Apr
10

1985 – Rhonda Roddy Smith

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I recently received my CRP. Certified Relocation Professional from ERC, Employee Relocation Council. I am the only one in the Huntsville area and was also recently appointed to the RDC, Relocation Directors Council.

Jan
8

2010 – Richard Allen Smith

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This month I graduated with my MA in Writing with concentration in Nonfiction from Johns Hopkins University.

Jan
8

2010 – Eric A. Guthrie

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I have recently achieved the status of Professional Engineer and am employed by Spectrum Solutions, Inc. in Huntsville, AL.

Dec
15

1974, 1976 – Dr. Timothy J. White

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Dr, Timothy J. White (MS, ’74; MAS, ’76) has been the Site Director of Florida Institute of Technology, Huntsville Site (Progress Center, Huntsville & Toftoy Hall, RSA) for over 7 years; concurrently, he has also been teaching graduate-level courses there for 22+ years.  His Huntsville Site has just started an on-site doctoral program (Doctor of Business Administration) tailored to the working professional who wishes to earn his DBA without interrupting his work schedule.  This DBA program is a resident on-site program at the Progress Center.

Nov
3

2010 – Glenn Nelson – My UAH Story

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Glenn Nelson

BA Communications 2010

Freelance Photographer

This is my UAH story…

I started UAH in 1995 as a young man who was nowhere near ready for college.  The UAH that many of you know today was not necessarily the same institution it has grown to be today.  After enjoying fraternity life (I became a member of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity Inc. in the Spring of 99) I decided to take a break to figure out what I wanted to do and ultimately returned in 2007 to finish my degree which I obtained in 2010.  I had many influences during this time period from such professors such as Dr. Rountree, Dr. Sonja Brown-Givens, and the late Dr. Johnson to name a few.  I was also lucky to meet the person who is now my wife!  I am certain that there are many students who attend the University who are just like me and I would say to them to never give up and always shoot or the stars…. I would stack my education up against any of the graduates here that attend USC, UCLA, etc.

Nov
3

1993 – Brian J. Wood

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Just started a new position at NTT Data, Inc. as a Windows Software Deployment Administrator; lives in Dallas, TX

Sep
4

2005 – Marty Sellers

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Marty Sellers (MS/MIS’05) is now an executive recruiter with Snelling Huntsville specializing in filling career opportunities within engineering, IT and technical organizations.

Jun
27

1994 – Anthony E. Green

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Anthony and his wife Joni Founded Five Stones Research Corporation in 2006.  Five Stones Research Corporation provides Engineering, Information Management and Logistic Services to the Department of Defense and other Federal Agencies.  5SRC is headquarted in Huntsville, AL and currently has over 90 employees.

Jun
26

1984 – Mark Crosswhite

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Mark Crosswhite (BA History ’84), President and CEO of Alabama Power Company, has been elected Chairman of the Economic Development Partnership of Alabama’s Board of Directors.  Read the full article at http://southerncompany.mediaroom.com/index.php?s=43&item=3147

Feb
28

1998, 2003, 2006 – Dr. Lori Lioce

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Press Release

Huntsville, Ala. (February, 2014) —The University of Alabama in Huntsville (UAH) College of Nursing’s Lori Lioce, simulation coordinator and clinical assistant professor of nursing (DNP, FNP-BC, CHSE, FAANP), has been selected to serve on the national Code of Ethics for Nurses Revision Panel: Steering Committee of the American Nurses Association.

The Steering committee is charged with a comprehensive process of review, analysis, revision, providing initial substantive critique and suggested modifications, creating open review process, and developing final recommendations. The Code of Ethics for Nurses was developed as a guide for carrying out nursing responsibilities in a manner consistent with quality in nursing care and the ethical obligations of the profession. The ethical standard established by the Code of Ethics is nonnegotiable. This means that the Code supports the nurse in a steadfast way across various settings and in a variety of nursing roles. This Code of Ethics is for all nurses it: reiterates the fundamental values and commitments of the nurse (provisions 1–3); identifies the boundaries of duty and loyalty (provisions 4–6); and describes the duties of the nurse that extend beyond individual patient encounters (provisions 7–9). The achievement of a true global awareness about the human condition and the needs for health care is one of the most important moral challenges of the 21st century and this Code beckons nurses toward such an awareness. This definitive code provides the guiding principles for professional nurses both nationally and internationally.

Lioce’s clinical experience includes family nurse practitioner primary and emergency care, and healthcare simulation education. Internationally she is one of 255 who holds a professional certification as a certified healthcare simulation educator (CHSE). Additionally she is a board certified family nurse practitioner (American Nurses Credentialing Center), advanced cardiac life support provider, and trauma nurse. Lioce received her BSN, MSN, and post-masters certificate as a family nurse practitioner from UAH. Additionally, she earned a Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) from Samford University Ida V. Moffet School of Nursing, and a certificate in simulation education from BryanLGH College of Health Science (Lincoln, Neb).

She currently serves as Vice-President of Operations for the International Nursing Association for Clinical Simulation & Learning. Lioce was recently selected for induction as a Fellow of the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners. The purpose of the AANP Fellows Program is to impact national and global health by engaging recognized nurse practitioner leaders who make outstanding contributions to clinical practice, research, education or policy. Lioce recently co-authored the international Standards of Best Practice: Simulation (2013) contributing to the advancement of the science of simulation education. Lioce’s special achievements and honors include selection as the 2013 Honoree for Health and Human Services and the 2013 Honoree for Education for the annual Madison County Women Honoring Women by the Women’s Economic Development Council (WEDC); the 2012 Living Legacy Award from Samford University Ida V. Moffett School of Nursing; multiple Commendations from the Alabama House of Representatives for Service; and the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners Alabama State Nurse Practitioner Advocacy Excellence Award.