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Fifteen students win at Research Horizons Poster Day


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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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Innovative cybersecurity research lands UAH doctoral student best poster award

UAH computer engineering doctoral student Vahid Heydari's poster on "Preventing Remote Cyber Attacks against Aircraft Avionics Systems" was recently named the best poster at the 11th International Conference on Cyber Warfare and Security in …


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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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UAH’s School of Graduate Studies welcomes its first GEM fellows

Rosalind McCullough, Brandon Fields, and Brittney Murray may have taken three completely different paths to get to The University of Alabama in Huntsville (UAH), but there's one thing they all have in common: they are all GEM …


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Father and son share bond by pursuing UAH degrees at same time

While his mom has been a big influence in his life, it's safe to say that Clinton Knox takes more after his dad - so much so, in fact, that he and his father, Jim Knox, are both currently enrolled as engineering students at UAH: Clinton is …


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Teledyne Brown Engineering provides unique imaging data to new consortium

A new Alabama university consortium made possible through a donation by Teledyne Brown Engineering will provide state universities a unique opportunity to obtain imaging data from the International Space Station (ISS) for …


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UAH business students put skills to work for disadvantaged business enterprises

Just six months ago, Tien Pham couldn't have told you what riprap was. Today, however, the business graduate student at UAH is proud to say she has a pretty good handle on construction terminology. "Now when I see road work, I have a whole …


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Dynamic cyber warning software looks promising

UAH researchers are seeing potential in a software application that could effectively warn users when they are about to give away sensitive personal information …


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UAH, AIA, welcome Kevin Brownlee curator of Canada's renowned Manitoba Museum

Kevin Brownlee, Curator of Archaeology at The Manitoba Museum will give two public lectures on the campus of UAH on Tuesday, March …


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