Thursday Charity Dinner: Events Start at 5:30 PM

 

100% of profits go to charity. 

 

Now! The Charity Dinner is Included with Your Full Conference Attendee Registration

Where do these funds go?

  • 40% UAB’s, Deep South Center, School of Public Health, Industrial Hygiene Program, Southeast Mine Safety and Health Scholarship
  • 10% Southeast Area's Student AIHA Section
  • 40% UAB’s, Engineering Department, Safety Program, Dr. Martha Bidez Memorial Scholarship
  • 10% Southeast Area's Student ASSP Chapter

You may also notice that college student volunteers participate and aid our annual conference program. Get to know the students and share your Occupational Safety and Health Professional knowledge with them. 

Thanks to your generosity we provided $14,000 in donations funding last conference.

Conference Scholarships

UAB’s, Engineering Department, Safety Program, Dr. Martha Bidez Memorial Scholarship and Southeast Area's Student ASSP Chapter

This award was developed by the conference to honor the memory of Dr. Martha Bidez, past executive committee member. UAB's School of Engineering Safety students as well as college students in the southeast participating in the student chapter of Alabama American Society of Safety Professionals and/or are occupational safety and health students at the University of Alabama Birmingham are eligible candidates. These are students studying in the occupational safety and health field as well as graduate safety engineering management students.

Past recipients: Brenna Hogan, Reese Koehler, Morgan Dean and Holden Phillips

Recent Scholarship Recipients: 

Dr. Martha Bidez Memorial Scholarship, UAB Engineering:

            2020: Edwin de la Cueva

            2021: Tammy Lynn

Both are students in the Master of Engineering in Advanced Safety Engineering and Management.

UAB’s, Deep South Center, School of Public Health, Industrial Hygiene Program, Southeast Mine Safety and Health Scholarship and Southeast Area's Student AIHA Section

This award was developed by the conference to show our appreciation of the untiring support of the Southeast Mine Safety and Health Conference provided by UAB’s Deep South Center for Occupational Safety and Health. UAB’s School of Public Health, Industrial Hygiene students as well as college students in the southeast participating in the American Industrial Hygiene Association (AIHA) Student Section and/or are occupational safety and health students at the University of Alabama Birmingham are eligible candidates. These are students studying in the occupational safety and health field as well as graduate/doctoral Industrial Hygiene program.

          2021: Jasna M. Rosser-Williams

                        Donglee Yang

                        Kelvin Duy Dam

All three are Masters of Public Health in Industrial Hygiene.

 

Congratulations to our future safety and health leaders!