Events

Wednesday, July 17

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Come enjoy some free food from Saudi Arabia.

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Enjoy coffee and doughnuts with Dr. Lori McMahon, Dean of the UAB Graduate School. Come and go as you please.

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CCTS Training Academy hosts a four-week mini-session on translational research every Wednesday in July. Our expert speakers introduce translational research...

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Hank Willis Thomas’ 2005–08 series Unbranded: Reflections in Black by Corporate America 1968-2008 decontextualizes advertising images targeted toward...

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Mary Frances Whitfield: Why? is a collaborative exhibition between the Abroms-Engel Institute for the Visual Arts at the University of Alabama at Birmingham...

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Strong Curves is a 4-week small group training program that introduces the 12 week Strong Curves training program created by Bret Contreras, or "The Glute...

CCTS offers free consultations with our Biostats, Epidemiology and Research Design (BERD), Biorepository, Bionutrition, Clinical Research Unit (CRU), and...

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Research administration Network Group Process Improvement Subcommittee goal is to identify and promote changes to research administration processes to...

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Students interested in the Accelerated Masters in Nursing Pathway program at the UAB School of Nursing should attend. For additional information, call...

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Learn to define bullying in a way that recognizes the seriousness of the problem, describe the importance of power dynamics and the social context of...

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Yoga creates balance in the body through strength and flexibility. Gentle Yoga offers a slow-paced, less-intense yet challenging experience in a...

Wednesday, July 17

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