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UAH hosts screening of acclaimed documentary "Tested" with filmmaker Curtis Chin

Noted television writer, producer, director and political activist, Curtis Chin, will discuss his award-winning documentary, Tested, at UAH on Thursday, Feb …


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UAH graduating senior Dylan Stewart's Liberal Arts degree "holds countless untold benefits"

"The Liberal Arts encourages risk-taking, especially when students venture into a new or unknown topic. Pushing students outside their comfort zones is one of the reasons why I want to be a teacher," said Dylan Stewart, a graduating senior in the …


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10 UAH faculty proposals get cross-college research funding

Ten proposals received $49,999 in total funding from the 2016-17 Cross-College Faculty Research program sponsored by the UAH Office of the Vice President for Research and Economic …


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Four receive UAH New Faculty Research awards

Four new tenure-track faculty members at UAH will share $39,701 in 2016-17 New Faculty Research awards from UAH's Office of the Vice President for Research and Economic …


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Bryce Morgan named Director of Environmental Health and Safety at UAH

Bryce A. Morgan has been named Director of Environmental Health and Safety in the Department of Facilities and Operations at UAH. He began his duties in …


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Lily LightAide™ arrives at The UAH Rise School

Last spring, UAH Rise School participated in a national competition to win a Lily LightAide, an innovative LED teaching device specifically designed for adults and children with learning …


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College of Education to open Early Learning Center on UAH campus

This fall, the UAH Early Learning Center (ELC) will officially open on campus. The ELC, an outreach unit of the UAH College of Education is now accepting applications for …


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Compassion a guiding light throughout UAH education professor’s journey

When Dr. Whitney Meade was 17 years old, her high school sociology teacher took the class to tour the King's Daughters' School, a residential facility for individuals with developmental disabilities. His goal was to show those students who …


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Military wife, mother of three Theresa Gibson graduates from the UAH College of Education

In the last 13 years, Theresa, "Trace" Gibson, has lived in 10 different houses—from Arizona, to Virginia, to Hawaii. The UAH student will graduate on Sunday, Dec. 13, from the College of Education with a master's degree. A military wife and …


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UAH Rise School welcomes new staff member Kevin Battle

As a facilities maintenance employee, Kevin Battle has the most important job of all at the UAH Rise School: preserving the health and environmental wellness of every student and …


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