The UAB/Birmingham Women’s Rugby Club is inviting women throughout the Magic City to become a part of their team.
For women interested in rugby, the world’s 9th most popular sport (tied with American football), the Birmingham club’s first practices are this week Tuesday, September 3 and Thursday, September 5, beginning at 5:00pm, at the UAB Recreation Fields – between 5th Avenue South and 12th Street.
Hey, football fans! The 2019 UAB Blazers Football season is just under a week away from kickoff on August 29th at Legion Field. Here are the top 7 reasons to come out to support Birmingham’s favorite fire-breathing football team. Oh, and don’t forget your shakers.
Savoy Magazine, one of the nation’s leading African American lifestyle publications, has named Deborah Grimes, the chief diversity officer for the UAB Health System, one of the most influential women in corporate America for 2019.
The Birmingham tech industry is growing… and fast. Tech start-ups like Mixtroz and Shipt are popping up all around the Magic City, so there’s surely no shortage in the jobs that follow. If you’re interested in finding an IT job, but don’t know where to start, Innovate Birmingham’s summer courses might just be the perfect way to get plugged in.
The Women’s Cancers Survivors Workshop is a day to empower survivors of breast and women’s cancers and their loved ones. The sessions include living with and after cancer, how caregivers can support their loved ones and themselves, how to navigate insurance and healthcare costs and a Q&A session with a panel of women’s cancers experts. The workshop is hosted by the UAB School of Nursing, the O’Neal Comprehensive Cancer Center at UAB and SurviveAL.
Peer into a beating heart, or fly across the world. Then meet moon man Buzz Aldrin in hologram form. You don’t even have to leave Birmingham—you just have to be a student, faculty or staff member at UAB. Take a look at the new UAB Virtual Reality Studio in Lister Hill Library.
UAB’s Dr. Jim McClintock, a world expert on marine chemical ecology and drug discovery in Antarctica, was awarded the Finn Ronne Memorial Award by the Explorers Club on Saturday evening, March 16th in New York City.
In 2016, NPR held its annual Tiny Desk Contest, as part of their popular Tiny Desk Concert series, which has been viewed on You Tube more than 2 billion times, and has millions of loyal followers on radio. Out of more than 6000 contest video entries from all over the world, a jury of high profiled musicians came back with one unanimous winner – Gaelynn Lea.