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

Undergraduate research students from across the country competed in UAB’s Summer Research Expo in July.
A UAB female student-athlete has been named a finalist for the NCAA Woman of the Year Award, recognizing her academic, athletic, leadership and community service success.
English language learners in the Greater Birmingham area are invited to take free classes to enhance their conversational skills at UAB.
The National Society of Accountants for Cooperatives awarded Frank Messina, DBA, with the Silver Bowl, a lifetime achievement award.
An anti-aging cosmeceutical and pharmaceutical company launches startup in Birmingham, Alabama, with a national leadership team.
Finding balance through intentional movement can open a child’s eyes to a world of possibilities.
Diet matters when it comes to depression. Teens who have a high-sodium, low-potassium diet are at a higher risk of depression.
The Project Management Certification shifts its focus toward collaboration and flexibility to adapt to an ever-changing world of business.
A Collat School of Business student has been recognized as a PCAOB Scholar.
Learning the effects of climate change through science and language can help students understand their role in the environment.
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