Events

Friday, March 1

Faculty Senate Elections Nomination Period

Please consider participating in the Faculty Senate by nominating yourself or a colleague to represent your academic unit or running for one of the officer...

UABSON logo

The last day to apply for Summer 2024 entry into our Post-MSN to DNP Pathway is March 1, 2024. For more information: See our Post-MSN to DNP Pathway...

Refugees, Empathy, and Human Rights: Photo Exhibition

“Refugees, Empathy, and Human Rights” is a poignant traveling photography exhibition and community conversation series about refugees in America by...

War of The Roses Tabling

War of The Roses is Pi Kappa Phi's annual philanthropy week dedicated to our philanthropy, The Ability Experience. Pi Kappa Phi is the only Greek letter...

Friday Fellows: "Health Equity Topic" (TBA)

"Health Equity Topic" (TBA) presented by Qasim Hussaini, MD MS What: Friday Fellows - Population and Health Outcomes Research Seminar Series provides a...

11th Annual Rare Disease Symposium

Register to attend the 11th Annual Rare Disease Symposium! Topics of discussion will include artificial intelligence, drug development, genomic newborn...

CCTS Biostatistics, Epidemiology and Research Design (BERD) Clinics

Bring your statistical and methodological questions to the BERD Experts! CCTS offers free, in-person consultations with our BERD experts every Wednesday...

TOCA Award Image

Dr. Scott Boyar, a Professor of Management in the Collat School of Business has been selected as the recipient of the 2023 Provost’s Transformative Online...

Social Determinants of Health Core Drop-in Clinic

Consultations on individual- and area-level SDH measures, data, and tools to investigators conducting health disparities and SDH research. Methodological...

Department of Biomedical Informatics and Data Science Presents: PowerTalks Seminar Series - Abu Mosa, Ph.D.

The Department of Biomedical Informatics and Data Science (DBIDS) invites you to join us for our PowerTalks Seminar Series featuring Abu Mosa, Ph.D., M.S.,...

Math Major Fridays

An open, casual space for math majors to meet with fellow students and receive help with your current coursework from peers and professors. Coffee, tea, and...

Global Awareness-CTL: Tweaking Lectures for Optimal Comprehensibility

Presented in the UAB Center for Teaching and Learning for UAB faculty by Melissa Hawkins, Ph.D. Acquiring advanced listening skills in another language is...

BSN Special Interest Session

High School Students: Are you interested in becoming a nurse but don't know where to start? Add a Nursing Special Interest Session to your on-campus visit...

11:45am
Virtual Event
Tina Shih, M.D.

O'Neal Research Seminar hosted by the Cancer Control & Population Sciences Program "Lung Cancer Screening Guidelines: Evolution, Adherence, and Policy...

48th Annual Juried Student Exhibition

Opening Reception: January 12 from 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm Works by students, chosen by artist and guest juror Amanda Ross-Ho, will be featured in the Annual...

Amanda Ross-Ho Untitled Crisis Actor (HURTS WORST Worst Pain Imaginable) 2018 Canvas, heavy duty canvas, dye sublimation on canvas, polka dot cotton, muslin, batting, thread, safety pins   58 ¼ inches by 55 ½ inches. Courtesy of the artist and Mary Mary, Glasgow.

Amanda Ross-Ho’s work is a form of experimental archival research, driven by conflicting impulses towards sentimentality and clinical objectivity. Embracing...

BUMA Button Tabling

BUMA will be selling tickets for our second annual BUMA Button!

Breaking Barriers: Celebrating Women's Contributions to Science

The SOPH Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion invites you to join us for our First Friday Conversation: "Breaking Barriers: Women in Science -...

CCVC Seminar Series Spring 2024 - Daniel Tyrrell, PhD

CCVC Seminar Series Spring 2024 - Daniel Tyrrell, PhD Topic: Exploring CD8+ T cells in atherosclerosis and brain aging Learning objectives: 1. CD8+ T...

De-Stress Power Hour: The Power of Co-Working

Who: All trainees (graduate and medical students, postdocs, residents, and fellows) Benefits: Free lunch sponsored by GSG (first come, first served) and...

Fahad Mostafa

"Statistical Learning Design Optimization for Biomedical Science"

Genetics & Genomics Seminar Series: Zongbing You, MD, Ph.D

Please join the Department of Genetics for the next edition of the Genetics and Genomics Seminar Series, featuring Associate Professor Ming Chen, Ph.D., of...

Warhol Revisited

AEIVA kicks off its 10th Anniversary celebration by revisiting one of its most popular exhibitions to date. Warhol Revisited pulls from AEIVA’s impressive...

H-1B Office Hours: Drop-in Advising Session

Drop in for 10-minute advising sessions to ask specific questions about your immigration status after reviewing the information on our website. Please...

1pm
Virtual Event
UAB RIFE Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA)

The UAB Regions Institute for Financial Education (RIFE) - Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program provides income tax preparation free of charge to...

Dissertation Defense - Seth Bollenbecker

Phosphate Drives Pulmonary Inflammation Through FGFR1/MAPK/ERK and AKT Signaling

Code, Chat, & Collab

Join the Informatics Club on Fridays for Code, Chat & Collab. The goal of these weekly sessions is to provide a space for students and researchers in...

Slow Yoga

Yoga to promote wellness and health with the student body.

Colloquium - Eric Teoh

Colloquium by Eric Teoh, Director of Statistical Services, Insurance Institute for Highway Safety

The Edge

A new series that will consist of short talks addressing questions of interest to a broad audience across the academic spectrum.

SARJ Meeting

Meeting for Student Advocacy and Restorative Justice Club members to learn about a topic related to restorative justice and then discuss it.

Friday, March 1

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