The University of Alabama at Birmingham is making headlines again. I mean, healthcare, football, and Sam Hunt?! But wait, this time the news came from two archaeology professors- Dr. Sarah Parcak and Dr. Gregory Mumford. Bham Now got the official “dig” on the story.
After a 1,007 day hiatus, UAB football is coming back. Birmingham eagerly awaits the return of the UAB Blazers. In order to make the wait a little easier, Bham Now prepared the ultimate fan guide to UAB football. We’re counting down to September 2nd, how about you?
This Saturday, August 19th, Otey’s Tavern is hosting Boiling N’ Bragging, an event to benefit the Critical Care Transport program at Children’s of Alabama.
Recently, Coca-Cola’s UNITED hosted ten students from five local Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU) for a week-long internship program.
When 15-year-old David Meyers suffered a bad hit playing high school football, he and his parents, Maureen and David, expected some sort of physical ailment. The aftermath, however, was more serious than they anticipated.
The results are in. UAB Hospital was ranked highly by U.S. News & World Report in ten medical specialities, with four other specialities listed as “high-performing.” The high rankings don’t stop there. Once again, UAB Hospital was ranked as the No. 1 hospital in the state of Alabama.
Friday, August 18th-Friday, August 25th
Birmingham Innovation Week 2017 is underway. An annual celebration of innovation in Birmingham, the city will showcase its finest inventors, investors, entrepreneurs, supporters and catalysts that drive it.
There are many fun events going on throughout the week. You won’t want to miss out! Here’s Bham Now’s guide to Innovation Week 2017.