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Reality TV star, attorney Marshawn Evans to give talks at UAH in celebration of Women's History Month

Reality TV star, entertainment attorney, motivational speaker, and founder of ME Unlimited, Marshawn Evans will be the guest speaker for UAH's Women's History Month Celebration next …


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B. Yung one of the country’s leading spoken word artists to perform at UAH

Brook “B.” Yung, one of the country’s leading spoken word artists will perform on the campus of UAH Wednesday, Feb …


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Counterintelligence officer shares stories of espionage, and terrorism in "Rainy Street Stories" during UAH presentation

Language studies changed the life of John W. Davis, retired counterespionage investigator, linguist, and author of the top-selling book Rainy Street Stories: Reflections on Secret Wars, Espionage and Terrorism …


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UAH Honors College hosts 2015 ASCA Scholars Bowl Competition

The UAH Honors College will host the 2015 Alabama Scholastic Competition Association (ASCA) District High School Scholars Bowl on Friday, Feb. 13. This is the third consecutive year UAH has hosted the scholastic …


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Nationally recognized artist Tierney L. Malone visits UAH for Black History month

Tierney L. Malone, a nationally recognized visual artist, historian, poet and jazz DJ will visit UAH in February in celebration of Black History …


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14 get UAH New Faculty Research awards

Fourteen new tenure-track faculty members at UAH will share $127,213 in 2014-15 New Faculty Research (NFR) awards from UAH's Office of the Vice President for Research and Economic …


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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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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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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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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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