NEW Global+ Business Program

May 03, 2021

The UAH Global+ Business Program, a collaboration of the UAH College of Business, the Department of World Languages and Cultures, and the Global Studies Program, enables you to combine your degree in business with various degree options to obtain …


Russell Pope expands his love of history into an opportunity to study abroad in Israel

Dec 15, 2020

Student Spotlight

Russell Pope, a senior from Hazel Green, AL, is a History major with a minor in Ancient & Medieval Studies. In addition, he is earning a certificate in Global Engagement with a focus in Arabic and …


View of Morton Hall Renovations & new extension from across the quad.
Morton Hall reopens with 21st century panache, versatility

Sep 17, 2020

It’s a fact of life: change is inevitable. And Morton Hall has witnessed its fair share over the past six decades. The historic structure houses the College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences (CAHS) at the University of Alabama in …


¡Pura Vida!

Jul 06, 2017

In 2015, eleven UAH students spent four weeks in a study abroad program in Costa Rica …


Scholarship to study Arabic brings UAH history major closer to career goal

Sep 14, 2016

Adam Goodson already knows exactly what he wants to do when he graduates from UAH: serve in the Middle East as a member of the U.S. Army's Special Forces. That's why the senior history major spent this past summer in Meknes, Morocco, studying …


UAH 2016 Alumni of Achievement Award: Michael Slaton (BA FLIT '02)

Aug 08, 2016

Michael Slaton (BA, FLIT '02) made one of the most important decisions of his life in UAH Charger Cafe. "The decision I made in the university's cafeteria has had a profound impact on my career and …


By leaving home, UAH student finds deeper connection with family

Nov 04, 2015

It's not every young man in Kentucky who chooses to fulfill his high school's language requirement by taking German, but Louisville native Nate Long had something of a special connection. "The start of this story goes all the way back to 1896 …