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10 UAH students receive NSF CyberCorps scholarships

Full cybersecurity scholarships have been awarded to 10 students at UAH from its five-year, $4.2 million National Science Foundation (NSF) CyberCorps Scholarships for Service …


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25 years of achievement for Propulsion Research Center

UAH's Propulsion Research Center (PRC) is commemorating 25 years of achievement in propulsion research and student education with a symposium and celebration Oct …


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UAH PhD student uses CAD images for early detection of breast cancer

To Huda Al-Ghaib ('11MS, EE, '15 Ph.D., ECE) the often-fatal disease, cancer, is the only true "enemy of the world." For nearly three years Al-Ghaib, a doctoral student at UAH, has been conducting research in the area of pattern recognition with …


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Initiative broadens UAH engineering students’ exposure to cybersecurity

Engineers who graduate from UAH will have broad exposure to industrial control systems cybersecurity within their fields of study under a new …


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The College of Engineering welcomes 2 new faculty joining us in the Fall of 2016

Dr. Kyung-Ho Roh joins the Chemical and Materials Engineering Department as Assistant Professor. Dr. Roh received his Ph.D. degree in Macromolecular Science and Engineering from the University of Michigan in 2008, and his M.S. and B.S …


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Honors student’s cubesat software earns him first place at Utah conference

Open-source software for simultaneous satellite orbital and attitude propagation developed by University of Alabama in Huntsville (UAH) student Kareem Omar has won him $10,000 and first place in a student paper …


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UAH 2016 Alumni of Achievement Award: Dr. William Emrich (PhD, ME '03)

UAH's Propulsion Research Center's (PRC) international reputation and convenience were the main reasons alumnus William Emrich (PhD ME, '03) applied to the PhD program in Mechanical and Aerospace …


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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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UAH student’s multipurpose tool 3-D printed on International Space Station

At first glance, the web ad that popped up on Robert Hillan's browser looked like a scam. "It said something like, 'Get your design in space!', which made me think it was fraudulent," says the sophomore aerospace engineering major at UAH. "But I …


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New program prepares UAH graduates to better meet needs of city’s aerospace industry

With an eye toward better preparing graduates to meet the needs of the city's aerospace and defense employers, UAH and Bastion Technologies Inc. have signed an agreement to establish the Bastion Technical Fellows (BTF) program. Beginning this …


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