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July 6 - July 12
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TOP HEADLINES
» UAH 2015 Alumni of Achievement Awards set

» UAH Parking Permit Sales begin July 13


CAMPUS EVENTS
JUL
8
B. Jeanne Fisher Memorial Service
Services for B. Jeanne Fisher UAH's first Vice President for Student Affairs, 11 a.m., Monte Sano United Methodist Church in Huntsville (601 Monte Sano Blvd. SE). Speakers include former UAH President Frank Franz, and Delois Smith, Vice President for Diversity.

Campus Dining Discounts for Alumni
JULY 8, 15, 22, and 29
Sodexo Dining Services invites you to come eat with us on the UAH campus. We will be offering a special Alumni Association discount just for you! Beginning Aug. 20, enjoy 10 percent off each Wednesday at any of our retail dining locations, as well as $6 all-you-care-to-eat meal at Charger Cafe in the University Center. Designated, complimentary visitor parking available at the University Center and at the Intermodal Facility (corner of John Wright Dr. and Holmes Ave) for Charger Union and Charger Village Food Court.

Solar Golf Cart Kick-Off
UAH engineering students will team up with the Alabama Center for Sustainable Energy to install solar panels on campus electric golf carts, from noon to 2 p.m., Charger Union Greenway.

JUL
10
UAH CLOSED
Four Day Work Week through Aug. 4

JUL
14
Alumni Relations Networking Event "Next Steps Online Networking Event"
Don't miss out on this incredible opportunity to connect with UAH alumni from your city and around the world! Join fellow participants to share your experiences, exchange career tips and build your professional network - all online. Hosted by the UAH Alumni Association from 6 p.m., to 8 p.m. It's free, it's for only a few hours and it's fun! Register online to receive log-in details for the event: https://app.brazenconnect.com/events/uah-online-networking. For more information: http://www.uah.edu/alumni/services/8283-next-steps-online-networking

JUL
17
UAH Nashville Shores Trip
Hop on the bus and enjoy an afternoon at Nashville Shores Hermitage, TN 37076, USA. Map: https://goo.gl/maps/0uV8l Transportation and cost of admission is provided, but pre-registration is required along with a $20 refundable deposit (refunded day of trip with attendance). Deposit can be paid online or by stopping by CU 218. Register here: http://www.tinyurl.com/UAHsummer

UAH CLOSED
Four Day Work Week through Aug. 4

JUL
24
UAH CLOSED
Four Day Work Week through Aug. 4

JUL
30
Office of Diversity Public Forum
A Public Forum to promote mutual understanding, dignity and respect hosted by the UAH Office of Diversity, 6:30 p.m., Charger Union Theater. Co-sponsored by the Huntsville Area Inclusive Community Initiative, City of Huntsville Office of Multicultural Affairs and the UAH Office of Diversity. Free and open to the public.

JUL
31
UAH CLOSED
Four Day Work Week through Aug. 4


CAMPUS NEWS IN BRIEF
» New Student Orientation - Select The Date
» UAH Staff Senate Officers Announced


» UAH Alumnus Opens New Media Services Company, Kaboom Crash Media
Aaron Sexton ('12 Studio Art/Graphic Design) recently opened a new multipurpose media services company, Kaboom Crash Media in historical downtown Huntsville. The company specializes in everything from session photography to creative photography and video content for web and social media marketing. Before opening Kaboom Crash Media he was employed at UAH as Director of Video Productions. Sexton is known locally and regionally for his work with the Huntsville event LIT (Light+Innovation+Technology), and his documentary exposition of the city's homeless entitled, "The Truth Lies Beautifully." Sexton's photography has been recognized by Photographer Forums Magazine, a national publication.

» Grammy-Award winning country Singer Naomi Judd headlines OLLI at UAH annual membership drive
The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI ) at The University of Alabama in Huntsville (UAH) will host their annual membership drive on Wednesday, July 15, with a luncheon and motivational presentation by Grammy-Award winning country singer, Naomi Judd. OLLI is offered through the UAH Division of Professional and Continuing Studies, and is celebrating 22 years of service through learning, leadership and community service. "An Afternoon with Naomi Judd," is from 12:30 p.m., to 2 p.m., at the Jackson Conference Center. Tickets are $40 per person and include the Judd presentation, lunch, and OLLI at UAH membership. Seating is limited and attendees are encouraged to register quickly by calling 256.824.6010 or visiting: osher.uah.edu/naomijudd. Seating is general admission except full-table purchases of eight seats. After the presentation Judd will autograph her book, Love Can Build A Bridge, a New York Times bestseller. Barnes & Noble will be on hand with copies of Judd's book.

» Single-Stream Recycling Program
UAH has started a campus-wide single-stream recycling program, meaning all recyclables – plastic, paper, and aluminum – may be placed in all campus recycling bins. In addition to the new program, the following changes to the recycling and trash pick-up schedule will be made.
  • Trash in individual offices is picked up on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays only.
  • Common area (restrooms, break rooms, etc.) trash cans are emptied every day. Please place food scraps in common area trash cans.
  • Recycling is picked up on Tuesdays.
The new schedule is designed to encourage more recycling and less waste. For your convenience, all paper, magazines, newspapers, paperboard, aluminum, and plastics may now be placed in your desk-side bins. For questions or more details about what may be recycled, please visit http://www.uah.edu/sustainability/recycling, or contact Haley Hix haley.hix@uah.edu
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» Preparing for Summer / Fall Courses
Do you need assistance with your summer/fall courses? Academic Technology staff members are available all summer to assist you with Canvas, Panopto, and TurningTechnology Clickers. Contact us at 
acadtech@uah.edu to set up an appointment, merge your online courses, or help troubleshoot an issue.