Alicia Rohan

Alicia Rohan

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Public Relations Manager, Traditional University Campus

arohan@uab.edu • (205) 975-7515

Leads external communications for units within the traditional university campus. Rohan and her team proactively reach out to the media to secure media hits telling the story of happenings on campus ranging from the arts to student stories, graduate and undergraduate research and beyond. The team works reactively to ensure appropriate experts are connected with media within their deadline.

Specific beats include: College of Arts and Sciences; biology; chemistry; psychology; physics; communication studies; sociology; social work; anthropology; Collat School of Business; School of Education; Bill L. Harbert Institute for Innovation and Entrepreneurship; Office of the Provost for Student and Faculty Success

Educational leadership and service exemplified by Dean Autumn Tooms-Cyprès, who recently received an international award.
Parade and pep rally set to celebrate UAB Football’s championship season.
UAB celebrates 50 years of success and shares a new vision to shape the next 50 years in Birmingham.
“We can’t solve this problem if we won’t even talk about it,” said Alabama-based scientist.

Student entrepreneurs pitch their business ventures to the Birmingham business community following a 10-week training program.

Questions about human aggression, violence and oppression are answered in a documentary featuring Douglas P. Fry, Ph.D.

The UAB Student Affiliates American Chemical Society is among the top 22 percent of all ACS undergraduate chapters in the nation.
A psychology professor discusses Alzheimer’s disease signs and  symptoms and the caregiving experience on television show “Second Opinion.”

Additional courses have been added to the Collat School of Business project management certificate program to help business professionals further succeed. 

Strategic hiring, support for faculty research and multidisciplinary collaboration propel UAB’s Department of Psychology to a 12 percent increase in federal funding.

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