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Graduate student Xiaocan Li wins NASA fellowship

Xiaocan Li near an antenna array in New Mexico.

Xiaocan Li, a graduate student in the Dept. of Physics and the Center for Space Plasma and Aeronomic Research (CSPAR) at UAH, has been awarded a NASA Earth and Space Science Fellowship (NESSF) for the 2013-14 academic year.

His proposal was one of six awarded from a total of 37 heliophysics research applications NASA received. He recently concluded work as a summer intern at Los Alamos National Laboratory in New Mexico. Xiaocan Li works with his advisor, assistant professor of physics Dr. Gang Li, on particle acceleration mechanisms at solar flares. Solar flares are the most powerful radiation source in our solar system and understanding particle acceleration at solar flares has been a central topic of space plasma physics. Li is focusing on a chaotic magnetic field model and a 3-D magnetic reconnection model.

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UAH nursing professor, alumna named "Women Honoring Women" Honorees

Dr. Lori Lioce('98 BSN, '03 MSN, '06 FNPC) at left, was announced as one of the WEDC Foundation outstanding women of our community in the Health and Human Services /Education category by WEDC Foundation Board President Jeanie Glynn at the Westin Hotel, last week during a press conference. Lioce is a clinical assistant professor of nursing at UAH.

UAH College of Nursing's Lori Lioce ('98 BSN, '03 MSN, '06 FNPC), clinical assistant professor of nursing, and alumna Lynn Troy ('92 BSE ), president of Troy 7, Inc., have been named as WEDC Foundation "Women Honoring Women" 2013 Honorees.

The WEDC Foundation made the announcement last week, as the organization begins its annual Women Honoring Women (WHW) celebration. The 2013 WHW event "Our Time Has Come," will be held on Thursday, September 19 from 5:30 p.m., to 7:30 p.m., in the Von Braun Center North Hall. The award recognizes outstanding women of the community who have excelled in their fields of expertise, and in their efforts to help others to improve their quality of life.

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UAH partners with Adobe to bring cutting-edge technical communication software to students

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UAH is joining forces with Adobe Systems Inc. to give students pursuing a Graduate Certificate in Technical Communication a seriously competitive edge.

How? By providing them with free licenses for the fall semester to the Adobe Technical Communication Suite (TCS), which includes products like FrameMaker, RoboHelp, Captivate, Presenter, Illustrator, and Acrobat.

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Two UAH professors named associate deans of the College of Business Administration

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The College of Business Administration at UAH is pleased to announce the appointment of two of its faculty members to the position of Associate Dean.

Dr. Yeqing Bao, who currently serves as an Associate Professor of Marketing and Director of International Programs, will become the Associate Dean of Undergraduate & International Programs.

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UAH student follows passion, finds career

UAH Student Melissa “Birdie” Jones.

Melissa "Birdie" Jones has declared several majors over the years she has been attending UAH, all in the hopes of one day landing a high-paying job.

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Benita Hopkins named major gifts officer in University Advancement

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Benita Hopkins has been named major gifts officer in the division of UAH. She began her duties on June 12.

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Two new faculty members to join Department of Music this fall

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The Department of Music at UAH is pleased to welcome pianist Dr. Melody Ng and baritone Dr. Aaron Cain as Assistant Professors of Music beginning in August 2013.

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UAH's Lori Lioce named to The American Nurse editorial board

Lori Lioce, clinical assistant professor of nursing (DNP, CRNP, FNP-BC, CHSE), has been selected to serve on the Editorial Advisory Board of The American Nurse

UAH College of Nursing's Lori Lioce, clinical assistant professor of nursing (DNP, CRNP, FNP-BC, CHSE), has been selected to serve on the Editorial Advisory Board of The American Nurse, the official publication of the American Nurses Association.

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UAH’s first graduate with BFA in graphic design planned to go elsewhere, glad she didn’t

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"I grew up around here and went to Sparkman High School, and no one who lives here wants to stay here and go to school!" she says with a laugh. "You want to leave the nest. So I was dead set on going somewhere else."

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UAH students participate in prestigious HudsonAlpha internship program

Students and BioTrain interns Lauren Richter, Jana Whittle, Jennifer Thomas, and Charity Haggenmaker.

For eight weeks this summer, four students at UAH will be gaining valuable, real-world experience through the BioTrain internship program at the HudsonAlpha Institute for Biotechnology.

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