Events

Monday, January 24

Presented by Allie Reeves, Sherri Moultrie. This workshop provides participants with a brief discussion of the college classroom experience from the...

Please join the School of Health Professions to discuss how to support students through inclusive language. Faculty and staff are encouraged to attend the...

10am
Virtual Event

Are you prepared to handle common (and not-so-common) mentoring challenges? Bring your questions and concerns and join us as we explore the nuances of the...

All USGA-Affiliate Registered Student Organizations are required to attend the Fall 2022 Budget Information Session to be eligible for USGA funding next...

Ananda Dasanayake

"Revisiting Oral Health and Pregnancy Outcomes" Ananda Dasanayake, BDS, MPH, PhD, FACE New York University (NYU) Professor, Department of Epidemiology...

Investigators Development Series

These monthly meetings, hosted by the Center for Palliative and Supportive Care and sponsored by the Center for Clinical and Translational Science, focus on...

12pm
Virtual Event

"Surgery, Science & Advocacy: Mitigating health disparities in transplantation" Jayme Locke, M.D., MPH, Professor of Medicine, Arnold G. Diethelm Endowed...

12pm
Virtual Event
The Salon

The Salon is an exhibition of art created by students in the UAB Department of Art and Art History. Inspired by the Salon des Refusés of 19th-century France,...

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

Conversation

Drop in for 5-10 minute advising sessions to answer your specific immigration question about J-1 status. Please review the information on the ISSS website...

2:30pm
Virtual Event

Beatrice Ng’uono Okelo, Ph.D., is a linguist and a language pedagogy specialist. She holds a Ph.D. in Linguistics, with a concentration in African languages...

Game Night

5pm
Virtual Event

Monday, January 24

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