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Northrop Grumman Corp. gift will assist UAHuntsville engineering education efforts

Vice President and Corporate Lead Executive for Northrop Grumman in Huntsville, Retired Lt. General Kevin Campbell provides a $4,000 check to UAHuntsville for the university's engineering education efforts. Posing with Campell are UAHuntsville engineering students and local high school students interested in the engineering field.Northrop Grumman Corp. provided a $4,000 gift to The University of Alabama in Huntsville for engineering education.

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UAHuntsville gets an A+ when it comes to fitness

UAHuntsville can add another feather to its hat: the university gets an “A+” for the campus fitness initiative Just Move It.

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UAH hurricane "chasers" set up in Louisiana

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A team of students and scientists from UAHuntsville has its instruments on site in Louisiana, ready to collect data...

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UAHuntsville breaks ground on student life center


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A former student, a current student and a future student at UAHuntsville broke ground today on Charger Union, the new student life center scheduled to be constructed in the center of the university’s campus.

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Judith McFarlane globally recognized nursing educator, and researcher to lecture at UAHuntsville

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Judith McFarlane, a nationally recognized nurse educator and global advocate for preventing violence against women and children, will give two lectures next month at The University of Alabama in Huntsville (UAHuntsville)

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UAHuntsville students receive Alabama Space Grant Consortium Fellowships and Scholarships

Six students at UAHuntsville were recently awarded NASA funded Alabama Space Grant Consortium Fellowships and Scholarships. The Alabama Space Grant Consortium (ASGC), is a member of the NASA National Space Grant College and Fellowship Program. In Alabama, more than $500,000 is awarded in Space Grant Scholarships and Fellowships each year. 

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UAHuntsville students testing miniature satellite in a microgravity environment

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Next week, seven students from The University of Alabama in Huntsville will fly to NASA’s Johnson Space Center in Houston to test their miniature satellite in a microgravity environment. But that flight will be tame compared to what they will experience as they find out how strong their stomachs are on multiple flights aboard NASA’s “Vomit Comet.”

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UAHuntsville College of Nursing to host continuing education seminar featuring multiple topics

UAHuntsville College of Nursing and the nursing/medical community of North Alabama have partnered to present CE Saturday on August 25.

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UAHuntsville holds second annual Latino/Latina Summer Institute

The University of Alabama in Huntsville this week will host the second annual Latino/Latina Summer Institute. On Friday, July 20, students will participate in a graduation ceremony.

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America Reads/America Counts celebrates 10 years at UAHuntsville

The America Reads/ America Counts Program, a national grassroots literacy campaign will soon celebrate 10 successful years at UAHuntsville.

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