Events

Monday, April 22

Collection of Solar Eclipse Glasses

From April 15 through May 1 we are collecting YOUR eclipse glasses at the Solar House. What we collect will be sent to be reused in schools in Latin America...

Case Studies in Mentoring

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...

Finals Study Session

Join Reformed University Fellowship to hang out and study for finals together!

NRTC Seminar - Roxana Chicas, PhD

"Occupational and Environmental Risk Factors among Farmworkers" Roxana Chicas, PhD, RN, Assistant Professor, Nell Hodgson Woodruff School of Nursing, Emory...

Cultural Awareness Building Blocks

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

Dissertation Defense - Gabriela Sherrod

The Effects of Intraindividual Factors on Distracted Car Following Behavior in Newly Licensed Teen Drivers

1pm
Virtual Event
Virtual Biostatistics Office Hours

Biostatistics and Analysis is centralized access to statistical expertise and data management to support research projects in HIV. Services include...

Healing Movement and Music

Join UAB Arts in Medicine and the O'Neal Comprehensive Cancer Center at UAB for a unique event for cancer patients including several activities along with...

PRESS - Parkinson's 8-Week Support Group

Meeting virtually over Zoom, this 8-part support group series is for individuals living with Parkinson's and their care partners. Expert Parkinson's...

Tight-Knit Knitting Group for Cancer Patients

Tight-Knit is a knitting group open to all patients of UAB Medicine Oncology. Join us to learn a new craft and build a new support community. The group...

Lecture

Nitin Agarwal, M.D., will join the Department of Neurosurgery to present his talk titled, "Surviving Neurosurgery."

Monday, April 22

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