
One of the most respected names in food criticism recently honored the Magic City with news we locals have known for years: Birmingham is packed with great places to eat.
The new program allows you to upload documents on-the-go and print them at any ePrint station, located conveniently at more than two dozen spots around campus.
GoToMeeting licenses can be used for virtual meetings, presentations, group project collaboration, and more.
Watch the new Hill Student Center come together in just 24 seconds, and get a preview of what you'll find inside when it opens.
Coach Kurt Thomas announced there will be two informational meetings for current students interested in joining the team.
All currently-enrolled students and incoming students who have already been accepted will be able to pre-order their parking permit from UAB Parking & Transportation.
The annual event is intended to raise awareness of sexual and intimate partner violence and to support survivors in their healing process.
Missed classes from Tuesday or Thursday mornings this semester may be made up on Saturday, April 11, at the discretion of instructors.
A 24-hour convention to promote the eSports community on campus will feature gaming tournaments, a cosplay competition, late-night karaoke and a pool party.
Following UAB's victory over Iowa State, there will be a second bus trip to Louisville to watch the Blazers face UCLA for a Sweet 16 berth.
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