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UAH nursing student gains valuable experience volunteering, performing community service

UAH nursing student gains valuable experience volunteering, performing community service

"Volunteering and community service has helped me to grow as a person. Volunteering helps you to see how fortunate you are and how the smallest act of kindness you perform for someone can have such...

Kenneth E. Harwell, former UAH vice president  of research dies

Kenneth E. Harwell, former UAH vice president of research dies

Kenneth Edwin Harwell, former UAH senior vice president for research and associate provost, died on Friday, April 4, in Nashville. He was 77. Dr. Harwell began his tenure at UAH in 1989. He led...

UAH alumnus is making people Smarter Every Day

UAH alumnus is making people Smarter Every Day

Teaching may be the noblest profession, but for Destin Sandlin, it is also an excuse to light cigarettes with a laser, fire an AK-47 underwater, and get leaf-cutter ants to carry a sign. That's because...

UAH instructor releases new jazz CD

UAH instructor releases new jazz CD

The Watters/Felts Project may have just released their first, eponymous CD from Summit Records this month, but the story of this popular local jazz band really begins three years ago, during one of Ken Watters'...

Symposium inducts Dr. Suzy Young into order

Symposium inducts Dr. Suzy Young into order

Dr. Suzy Young, director of The University of Alabama in Huntsville's Office of Proposal Development, was named to the Order of Prometheus during the recent Pathfinder Chapter Unmanned Aircraft Systems Symposium in Huntsville, Ala. "I am...

Wade top graduate research  assistant in College of Science

Wade top graduate research assistant in College of Science

Ryan Wade, a doctoral candidate from the Mississippi Gulf coast who is in Alabama studying snowstorms, has been named the top graduate research assistant in The University of Alabama in Huntsville's College of Science for...

Vermont polymath finds intellectual fulfillment at UAH

Vermont polymath finds intellectual fulfillment at UAH

Since his formative years in the small town of East Burke, Vt., Casey Calamaio has amassed quite a few interests, including aviation, environmental sciences, and cartography. But even more impressive, he's been able...

App developer – and UAH alumna – asks ‘Are You Squared?’

App developer – and UAH alumna – asks ‘Are You Squared?’

If you had to guess what Charlotte Ellett, co-founder of game development company C63 Industries, majored in at The University of Alabama in Huntsville, you might go with computer science. What you probably wouldn't go...

UAH researcher wins top award in nuclear survivability

UAH researcher wins top award in nuclear survivability

Dr. William A. Seidler, a senior research scientist at the UAH Research Institute, has been awarded the Peter Haas Award by the Hardened Electronics and Radiation Technology (HEART) Conference for his contributions to the nuclear...

Butler and Randolph Students Win Entrepreneurship Prizes

Butler and Randolph Students Win Entrepreneurship Prizes

The Village of Promise - Randolph School Academic Challenge culminated on Sunday, April 13, with two triumphant winners of the Entrepreneurship Competition. The first-place prize went to Randolph School sophomore Mr. Saahil Katyal for...

UAH Rowing Club powered in part by school spirit

UAH Rowing Club powered in part by school spirit

Neither Logan McEwen nor Rachel Gregory gave much thought to rowing before attending UAH. But today that disinterest is a thing of the past. Now the two share an unbridled love of the sport, serving...

UAH Charger Cheerleaders take top prize at JAMfest Nationals Series

UAH Charger Cheerleaders take top prize at JAMfest Nationals Series

Last month, the Charger Cheerleaders at UAH decided to take their spirit on the road. Their destination? The JAMfest Nationals Series in Mobile, where they won first place in the International Open Co-Ed Cheer and...

AMC Commanding General Dennis L. Via to give UAH spring commencement address

AMC Commanding General Dennis L. Via to give UAH spring commencement address

General Dennis L. Via, Commander of the U.S. Army Materiel Command on Redstone Arsenal, is scheduled to deliver UAH's commencement address on Sunday, May 4. The ceremony begins at 2 p.m., and will be held...

2014-2015 Orientation Leaders gear up for summer at UAH

2014-2015 Orientation Leaders gear up for summer at UAH

New Student Orientation at The University of Alabama in Huntsville (UAH) is designed to help ease the transition from high school, college, or the workforce to life in the Charger Nation. And helping facilitate that...

