Events

Thursday, July 1

Open Registration

degree-seeking graduate and undergraduate studentsnon-degree-seeking graduate students

SafeZone Training

The SafeZone program offers LGBTQ (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer/Questioning) awareness training for all UAB faculty and staff. Participants...

Dissertation Defense - Angel Perez

"Color Vision Testing with Readily Made Materials"

eLearning Workshop: Creating Accessible Content

Is your Canvas course accessible? In this accessibility and UDL (Universal Design for Learning) workshop, attendees will learn how to utilize features such...

11am
Virtual Event
Using Empathy in Challenging Times

Are you stressed and feeling overwhelmed? How’s your Empathy? Empathy can be developed and improve our relationships with others. Let’s learn how we can...

RN to BSN

To help you get a better understanding about the UAB School of Nursing and our RN to BSN Pathway, we invite you to join us for our next RN to BSN Virtual...

Program in Immunology Seminar Series

The Program in Immunology was created to enhance the wide distribution of immunology-related research at UAB. The goal of this trans-departmental program is...

4pm
Virtual Event
Conversation

Alcoholics Anonymous is hosting online meetings. These meetings are open to anyone seeking recovery for alcoholism.

5:30pm
Virtual Event
UAB Collegiate Recovery Community: Blazing a path in recovery

The UAB Collegiate Recovery Community hosts weekly support meetings intended for those people in or seeking recovery from substance use and co-occurring...

6pm
Virtual Event
Higher Education Administration Information Session

Are you looking to enter or advance your career at a postsecondary institution? Consider earning a master's degree or graduate certificate in Higher...

Thursday, July 1

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