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"Mike & Molly" creator visits UAH for theater workshop

This past Saturday, the Arts Council and the Theatre Department at UAH hosted the second annual Lee Deal Theatre Symposium, named for the late actor and Huntsville theater fixture Lee Deal. Funded by the Lee Deal Theatre Endowment and the …


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Shy people use Facebook longer but disclose less

It's not the person posting 10,000 pictures a week of their cat who's the big-time Facebook user, even if you might think …


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For one UAH student, it’s never too late to graduate

Tammy Jones always planned to get her college degree. She just didn't realize it would take her more than 20 years. Now, however, the rising senior at UAH is nearing the finish line of what has turned out to be a marathon …


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UAH introduces new Game Design & Development minor

Several graduates of The University of Alabama in Huntsville (UAH) have already gone on to work in the video game design industry, among them Charlotte Ellett and Falco Girgis. But there's no doubt that more will soon follow in their footsteps …


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UAH's professor "distinguished speaker" at legal writing conference

Dr. Clarke Rountree, Professor and Chair of the Department of Communication Arts at UAH, was the distinguished speaker at this year's Southeast Regional Legal Writing Conference held April 25-26 in Gulfport …


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UAH communication professor to edit series on rhetoric and law

Dr. Clarke Rountree is no stranger to publishing. The professor and chair of the Department of Communication Arts at UAH has already written five books and numerous articles. But now he's taking on another role: series editor of "Rhetoric, Law …


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UAH graduate student wins Three Minute Thesis competition with some help from Spider-Man

Trying to explain a complex scientific concept like lateral gene transfer in three minutes so that the average person can actually understand it is a task most of us wouldn't even consider undertaking. But not only did David Gray rise to that …


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UAH alumna – and Rockette – recalls balancing kick line with curriculum

When Huntsville native Mary Katherine Smartt Atnip headed to New York City to try out for the Radio City Rockettes in May of 2007, she wasn't expecting anything to come out of it. After all, she was just one of 800 dancers, almost all of whom …


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UAH student follows passion, finds career

Melissa "Birdie" Jones has declared several majors over the years she has been attending The University of Alabama in Huntsville (UAH), all in the hopes of one day landing a high-paying …


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Engineering student decides his future is in theater

Many college students know exactly what they want to be after they graduate, while others take their time deciding. And still others think they know before they realize their passion lies elsewhere. That's what happened to Tom Gray, a rising …


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