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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's Distinguished Speaker Series presents noted philosopher Phyllis Rooney

Noted feminist philosopher Phyllis A. Rooney, will be the guest speaker for UAH's Distinguished Speaker Series on Friday, Aug …


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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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UAH's Eletra Gilchrist-Petty examines the Dark Side of Communication in new book

Eletra S. Gilchrist-Petty, Associate Professor of Communication Arts at UAH said because dark side behaviors pervade human communication on every level, it was necessary to write the book Contexts of the Dark Side of Communication. She noted …


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UAH nursing student achieves academic, career success using non-traditional path

For Emily Cornelison the traditional path of earning a college degree, then getting a job was a turn off. A university SOTA (Student Over The Traditional Age), and Ardmore High School (Tennessee) honors student, Cornelison eventually gained …


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Service-learning course adds depth to UAH students’ understanding of poverty

Service-learning classes combine classroom curriculum with practical experience, ensuring that students not only learn academic theory but also its real-world application. Such is the case with "Understanding Poverty in the U.S.," a …


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UAH Honors College Newsletter - Issue 3

Read about the latest developments at the UAH Honors College in the spring 2016 issue of our …


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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Honors College looks ahead to continued growth and success

Growth, consolidation, success. These are the words that Dr. William Wilkerson, Dean of the Honors College at UAH, says he feels best describes the current state of the College as it closes in on its second year in …


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UAH alumna Rebecca Savage-Owens' English students excel in state poetry contests

The Poetry Out Loud workshop and competition hosted at UAH has been a "Godsend," said teacher and alumna Rebecca Savage-Owens ('09, MA, English). An English teacher at New Century Technology High School, Savage-Owens' student Raina Versa, a …


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