UAH’s partnership with nearby HudsonAlpha proves a benefit to both

UAH’s partnership with nearby HudsonAlpha proves a benefit to both

When Dr. Eric Mendenhall accepted a position as assistant professor with the Department of Biological Sciences at UAH this past fall, one of the deciding factors was the university's unique relationship with the HudsonAlpha Institute...

UAH and Army Band to Give Joint Performance

UAH and Army Band to Give Joint Performance

The Wind Ensemble at UAH and the U.S. Army Materiel Command Band will give a joint performance at 8 p.m. on Friday, April 11, at the First Baptist Church (600 Governors Drive). UAH conductor...

UAH students celebrate Greek Week in a big way

UAH students celebrate Greek Week in a big way

It's crunch time for graduating seniors at UAH. The few remaining days before graduation are spent dotting i's and crossing t's – cramming for exams, and completing senior theses for research papers or projects. But students...

UAH’s Department of Education adds graduate degree with concentration in autism spectrum disorders

UAH’s Department of Education adds graduate degree with concentration in autism spectrum disorders

The Department of Education at UAH now offers a Master of Education (M.Ed.) in Differentiated Instruction with a concentration in Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD), the first in the state of Alabama to do so. ...

UAH planning for regional vehicle manufacturing center

UAH planning for regional vehicle manufacturing center

Greater research ties between vehicle manufacturers and UAH will result from a regional Industry/University Cooperative Research Center (I/UCRC) for vehicle manufacturing that has received a National Science Foundation grant to support its planning. Lead institution Auburn...

UAH student team designs project for Special Operations Forces

UAH student team designs project for Special Operations Forces

A 10-member team of capstone design students from UAH has created a torpedo-like device with the goal of stopping suspect sailboats while they are under engine power by fouling their propellers. Advised by Mechanical and Aerospace...

Students turn $250 wheelchair into geo-positioning robot

Students turn $250 wheelchair into geo-positioning robot

Talk about your Craigslist finds! A team of student employees at UAH's Systems Management and Production Center (SMAP) combined inspiration with innovation to make a $250 motorized wheelchair do the work of a $20,000 robot. As...

UAH professor’s protein crystal experiment set to fly to ISS

UAH professor’s protein crystal experiment set to fly to ISS

A UAH biology professor's experiment that is set to fly to the International Space Station (ISS) could shed new light on the roles enzymes play in biological processes. Developed by UAH-owned company iXpressGenes in association with...

UAH ‘on leading edge’ in offering  Lean Healthcare practices course

UAH ‘on leading edge’ in offering Lean Healthcare practices course

UAH is on "the leading edge of higher education institutions nationally" by combining its research, educational and training functions to offer Lean process instruction to healthcare practitioners, says a nationally known Lean instructor. Dr. Hugh McManus,...

UAH sophomore’s product drawing investor attention

UAH sophomore’s product drawing investor attention

Nestegg Bio, a 3D printing start-up founded by University of Alabama in Huntsville (UAH) student Tanner Carden and collaborators Devon Bane, Gavon Carden, and Tim Gualdin, has been selected to participate in the GIGTANK Accelerator...

UAH Rover Challenge team hopes to engineer a victory

UAH Rover Challenge team hopes to engineer a victory

Hoping to engineer a victory, UAH's Rover Team is in final preparations for Thursday’s start to the inaugural NASA Human Exploration Rover Challenge. Set for Thursday through Saturday, April 10-12, at the U.S. Space...

UAH climbs in R&D expenditures, according to latest NSF figures

UAH climbs in R&D expenditures, according to latest NSF figures

UAH has climbed in multiple national rankings for research and development expenditures according to National Science Foundation (NSF) fiscal 2012 data, which are the most recent available. Overall nationally, UAH advanced to 130th in federally financed...

Tank UAH junior helped fabricate is about to be tested by NASA

Tank UAH junior helped fabricate is about to be tested by NASA

A UAH undergraduate student will be closely watching as a huge composite fuel tank he worked on is unloaded today from NASA's Super Guppy aircraft to undergo a series of structural and pressure tests. ...

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