Coming Events and Headlines
UAH visiting scholar examines the challenges universities face in commercializing technology
Classes begin for summer semester, 10-weeks courses.
Classes begin for summer semester, five-weeks courses.
College of Science Seminar
Dr. Thomas Zurbuchen, will present "The Entrepreneurial Frontier of University Research," at 4 p.m., in the Chan Auditorium (located in the College of Business Administration). Zurbuchen is associate dean for Entrepreneurial Programs, and professor of Space Science and Aerospace Engineering, in the College of Engineering, at The University of Michigan. The seminar is sponsored by the College of Science and is free and open to the public.
UAH will be closed in observance of the Memorial Day Holiday.
Tutoring Program Opens for Summer
The Tutoring Program will be open for the summer semester at 10 a.m., in Madison Hall room 123 (map). The summer hours are 10 a.m., to 3 p.m.
Nashville Charger Alumni Chapter Networking Social
Please join the UAHuntsville Alumni Association and your fellow alumni for an evening of free food and a lot of fun at Sambuca Restaurant on Monday, June 3, from 6 p.m., to 8 p.m. Appetizers will be served and a cash bar is available. All UAHuntsville alumni, soon-to-be alumni, friends, family, faculty, and staff are invited to attend. Registration is required before Wednesday, May 29. Register at http://tiny.cc/2013-06NashvilleEvent. Sambuca Restaurant is located at 601 12th Avenue South in Nashville.
High 5 Friday
UAH celebrates High 5 Friday.The High 5 Friday Crew tours campus and high fives any student wearing charger blue. They also give out freebies including t-shirts, key chains, pens, cups, Frisbees, and much more!
UAH Faculty and Staff Clinic Corner Newsletter
Did You Know?
UAH Charger Athletics will offer two soccer day camps in the upcoming weeks for youngsters ages 6-13. The camp dates are: June 17-20: Day Camp I; and July 8-11: Day Camp II. Those interested in signing up should visit uahsoccercamps.com (boys) or elitesocceracademy.com (girls), or for more information, please contact K. Taylor Flatt at(256) 824-6008.
Google Drive allows you to create graphs, forms, presentations that are very similar to PowerPoint, and spreadsheets that are very similar to Excel. You can create sharable, collaborative documents using Google Drive. You can also upload any Word, PowerPoint, Excel, or PDF document to your Google Drive. Find out more at https://sites.google.com/a/uah.edu/google-apps-learning-center/apps-learning-center/docs/docs-beginner.