Tonight at 8pm, millions are estimated to be tuned into the first 2016 Presidential debate. Unsurprisingly, that includes college students, especially from UAB. During class discussions, Political Science Professor, A.K. Shauku, found out what his students really wanted to get out of this important debate.
Longtime community advocate and leader in the Alabama Scenic Byways movement, Joe Watts has been elected President of the Birmingham Audubon Society.
Watts leads the 70 year old Birmingham institution which has been experiencing a renaissance in the past few years with the hiring of an executive director, staff and the establishment of a permanent office.
Checkout their impressive 2015-16 Annual report.
The ever evolving community in the “Ham” would not be possible without local business men and women who hustle day after day to put the Magic City on the map.
UAB will be the recipient of $130M in bond value to fund significant capital improvements as approved by The University of Alabama System board of trustees.
Convienence is driving the service industry. From ride share programs to grocery delivery services, competition is stiffening.
With more than 26,000 sq. ft. and 130 employees occupying private and open space offices, AirMed International and LifeGuard Ambulance will be able to expand operations and improve its services downtown.
Neat, Behind The Scenes of Director and Visual Engineer Steve Giralt’s Deconstructed Burger Motion Concept.
Delicious meat topped with cheese, bacon, pickles, tomatoes, onions, lettuce, ketchup, mustard, and a sesame bun … Washed down with a cold beer. Shot on Phantom 4k, with high speed motion control robot. A special thanks to soraphotography.net for the use of the robot and Phantom, along with the help of Tomoya and Kazu.
Directed by Steve Giralt, DP / Phantom Tech Tomoya Hara, and Motion Control tech was Kazu Sunahara. Food Styling by Jen Beauchesne
You can view the original video here vimeo.com/178243000
The growth in Birmingham is becoming a hot topic around the country and others are beginning to take notice.
Once again, a local establishment has been recognized as one of the fastest growing companies.
The @alabamarivers (ARA) is inviting you to lunch on Monday. From ARA:
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They all have been honored by the esteemed Explorers Club. Congratulations, James McClintock!
UAB’s James McClintock, Explorers Club Fellow
Bham Now is Profiled by Tech Birmingham
In a recent interview by Tech Birmingham, Bham Now states “Our mission is to make Birmingham a smarter, better city. Our focus includes jobs, revitalization, start-ups, nature, environment and how to have a good time! Over 60% of our audience are mobile millennials in the ‘ham’.” -Cindy Martin, Founder and President, Bham Now
Cindy was the founding CEO of AL.com and then served as President of Alabama Media Group before starting up BhamNow. She has a love for Birmingham and is ecstatic about the millennial movement in the Magic City.
With her guidance, BhamNow is attracting millennials wanting up to date information about all of their favorite Birmingham activities on www.bhamnow.com. Read the full post about Bham Now here here
TechBirmingham allows companies to connect with a variety of technology focused companies in Birmingham. Find more info about Tech Birmingham here.
Thank you TechBirmingham for all you do for the emerging tech community in the “Ham”.
Does it surprise you when someone says negative things about Birmingham?
For me, I’ve experience 3 years at Samford where students from Nashville, Atlanta, Chattanooga, etc. think of Birmingham as “outdated” or “slow”.
But we have our own way of pushing through the stereo types.