Betty Bolte (MA, English ’08) recently released her new book, “Hometown Heroines.” Read more…
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONTACT: Emily Bates, Director of Marketing & Business Development Sirote & Permutt, P.C. 205-930-5442 firstname.lastname@example.org 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 [...]
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
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. [...]
Glenn Nelson graduate in 2010 and is working at YNN Television as a Media Coordinator. He is working in Albany, New York.
Lauren Jones is pursuing her doctoral degree at Mississippi State University.
Donna is employed by Fort Scott Community College in Fort Scott, Kansas. She is the Dean of Instruction and Chief Academic Officer in charge of Instruction there.
Carey Link’s chapbook “What It Means to Climb a Tree” will be published by Finishing Line Press in October of 2011.
On Feb. 18, 2011, I celebrated my 20th year working at Marshall Fight Center. I have worked as a programmer, website developer, server administator and currently as a Senior Database Administrator employed by Dynetics Technical Services . I administrate database servers for materials test information for NASA.
Valerie (B.A.History), a retired UAHuntsville employee, participated in an invited talk at the Rabbit Hill Festival of Literature in Westport, CT, in October 2010. She has been assisting University of Madison-Wisconsin PhD candidate, Sharon McQueen, with research for her thesis by providing family documents and memorabilia relating to one of the research subjects, Robert Lawson. [...]