Mar
19

2010 – Richard A. Smith

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Richard Smith has just been accepted into the MA in Nonfiction Writing program at Johns Hopkins University.

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Mar
13

2009 – Grace Stapf

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Grace Stapf started a Master of Science in Computer Science at Loyola University-Maryland in the Fall of 2012.  She will also be joining the Navy’s Officer Candidate School.

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Mar
13

2012 – Sara Erdner – Communications

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Sara Erdner has been accepted into the Graduate Program in Communications at the University of Tennessee.  She will start her studies in the Fall of 2013 with a full-ride assistantship.

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Feb
28

1999 – Mary Beth Walker – My UAH Story

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Mary Beth Walker MA, English, 1999 Retired Past Executive Assistant to the President of UAHuntsville   This is my UAH story… I became a non-traditional student at UAHuntsville when I was a mid-career adult. My undergraduate days were spent at a very large public university in another state and my experience there was vastly different [...]

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Jan
31

1968 – Rebecca Rozelle Burt

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From http://www.prweb.com/releases/2013/1/prweb10309905.htm Mother Publishes Story of Her Daughter’s Battle Against Cancer in New Book Author Rebecca Rozelle Burt returns with a nonfiction work which traces a journey that transformed her life and may also transform the lives of others. Anniston, AL (PRWEB) January 10, 2013 — From Rebecca Rozelle Burt, author of Facing Bulls—a powerful [...]

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Dec
5

1993 – Tasia Malakasis

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Tasia Malakasis (BA, English ’93) an artisan cheesemaker and owner of Belle Chevre Fromagerie, released her first cookbook, “Tasia’s Table.”  Read more…  

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Dec
5

2008 – Betty Bolte

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Betty Bolte (MA, English ’08) recently released her new book, “Hometown Heroines.”  Read more…

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Oct
24

1972 – Joe Ritch

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE   CONTACT:  Emily Bates, Director of Marketing & Business Development Sirote & Permutt, P.C. 205-930-5442 ebates@sirote.com SIROTE ATTORNEY RECEIVES PRESIDENTIAL NOMINATION TO KEY ADMINISTRATION POST   BIRMINGHAM, Ala. –Sept. 27, 2012 – Joe H. Ritch, an attorney with Sirote & Permutt’s Huntsville office, has been nominated to serve on the Board of [...]

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Oct
4

1975 – Thomas Dial

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Tom Dial, BA Sociology 1975 (PhD Johns Hopkins 1986), retired on June 1, 2012, after 14 years as a researcher with the National Education Association in Washington, DC. Tom lives with his wife, Lucy Theilheimer, in Arlington, VA. He has three children and eight grandchildren, with a ninth grandchild expected in September. http://www.facebook.com/tom.dial  

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Oct
17

2010 – Sheila Fore-Williams

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Sheila Fore-Williams is employed at AAMU as an Academic Adviser.  She serves as an adviser to student from entry to the university until graduation.  She conducts pre-registration advising sessions for new and continuing students.  She teaches Survival Skills for University Life.  She develops and presents advising related workshops.  She engages in research and follow-up activities to evaluate the advising component. [...]

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