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Marylyn Coffey, long-time UAH arts assistant, retires

As Marylyn Coffey ('07, MA, English) ties up some loose ends before retiring from The University of Alabama in Huntsville (UAH), there is one thing she is sure of: She will not be …


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UAH history student once again nabs best paper award at regional honor society meeting

History students at The University of Alabama in Huntsville (UAH) are making quite a name for themselves at the annual Phi Alpha Theta (PAT) Alabama Regional Meeting. In three of the last four years, they have won an award for the best …


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UAH student’s internship in Costa Rica merges language and health care

As a senior Spanish major and global studies minor at The University of Alabama in Huntsville (UAH), Norsha White knew she needed to complete an internship that would supplement her classroom language instruction. But with plans to apply to …


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UAH graduate uses music skill and G.I. Bill to launch an education career

A lot of people spend years struggling to create a successful career in music, but James Manning's skill as a classical guitarist is bound to make the road to being a world-class musician a lot smoother. Manning, a U.S. Navy veteran, attended UAH …


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UAH welcomes celebrated eight-voice ensemble on April 26

The Department of Music at UAH will host a performance by Grammy® Award winning vocal ensemble Roomful of Teeth at Roberts Recital Hall on Tuesday, April 26, from 7:30-9 p.m. The event is part of the Department's yearlong Constellation …


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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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UAH Department of Philosophy welcomes Distinguished Speaker Dr. Kristie L. Dotson

Noted African American feminist philosopher Kristie L. Dotson will be the guest speaker for The University of Alabama in Huntsville's (UAH) Distinguished Speakers Series on Friday, Feb …


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UAH graduate student founds non-profit outreach organization to share love of history

This past fall, Kelly Fisk Hamlin became the executive director and principal educator of Wolf Gap Education Outreach, which makes history education accessible and affordable to public and home-schooled students in the Tennessee Valley. It's …


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UAH Office of Diversity, Women's and Gender Studies Program, AshaKiran co-sponsor first-responder domestic abuse workshop

UAH will host a first-responder workshop "Responding to Domestic Violence: Creating Pathways for Change and Recovery," on Monday, April 18. The seminar is sponsored by the UAH Office of Diversity, Women's and Gender Studies Program and …


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UAH Humanities Center celebrating 25 years

UAH's Humanities Center opened its doors on campus a quarter of a century ago. The university community will celebrate the center's 25th anniversary April 3-9, with several public events including performances by award-winning musicians, talks …


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