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Read more about UAA employees who are also university donors.
Jens and LeeAnn Munk
Jens and LeeAnn Munk have been professors at UAA for 13 years and donors to the university for nearly as long, supporting programs that mean the most to them. They see their donations as a way to give back to the next generation of students.
Eric Pedersen, Associate Vice Chancellor of Enrollment Services, has the opportunity to see how a culture of giving is changing the landscape of UAA every day.
When Professor Jeff Hoffman saw a need for support in the engineering program, he and his wife Julie chose to take action. Their donation established the Engineering Tutoring Center, where underclassman can go for academic support and to connect with faculty and upperclassmen.
Maria Williams has seen first-hand the impact of private giving on her program and in the lives of her students. She gives back to UAA because the university is more than just a workplace; it's a community of educators working together to build better lives for our students, and a better future for our state.
Jacob Taylor has a strong belief in helping our students succeed. As an alumnus, veteran, employee and MBA candidate, he gives back to the university out of pride for where we are now and where we will be in the future.