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OT class given $5, 5 minutes to make a difference in world by UABNews Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living By Kevin Storr The assignment was simple. Okay, maybe not simple, but definitely basic. Students in the UAB School of Health Professions Department of Occupational Therap ... Read on »
Professor spent summer sharing lessons of friendship and tomato sandwiches by UABNews Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living Lucy and Kerry Madden-Lunsford This summer, scores of bright-eyed kids across Alabama were treated to colorful stories of  friendship and tomato sandwiche ... Read on »
Film features UAB professor’s prose, voice of Harrison Ford by UABNews Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living The plight of the Antarctic-based Adelie penguin reveals much about the future of our planet, according to UAB University Professor Jim McClintock, Ph.D. The story of ... Read on »
A creative costume career takes flight around the world for 2008 UAB grad by UABNews Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living Theatre UAB alumna Amanda Mattes is celebrating after completing her master of fine arts (MFA) degree in performance costume design at the University of Edinburgh, College ... Read on »
UAB student not afraid to be first; Scriber breaks ground and ice on his way up by UABNews Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living By Kevin Storr Kevin Scriber, a graduate student in the UAB Department of Biology, is a man of firsts. He is the first male in his family to graduate high school and co ... Read on »
UAB Gospel Choir group headed to U.S. Virgin Islands for mini-tour by UABNews Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living Members of the UAB Gospel Choir are heading to the sun and fun of St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands, May 16-19, 2013. The group of 15, mostly singers, will be accompanied ... Read on »
UAB gets creative for “Light Dreams," with giant Pac-Man game, 3-D virtual reality & sounds... by UABNews Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living This week UAB’s Alys Stephens Performing Arts Center  (ASC) will present “Lux Somnia: Light Dreams,” a free digital art, light and music festival for the entire community. M ... Read on »
UAB students to join student march, reflect on history by UABNews Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living Marti Turnipseed On April 24, a sea of students from UAB, Birmingham-Southern College (BSC), Parker High School, Bush Hills Academy and others will reme ... Read on »
UAB library receives important grant, hosts event by UABNews Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living UAB's Mervyn H. Sterne Library was awarded a grant to help educate the community about the people, places, history, faith and culture of Muslims living around the wo ... Read on »
UAB alum's film wins recognition, hearts by UABNews Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living For 24-year-old filmmaker Ingrid Pfau, UAB was a place of firsts. It was the place where the Birmingham native first became a filmmaker and where she was first diagnosed wit ... Read on »
Theatre UAB grads: directing in NYC, munching in Taco Bell commercial, making "Magic Flute,”... by UABNews Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living Theatre UAB grads are creating magic, and they're making it happen on stage and screen in Birmingham and across the country. Department alum Luke Harlan is directing a s ... Read on »
UAB students to commemorate Bloody Sunday by UABNews Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living On Sunday morning, March 3, a convoy of about 60 UAB students will trek down to Selma, Ala., to commemorate, soberly, the acts of Bloody Sunday . The group will join ... Read on »
One night only: Experience art, music installations on Friday at UAB Visual Arts Gallery by UABNews Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living Art and music fans will have a unique opportunity to experience an ephemeral event Friday, Feb. 22, at UAB’s Visual Arts Gallery. The gallery will host a free closing rec ... Read on »
ArtPlay teens present staged reading of "Four Little Girls: Birmingham 1963" as workshop for... by UABNews Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living Laughter gave way to tears at  UAB’s Alys Stephens Performing Arts Center  when the talented teens of ArtPlay ’s Make It Happen Performing Ensemble joined older performers ... Read on »
Group vows to work together to tackle AIDS in Alabama by UABNews Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living Key players, caregivers and community activists from across the state converged at the University of Alabama at Birmingham last week to discuss “Ending AIDS in Alaba ... Read on »
Paying tribute to the father of modern endoscopy by UABNews Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living UAB physician Basil I. Hirschowitz, M.D., Ph.D., professor emeritus of medicine, physiology and biophysics at UAB , the medical pioneer who invented the first fiber-opti ... Read on »
NSF's Joan Ferrini-Mundy speaks at UAB on diversity and advancement of minorities in science,... by UABNews Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living In this year of recognizing the gains of the U.S. Civil Rights Movement, and with a longstanding commitment to diversity, it is a natural fit for UAB to focus on making su ... Read on »
Birmingham's African-American stories have home at UAB by UABNews Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living  Michelle Clemon and her father, U.W. Clemon Michelle Clemon knew her father, U.W. Clemon , was a history maker, but it wasn’t until she sat down with h ... Read on »
UAB School of Nursing loses a pivotal leader in its history by UABNews Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living Dr. Marie L. O'Koren Marie L. O’Koren Ed.D., M.S.N., professor and dean emeritus of the University of Alabama at Birmingham School of Nursing , passed away ... Read on »
UAB School of Nursing reaches out to Birmingham’s less fortunate by UABNews Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living Taking blood pressure at the Pathways Shelter Faculty and students from the UAB School of Nursing have worked with six community outreach groups  this we ... Read on »