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March 23 - March 29
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UAH President Robert Altenkirch, and William Wilkerson, dean of the Honors College cut the ribbon, and officially open the new home of the college located in Frank Franz Hall. The building also serves as residential housing for Honors students.
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CHARGERS
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 1
sport iconBaseball vs. Miles
1:00 pm (DH)
FRIDAY, APRIL 3
sport iconTennis vs. Alabama A&M
2:00 pm
sport iconSoftball vs. Valdosta State
2:00 pm
sport iconBaseball vs. Valdosta State
2:00 pm (DH)
SATURDAY, APRIL 4
sport iconTennis vs. Delta State
1:00 pm
sport iconSoftball vs. Valdosta State
1:00 pm
sport iconBaseball vs. Valdosta State
1:00 pm
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 8
sport iconSoftball vs. Miles
3:00 pm (DH)
sport iconBaseball vs. Montevallo
6:00 pm
SATURDAY, APRIL 11
sport iconTennis vs. Lee
1:00 pm
MONDAY, APRIL 13
sport iconWomen's Tennis vs. Martin Methodist
3:30 pm
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 15
sport iconBaseball vs. Stillman
6:00 pm
SATURDAY, APRIL 18
sport iconSoftball vs. Union
2:00 pm (DH)
sport iconBaseball vs. Union
3:00 pm (DH)
SUNDAY, APRIL 19
sport iconSoftball vs. Union
1:00 pm
sport iconBaseball vs. Union
1:00 pm
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» UAH Research Horizons Day Student Poster Session

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CAMPUS EVENTS
MAR
23
UAH faculty and students observe Spring Break
No classes, March 23 - 28.

MAR
27
Spring Break Holiday (UAH closed)


MAR
31
UAH, CCI sponsor Be The Match® drives in memory of Leslie Vallely
March 31 - April 1
The UAH College of Nursing and the Clearview Cancer Institute (CCI) have teamed up to hold two simultaneous "Be The Match"® donor drives on Tuesday and Wednesday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the UAH College of Nursing and the University Center Exhibit Hall. The drives are in memory of Leslie Vallely, who lost her battle with leukemia last summer. Vallely was director of communications at CCI, and former public service director for WHNT­-TV Channel 19.

Retirement Reception Honoring Tom Estes and Ravi Seth
The UAH community is invited to attend a retirement celebration honoring Tom Estes, Director of Mechanical and Electrical Maintenance, and Ravi Seth, Director of Custodial Services, from 1:30 p.m., to 3:30 p.m., in the Shelby Center for Science and Technology room 301. The reception is hosted by Facilities and Operations. Please join us for dessert and to wish them well on their last day of service.

APR
1
UAH Charged Up for Change! EXPO
The UAH Womens' and Gender Studies Program is hosting “Charged Up For Change! EXPO from 10 a.m. - 2 p.m., in the University Center. EXPO provides a venue for networking and features local musicians, performance artists, refreshments, and door prizes. Admission is free and open to the public. For more information, please visit www.uah.edu/expo or call 256.824.6190.

APR
2
UAH Honors College Lecture
Dr. Trevor J. Finch of Cornell University and Dr. Jonathan Sterne of McGill University will present "In the Moog: How a new instrument and sound were born," at 11:10 a.m. in room 100 of the Materials Science Building.

APR
6
UAH celebrates Greek Week
April 6 - April 10

The Clothesline Project
April 6 - 8
The CLOTHESLINE Project is a visual display that calls attention to sexual and physical violence. The project displays shirts designed by survivors of violence and those who support and care for them. Open from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday in the Charger Union Lobby.

APR
7
UAH Honors Convocation
UAH Honors Convocation 8:30 a.m., Chan Auditorium located in the Business Administration Building (BSB). A reception along with a display of the Research Horizons Poster Contest will also follow at approximately 10 a.m., in the Student Success Center located in the Louis Salmon Library. Posters will be on display all week (April 7­-10).

APR
9
UAH Honors College Lecture
Dr. Bill Carswell of the Reliability and Failure Analysis Laboratory at UAH will present "The Future of Sustainable Energy," at 11:10 a.m. in room 100 of the Materials Science Building.

