Congratulations, Class of 2016!

This weekend, the University of Alaska Anchorage will award 1,350 degrees at spring commencement. Congratulations to the graduates as they receive their diplomas and join the ranks of nearly 50,000 Seawolf alumni.

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Congratulations, Class of 2016!
Choron Ryan

Student survey names top UAA faculty

Students who took a Mapworks survey nominated UAA teachers who helped them succeed in college—and Choron Ryan, Vara Allen-Jones and Kristin Bogue topped the list.

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ISER's Gunnar Knapp explains the budget gap in minutes

ISER's Gunnar Knapp explains the budget gap in minutes

Alaska budget discussions are complicated and often partisan. Economist Gunnar Knapp presents the details and sources for solutions in clear terms to help Alaskans figure out how to solve it. Better still, Knapp does it in a video shorter than 10 minutes.

 

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Alice Choi

'I want to make a personal connection with others'

Inspiration from her beloved grandparents guided Alice Choi toward a bachelor’s degree in biological sciences and motivated her to choose dentistry as her future career.

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Brandon Walker

'Basketball is my passion'

Former Seawolf standout Brandon Walker, B.A. '11, lives and breathes basketball year-round on the marketing team for Adidas (and he credits UAA's devoted fans for getting him to his "dream job").

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60% UAA graduates working in Alaska 5 years after graduation.
Winners of the 2016 UAA Dresser Cup

Two gymnasts score highest GPAs

Marie-Sophie Boggasch and Simone Penker won UAA's Dresser Cup for finishing UAA with 4.0 GPAs, Boggasch in professional piloting and Penker in natural sciences.

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Sharon Lind, CBPP professor who teaches about the Alaska Native corporation business model.

How will Alaska Native corporations change?

CBPP's Sharon Lind organized a panel on Alaska Native corporations at the recent Alaska Native Studies Conference. Researchers explored feedback on profit-sharing, expectations for corporate longevity and shareholder equality.

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