Thursday, February 27

Interview Weekend 2020
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Prospective Graduate Biomedical Sciences PhD candidates are flown in from all over the country to network, share their research interests and goals,...

The Lynch Quilts Project

Examining the history and ramifications of racial violence in the United States through the textile tradition of quilting.

Pathology Grand Rounds
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Dr. Giovanni Manfredi, Finbar and Marianne Kenny Professor in Clinical and Research Neurology, Feil Family Brain and Mind Research Institute, Weill Cornell...


Rheumatology Grand Rounds are weekly presentations designed to educate and inform clinicians and trainees working in the feild of Rheumatology. Topics vary...

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...

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...

Miracle Week Tabling
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Dance Marathon will be tabling the week before their main event to raise money and awareness.

Donut Fundraiser
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Wings will be selling Krispy Kreme Donuts to raise money to install sanitary pad dispensers and provide sanitary pads to a local middle school.

Nathan Shock Center Journal Club

The Nathan Shock Center Journal Club in the basic biology of aging serves as a forum for faculty, post-doctoral fellows, and students with research focus on...

ODT: Tips for Successful Online Course Delivery - Feedback
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This workshop covers the skills required for the successful delivery of online content. Participants will discuss faculty and students misconceptions around...

Girls Dgroup
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Join us in our Bible study. This is a great way to get to know people and learn together.

Interprofessional Ethics & Values
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Learners will be introduced to strategies to support students in working with individuals of other professions to maintain a climate of mutual respect and...

SmartPath Webinar - Financial Wellness
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Generally, New Year’s resolutions focus on areas we want to improve like losing weight, paying off debt, spending more time with family. What about a more...

Neurobiology Seminar Series
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Mary Kay Lobo, Ph.D. Associate Professor, Department of Anatomy and Neurobiology from the University of Maryland will be presenting “Molecular and Neuron...

Unconscious Bias
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Bias is a “personal, sometimes unreasoned judgement” that can provide unconscious and often erroneous information. Understanding how our personal and...

Fried Chicken Thursdays

“Pizza Fridays” are for grade school. “Fried Chicken Thursdays” are for college. Every Thursday for dinner in the Commons.

School of Public Health Open House

Stop by to learn more about our programs. The University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB) School of Public Health is one of the best educational values in...

Girls Dgroup
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Join us for community and fellowship while we study a passage of the Bible together.

Global Dental Brigades Meeting
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General body meeting to discuss upcoming fundraising events, volunteer opportunities, and any updates pertaining to our summer brigade to Honduras.

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Pilates is a low-impact exercise that increases core muscles, body strength and flexibility, and helps maintain health and wellness at any age. This free...

Dance Marathon Meeting
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We will be meeting to discuss the order of business for our organization.

Planned Parenthood Generation Action Meeting
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Learn about the upcoming events and topic focuses of the semester.

Movie, Pizza, & a Tour Night
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Join us for our first AEIVA Movie Night of 2020, screening “What Was Ours.” Pizza and beverages will be provided. 6:00pm | Tour of Exhibitions 6:30pm |...

PACAS Meeting

This meeting will serve as a place to practice for the Challenge Bowl, put on by AAPA, come May 2020. Members of the Physician Assistant Clinical Application...

Blood Pressure Training
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Students/members of KDSAP will learn how to take blood pressure readings at this workshop. Attendance at this workshop is required for those interested in...

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COPE-approved continuing education course. This Rapid Fire Event will feature presentations by UABSO faculty: Dr. Dawn DeCarloDr. Juan "Jenny" HuangDr....

GSU Interest Meeting
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Find out about the Gender and Sexuality Union: who we are, what we do, and how to get involved!

Ignite Worship
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We invite you to join us for our weekly worship gathering. You’ll be a part of a powerful worship experience and hear engaging teaching. The message is based...

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"Neuropathology of Schizophrenia" Nina Kraguljac, MD, Assistant Professor of Psychiatry Rosalinda Roberts, PhD, Professor of Psychiatry

Portfolio Building for Software Developers
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Includes: setting up a Wix page. Making a post on Wix. Linking a GitHub to Wix. The basics of how to use GitHub. Hosted by: Software, Engineering,...

RUF Large Group

RUF Large group is our weekly meeting where we gather for fellowship, worship, and to grow closesr to Christ together.

UAB Men's Basketball vs Marshall
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Conference USA Bonus Play; Radio: WJQX-FM, ESPN 100.5

UAB Wind Symphony and Symphony Band in concert
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Under the the direction of Sean Murray and Cara Morantz, the University Symphony Band and Wind Symphony will present music in celebration of Black History...

Tau Kappa Epsilon Study Hall

The brothers of Tau Kappa Epsilon will meet each weeknight for 2 hours to work on homework and focus on academics and schoolwork.

The Glass Menagerie

Amanda Wingfield, a faded remnant of Southern gentility, now lives in a dingy St. Louis apartment with her son, Tom, and her daughter, Laura, who has a...

Thursday, February 27

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