Student Leadership and Diversity Advocates Roundtable Graduation Edition
The Office of Multicultural Affairs hosts the Class of 2015 Celebration, 5:30 p.m., Frank Franz Hall. Come out and enjoy food, fun, games and prizes. Graduates please confirm attendance by Tuesday, March 31, by emailing oma@uah.edu.

APR
10
Boeing New Business Challenge
The Boeing New Business Challenge event is open to students across campus. Students pitch their business ideas for a chance to win up to $10K in scholarship money. The event will be held from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m., Business Administration Building room 205.

APR
16
UAH Honors College Showcase
April 16 and April 23
Honors students present their Honors Theses, 11:10 a.m., Materials Science Building room 100.

APR
18
Charger Cornhole Challenge
UAH student groups are hosting a Charger Cornhole Tournament to raise money for the "Make A Wish Foundation." Admission is $10 per person to play. Food will be provided and there will be free give­aways and prizes for tournament champions! Participants can also watch the baseball and softball teams take on Union University from 2 p.m. to 7 p.m. at Charger Park.


CAMPUS NEWS IN BRIEF


» UAH to Host AMS Spring Meeting
UAH will host the American Mathematical Society (AMS) Spring Southeastern Sectional Meeting from Friday, March 27, to Sunday, March 29. The meeting is open to the public and registration fees are $56 for AMS members, $78 for non-members, and $5 for students. To view the program, go to http://www.ams.org/meetings/sectional/2224_progfull.html. For more information, contact Tami Lang at 256.824.6470 or langtj@uah.edu.

» UAH Hosts Sound Studies Symposium
The Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures and the Humanities Center will host the Sound Studies Symposium: "Sound and Beyond: Acoustics, Visuality, and Culture in the Digital Media Age," on Thursday, April 2, and Friday, April 3. All events are free and open to the public and will be held in room 168 of Wilson Hall. The symposium kicks off at 7 p.m. on Thursday, April 2, with a keynote lecture, "Sound Studies: The Sound of Economic Exchange," by Dr. Trevor Pinch. On Friday, April 3, Dr. Joy Calico and other guest presenters will participate in the Sound Studies Symposium Roundtable at 4:30 p.m. And, at 7 p.m., Dr. Jonathan Sterne will present the second keynote lecture, "In Search of Compression: What MP3s Can Teach Us about Sound, Hearing, Culture and Media in the Digital Age."

» UAH receives grant for colon cancer screening
The UAH Faculty/Staff Clinic recently received a grant from the Alabama Department of Health to screen employees for colon cancer. The screening test is FREE to employees. When UAH employees participate in the screening, or bring proof from their personal physician that a colonoscopy has been completed employees get a chance to win a $500 Target gift card. Colon screening kits may be picked-up at the UAH Faculty/Staff Clinic, in Wilson Hall Suite 327. Remember that your screening has to be complete by Friday, May 1, to be eligible for the prize drawing. For more information, please call the clinic at 256.824.2100. Click here to view poster

» The Community Garden Annual Plant Sale
The UAH Community Garden is having it's fourth annual Plant Sale April 16, 18, 19 and 25. Since the sale has been such a success in past years, we have significantly increased our selection and added two extra days of shopping. Plants may be purchased at the UAH Community Garden hoop house at the south end of the campus. Please see the following link for directions to the sale: Google Map Directions to the UAH Community Garden. Dates and times:
• Thursday  April 16:  noon - 6 p.m.
• Saturday  April 18:  9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
• Sunday  April 19: noon - 3 p.m.
• Saturday  April 25:  9 a.m. - 3 p.m.

» OSP Tidbit Thursday Video Viewing
The Office of Sponsored Programs (OSP) "Tidbit Thursday Video" second video on Government Property Management labeled What is Equipment?" is now available. The video may be viewed by clicking on the title or clicking "Tidbit Thursday Video," and then the title on the OSP website. If you have any questions after viewing the video please contact Felecia Troupe at 256. 824.2660.

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