Never too young to start: a teenager’s passion for history

May 05, 2022

An interview with Vishal Rameshbabu - by Dr. Andrei Gandila, UAH Associate Professor of History 

At 10 years old Vishal took his first college-level class, Honors 103 – World History to 1500. He earned an A in that class. To be fair, he …

UAH Communication Arts student Jordan Clavon interviews students in the UAH Choir during his WLRH internship

Mar 25, 2022

The Department of Communication Arts and The Department of Music at The University of Alabama in Huntsville (UAH) was recently featured in an Audio Postcard on WLRH 89.3 FM/HD. Jordan Clavon, a junior communication arts major, has been completing …

Dr. Daniel Schenker
English Associate Professor Emeritus Daniel Schenker publishes a new book “Confessions of a Marrano Rocketeer.”

Mar 04, 2022

Dr. Daniel Schenker,  Associate Professor Emeritus of The University of Alabama in Huntsville English Department, has released Confessions of a Marrano Rocketeer, published by Black Rose Writing. This historical novel follows a young man’s …

Dr. Clarke Rountree featured on the Dallas Morning News for insight on Former President Bush

Sep 10, 2021

Dr. Clarke Rountree, Professor Emeritus in the Communication Arts Department at The University of Alabama in Huntsville, is featured in Todd Gillman’s recent article entitled “Bush’s post-9/11 choices reverberate 20 years later, in …

BLOG: Finding your Study System

Aug 31, 2021

Hey guys! Fall is almost here! (I would say fall’s in the air, but I’d be lying.) Going into the semester, we here at the UAH College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences want to share some tips for what will be your best semester yet …

Students and Faculty present at the 10th annual Alabama Communication Association Conference

Aug 11, 2021

The Communication Arts Department at The University of Alabama in Huntsville (UAH), a part of The University of Alabama System, is pleased to announce their student and faculty presentations and awards at the 10th annual Alabama Communication …

Dr. Candice Lanius, top, and from left, Dr. William “Ivey”                         MacKenzie and Dr. Ryan Weber.
Flagging coronavirus misinformation tweets changes user behaviors, new research shows

Mar 29, 2021

When Twitter flags tweets containing coronavirus misinformation, that really does affect the degree of validity most people ascribe to those messages, says new research based on a novel branching survey by three professors at The University of …

Amber Hinton
Amber Hinton, communication arts major, successfully navigated a political internship during a pandemic

Mar 09, 2021

Navigating your first internship can be a huge learning opportunity; combine that with it being an election year during a global pandemic, you have more than a resume bullet.  Amber Hinton, junior communication arts major, did just that as a …

Tips for Campus Connection and Online Classes During a Pandemic

Jan 28, 2021

Navigating college can be daunting during a pandemic. Having a connection to campus, whether virtually or socially distant and engaging in your online classes, is crucial to maintaining the college experience! Here are six tips to help you stay …

Psychology Alumni News

Jan 21, 2021

Congratulations to our Psychology Alumni! Baylee Jenkins (‘20 M.A. Psychology) 

Baylee Jenkins (‘20 M.A …