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UAH’s Department of Music hosts Golden Jubilee to celebrate 50th anniversary

The 2016-2017 academic year marks the 50th anniversary of the Department of Music at UAH, and to honor the occasion, the Department will be hosting a yearlong Golden Jubilee …


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Meet UAH's new History Faculty Member Dylan Baun

Dylan Baun won a major chemistry award in his junior year of high school. It would seem his future was set. But Baun was more curious about the "connections" between premodern democracy and modern government than the properties of atoms or …


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Clarke Rountree named Associate Dean of UAH's College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences

Clarke Rountree ('83, B.A. Political Science), has been named Associate Dean for Outreach and Recruitment at The University of Alabama in Huntsville (UAH) College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences. He will begin his duties as Associate …


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UAH to host fourth annual “Peace on Earth” holiday spectacular Dec. 2

UAH is proud to announce that its fourth annual "Peace on Earth" holiday spectacular will be held on Friday, Dec. 2, at 7:30 p.m. in the VBC’s Mark C. Smith Concert …


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New book co-edited by UAH history professor expands, advances field of slave studies

A few years ago, Dr. Christine Sears published a nonfiction book about American slaves and African masters whose tales of high-seas misadventure sounded more like a Patrick O'Brian novel than a depiction of real life. Now the associate …


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The UAH College of Arts, Humanities, & Social Sciences

Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences, which include the study of history, literature, philosophy, languages, social sciences, and the fine arts, are the heart of the core curriculum for …


UAH Theatre presents “Proof,” a Pulitzer and Tony Award winning play

UAH Theatre’s century-spanning season closes out the fall semester with the Pulitzer and Tony Award winning play “Proof.” Written by David Auburn, this drama brings together the traditional themes of a family struggling to come to terms …


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UAH Department of Philosophy welcomes educator and New York Times author Michael Patrick Lynch

UAH welcomes educator and New York Times author Michael Patrick Lynch to campus on Friday, Nov …


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UAH welcomes Yaa Gyasi, author of "The New York Times" best-selling book "Homegoing"

Author Yaa Gyasi has experienced a year that seasoned writers only dream about. Her best-selling, debut novel Homegoing sold for more than a million dollars in 2015. Gyasi will discuss Homegoing on Tuesday, Nov. 1, at …


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UAH psychology students provide valuable assistance on pro bono murder trial

Late one night four years ago, a man and a woman left a party; the man returned home, but the woman did not. Her remains were eventually found after a hiker discovered the woman’s shoe with a bone inside. Now, with that man facing life in …


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