2011 Constitution Week at UAA
UAA encouraged students to engage during the 2011 Constitution Week Activities by including a drawing for a chance to win prizes such as: a Tuition Waiver, Event Tickets, Copies of the Constitution, and Gift Certificates.
Students entered the drawings by:
Quotes from Students who Participated
"So important that folks know what their constitution actually says. This is a great way to help get information and knowledge out there."
"it was a great and interactive way to learn something!"
Events September 17-23
Saturday September 17
7:30pm in CPISB 120 "The Federalists Understanding of the Constitution" with Speaker: Dr. John S. Baker, LSU Law School
Monday September 19
12:00pm -1:00 pm in RH 108 Brown Bag Discussion "Native Americans and the US Constitution" in Rasmuson Hall 108 Facilitated by Willy Templeton of Native Student Services
Tuesday September 205:00pm-7:00pm in the UAA Bookstore “When Your Computer Knows What You Are Looking At: Eye Tracking Technology and its Applications in Information Security” presented by Bogdan Hoanca and Kenrick Mock. This event is sponsored with the Mathematical Sciences Department.
Wednesday September 21
11:30am to 3:00pm in the Student Union for Music with Voter Registration and Interactive Activity
Thursday September 22
4:00pm to 5:30pm in the South Cafeteria of the Student Union - Community conversation within Hispanic Heritage month addressing identity, heritage, and culture with discussion of The Dream Act
Friday September 23
7:00pm to 8:30pm in the North Cafeteria of the Student Union - Panel Discussion "Gay in AK: LGBT Equality in Anchorage and the State" with representatives from the Alaska Civil Liberties Union, One Anchorage, as well as UAA Faculty and Students.
September 23-October 1