Events

Wednesday, February 5

The Lynch Quilts Project
This is a past event.

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

Cardiology Grand Rounds
This is a past event.

Andrew E. Epstein, M.D., FAHA, FACC, FHRS, Professor of Medicine, Electrophysiology Section, Cardiovascular Division, The University of Pennsylvania, Chief,...

Undergraduate Curriculum Committee
This is a past event.

Signature Core Curriculum presentation

Valentine's Day Chocolate Fundraising Event
This is a past 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,...

Wake-Up Wednesday
This is a past event.

Join us for free coffee, donuts, and hot tea to help get over the hump of the week.

DISC: Understanding Your Behavioral Style
This is a past event.

Sometimes it is difficult to understand why two reasonable people can respond so differently to exactly the same event. We tend to chalk it up to difficult...

AED Krispy Kreme Fundraiser
This is a past event.

Alpha Epsilon Delta will be selling Krispy Kreme donuts to raise money for their philanthropy, Spirit of Luke.

Antarctica: A Disappearing Continent
This is a past event.

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

Dr. Natalia Kedishvili, PhD
This is a past event.

The title of Dr. Natalia Kedishvili's talk will be "Retinoic acid controls hundreds of genes. How do the cells control retinoic acid?"

Les Lavueses by Henri Joseph Harpignies
This is a past event.

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...

Freshman Forum Tabling
This is a past event.

Freshman Forum will be tabling to talk about any proposed initiatives and gathering student input.

MTA: Eric Essix and Friends
This is a past event.

Birmingham’s own Eric Essix is not only a jazz legend but a historian. His music tells a story and teaches us about the lives of those that came before and...

RN Mobility Virtual Open House
This is a past event.

To help prospective students get a better understanding about the RN to BSN and RN to MSN Pathways, we invite you to join us for our next RN Mobility Virtual...

CCTS Drop-In Clinic

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

11:30am
Virtual Event
Cancer Center Research Seminar
This is a past event.

Barry Sleckman, M.D., Ph.D., director of the O'Neal Comprehensive Cancer Center, will present "Maintaining Genome Stability throughout the Cell Cycle."

Stobbe Flyer
This is a past event.

Dr. Stobbe is a medical writer for the Associated Press, and an adjunct professor at UNC's School of Public Health's department of Health Policy and...

Medical Grand Rounds: Leah Leisch, MD
This is a past event.

Leah Leisch, MD, Assistant Professor in the UAB Division of General Internal Medicine, will present the "Breaking Badness; The Internists Role in the Opioid...

Special Guest Lecturer - Gordon E. Legge, PhD
This is a past event.

Designing Visually Accessible Spaces for People with Low Vision Gordon E. Legge, PhD, Distinguished McKnight University Professor, Department of...

Department of Music Student Recital
This is a past event.

Students of the UAB Department of Music will be in performance

ASCE Meeting
This is a past event.

Sain Associates, Inc. will be speaking at this meeting about their company and how they strive to be trusted advisors in all professional relationships.

Collat Career Bar
This is a past event.

Let’s chat! Students can come by and have a cup of coffee on us. Meet with one of our staff members one-on-one. These are 15-minute quick sessions that...

Neurobiology Seminar Series
This is a past event.

Xin Tang, Ph.D., Simons Fellow, Whitehead Institute for Biomedical Research, MIT building “Modeling neurological disorders for therapeutic development” ...

Come on, Vogue! For Teens
This is a past event.

Come on, vogue! Looking for a place to get away? Spend your Wednesday evenings on the dance floor at ArtPlay! Students will learn the basics of vogueing, a...

Green Thumb General Meeting
This is a past event.

We will be discussing current topics, upcoming events, and our plot at the UAB Garden.

Anvil Student Startup Bootcamp
This is a past event.

The Anvil Student Startup Bootcamp is a free, non-credit bearing program for UAB students interested in starting a business. Open to students from any year...

Philosophy Club Meeting
This is a past event.

The Student Fellowship of Philosophy, a.k.a. Philosophy Club is a collaborative effort between Philosophy Department faculty and students at UAB. The club is...

A Woman's Place

The EACC's weekly support group for women, led by EACC Counselors Dondra Goldsby and Kourtney Young, offers participants an encouraging, confidential...

Gentle Yoga
This is a past event.

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

Come On, Vogue!
This is a past event.

Looking for a place to get away? Spend your Wednesday evenings on the dance floor at ArtPlay! Students will learn the basics of vogueing, a dance style with...

Writing Creatively - The Basics
This is a past event.

Learn how to distill your words. Explore the fundamental techniques that make both poetry and prose compelling. Each week we’ll read examples, respond to...

USGA Budget Information Session
This is a past event.

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

USGA Interest Session
This is a past event.

Are you interested in getting involved in student government and making an impact at UAB? USGA will be holding elections for Executive Council and Senate...

Pre-Nursing, Panic-Free
This is a past event.

A panel of various semester nursing students to answer questions of those students going in to their second semester about applications, as well as tips and...

Wednesday, February 5

UAB is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer committed to fostering a diverse, equitable and family-friendly environment in which all faculty and staff can excel and achieve work/life balance irrespective of race, national origin, age, genetic or family medical history, gender, faith, gender identity and expression as well as sexual orientation. UAB also encourages applications from individuals with disabilities and veterans.