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UAH Department of Communication Arts welcomes Distinguished Speaker Dr. James M. Honeycutt

Internationally recognized communications professor, James M. Honeycutt will be the guest speaker for UAH's Distinguished Speaker Series on Thursday, Sept …


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UAH lecturer brings experience and a unique perspective as a filmmaker

Like the two friends inspired to make parodies of classic movies in "Me, Earl, and the Dying Girl," David Goodman found himself fascinated by the power of film at a young age. "In my teenage years, I got really interested in surrealism," says the …


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UAH student helps preserve town’s past for future generations

With Alabama just a few years from its 200th anniversary as a state, the Alabama Bicentennial Commission (ABC) is laying the groundwork for a celebration worthy of such a momentous milestone. And helping in that effort is Hannah Delp, a senior …


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UAH's Distinguished Speaker Series presents noted philosopher Phyllis Rooney

Noted feminist philosopher Phyllis A. Rooney, will be the guest speaker for UAH's Distinguished Speaker Series on Friday, Aug …


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UAH 2016 Alumni of Achievement Award: Michael Slaton (BA FLIT '02)

Michael Slaton (BA, FLIT '02) made one of the most important decisions of his life in UAH Charger Cafe. "The decision I made in the university's cafeteria has had a profound impact on my career and …


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Conference for college women student leaders an inspiration for two UAH students

Two students from The University of Alabama in Huntsville (UAH) attended this year's National Conference for College Women Student Leaders (NCCWSL), held June 2-4 at the University of Maryland in College Park: Summer Roden, who is pursuing …


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NASA internship affirms UAH student’s decision to pursue master’s degree in public affairs

The day is fast approaching when NASA’s Space Launch System (SLS) will embark on deep space exploration missions, including sending astronauts aboard the Orion spacecraft to Mars. Helping to spread the word about this amazing endeavor is Ryan …


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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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Internship experience confirms UAH history student’s future is in the past

Most people would not relish the idea of spending the summer in a 150-year-old house with no air conditioning. But for Jessica Brodt, it's the opportunity of a lifetime. That's because the master's student in history at UAH is currently …


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UAH sociology student’s connection to campus more than just academic

With its location in the Tennessee Valley, UAH typically enjoys mild winters. But it was snowing the day Christian Bailey came to tour campus as a high school student trying to decide where to go. "The weather was terrible," says the Arab, Ala. …


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