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Study-abroad semester in Thailand helps UAH student “go with the flow”

In the past few months, Jenna Tischler has scaled the Bua Tong "Sticky" Waterfall, bonded with elephants at a rescue and rehabilitation center, taken part in a Buddhist ritual, and taught conversational English to Thai soldiers. It's not your …


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UAH student posters place at GEO-Huntsville Forum contest

Five projects were presented by students at UAH during a poster competition at the GEO-Energy Summit and Educational Forum 2014 at the U.S. Space & Rocket Center Nov …


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Community partners spread holiday cheer in gala celebration

As promised, Peace on Earth: A Gala Celebration of the Arts and Humanities proved to be this holiday season's can't-miss spectacular. Hosted by the College of Liberal Arts at The University of Alabama in Huntsville (UAH), the event took place at …


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"Peace on Earth" is the can’t-miss event of the season

Mark your calendars for the season's biggest holiday event! Peace on Earth: A Gala Celebration of the Arts and Humanities is returning to the Von Braun Center Concert Hall on Friday, Dec. 5, at 7:30 p.m …


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UAH to construct world-class recording studio in newly renovated recital hall

Alabama has long made a name for itself as the go-to destination for music recording thanks to Muscle Shoals' legendary sound studios. And now UAH plans to bolster the state's reputation with the construction of a world-class analog recording …


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UAH Chamber Choir joins HSO for unique video game concert

Students at UAH probably weren't expecting to sing music from their favorite video games when they auditioned for the UAH Chamber Choir this semester. But when the Huntsville Symphony Orchestra (HSO) invited them to perform in the Video Games …


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UAH Department of Foreign Languages hosts Multi-Media Center Grand Opening

Written by Joyce Anderson-Maples

On Monday, Sept. 22, UAH's Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures (located in the College of Liberal Arts) celebrated the grand opening of the Foreign Languages Multi-Media Center …


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Students uncover the past with UAH’s first archeology field school

This summer, history students at UAH took part in the first-ever historic archeology field school. A combination of classroom learning and practical experience, the course focused on an archeological site located on nearby Redstone …


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Deadline for undergraduate research program approaches

Undergraduate students at UAH have until Jan. 31 to apply for the 12th annual Expanding Horizons through Research Program, A Research or Creative Experience for Undergraduates (RCEU) summer …


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Ideals may play role in knowledge formation, professor’s research says

What changes mere belief into knowledge? Knowledge requires reasons, right? And we should have reasons for our reasons …


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