Events

Monday, January 27

Ronald McDonald House Charities

The Graduate School will once again give back to families who truly need support with its second annual Ronald McDonald House Collection Drive. The Ronald...

Valentine's Day Chocolate Fundraising Event

The charity Room to Read, in conjunction with INTO Giving, has agreed to expand its program to eight countries (India, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Nepal,...

Bella by Harper Nichols

Works by students, chosen by artist and guest juror Allyson Comstock, will be featured in the Juried Student Exhibition. This will mark the 44th year for...

Antarctica: A Disappearing Continent

As part of the National Science Foundation’s Antarctic Artists and Writers Program, Professor Allyson Comstock spent seven weeks working alongside research...

Cancer Outcomes Seminar Series

Developing the CASCADE Intervention to Train Cancer Family Caregivers in Decision Partnering Using the Multiphase Optimization Strategy J. Nicholas...

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Cultural Awareness Building Blocks provides the framework for gaining a nuanced understanding of the various meanings and the potential impact of, diversity...

Cultural Awareness Building Blocks

Cultural Awareness Building Blocks provides the framework for gaining a nuanced understanding of the various meanings and the potential impact of, diversity...

Les Lavueses by Henri Joseph Harpignies

A grand art movement focused on depicting the fledgling American landscape and rooted in the Romanticist style of Europe, the Hudson River School rose to...

AOII PR Event

The chapter will be handing our encouragement for a great start of the new semester.

2020: Good day for new beginnings

Come join in on the fun, as we celebrate the Lunar New Year.

Dr. Juan Lopez-Bautista

Dr. Juan Lopez-Bautista, Professor of Biological Sciences at University of Alabama, will present his Biology Seminar titled "The Green Algal Systematics."

Department of Epidemiology Seminar

Risk Factors for AD: What We Know from Alzheimer's Disease Neuroimaging Initiative with Wei Li, PhD

NRTC Seminar Series: Colin Reily, PhD

"Developments in IgA Nephropathy: autoantigens & autoantibodies" Colin Reily, PhD Assistant Professor, Division of Nephrology, UAB

Radiology Resident Conference

Diversity Visiting Professor, Priyanka Jha, MD Presents: Non-Obstetric MRI During Pregnancy

Skee Week

A week of service for Alpha Kappa Alpha's National Program week, Skee Week.

ASL Workshop

American Sign Language workshop taught by the Alabama Institute for the Deaf and Blind. The workshop will teach ASL basics and discuss deaf culture. All...

GSG Budget Committee Meeting

Budget Committee will meet along with the student organization representatives for the funding allocation of Spring and Summer 2020.

Radiology Resident Conference

Diversity Visiting Professor Priyanka Jha, MD Presents Resident Hot Seat

USGA Budget Information Session

For RSOs interested in applying for USGA funding for the Fall 2020 semester.

Gentle Yoga

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

Serve205 General Body Meeting

Serve205 is a UAB student-led organization designed to support the facilitation of community service in the Birmingham community. Serve205 provides the UAB...

Drum Tao 2020

TAO’s stage is created through phenomenal performances and expressions consisting of incomparable “Wadaiko-drums” and the beautiful mesmerizing melody of...

Game Night and Cookies

A fun night filled with various board and card games. Free Insomnia Cookies will be provided.

Let's Talk

Residents will talk about and write academic goals on a poster to be hung in the hallway as an encouragement for achievement.

We Missed You A Choco-lot!

This social program is intended to integrate students back into their community from winter break. It will give them the opportunity to mingle with their...

Monday, January 27

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