Engineering Professional Development Seminar Series

The UAA College of Engineering welcomes all students and local engineers to a seminar series focused primarily on Civil Engineering topics. Each seminar qualifies for one hour of Professional Development.

Location: Engineering and Industry Building (2900 Spirit Dr), room 211.  Parking is FREE on Fridays!  Parking is available in the bookstore parking lot or across the street at the Health Sciences Building, with access to the EIB through the new pedestrian skybridge.

Time: Fridays from 11:45 am - 12:45 pm. Seminars will last one hour including Q&A.

Click here to join online.  (Recommend Google Chrome)

  • Conference ID: video.anchorage1
  • Conference PIN: 0045

For more information on the series, click here.

To join the mailing list, click here.

Full schedule coming soon...

Date Topic Presenter PDH eligible
2/12/16 Water and Sanitary Sewer Extension Impacts to Community Growth Brian Baus, P.E. - AWWU 1.0
2/19/16 Arctic Ports Dr. Andrew Metzger - UAA 1.0
2/26/16 Water/Wastewater Arctic Health Tom Hennessy - CDC
Tim Thomas - ANTHC
1.0
3/4/16Dam SafetyBen Wagner - DNR1.0
3/11/16Southeast Glacier MonitoringShad O'Neel - USGS1.0



Light refreshments will be provided from our sponsors ConocoPhillips Alaska and BP.

For additional information please contact Aaron Dotson at addotson@uaa.alaska.edu.

 

 

Structural Engineering Webinars

The Structural Engineers Association of Alaska (SEEAK) and UAA College of Engineering are hosting a series of webinars on structural engineering topics. Each webinar is worth 1.5 PDHs.

Location:  Engineering and Industry Building (2900 Spirit Dr), Room 217.  Parking is FREE on Fridays!  Parking is available in the bookstore parking lot or across the street at the Health Sciences Building, with access to the EIB through the new pedestrian skybridge.

Time: 9:00 am - 10:30 am on the dates listed below

Cost: Free for SEEAK members and UAA students ($10 for all others)

Click here for a printable schedule. 

Date Topic Presenter PDH eligible
2/23/16 Welded Connections: the Good, the Bad, the Ugly Duane K. Miller, Sc. D., P.E. 1.5
3/22/16 IBC Chapter 17: Special Inspections and Testing Chris Kimball, P.E., S.E. 1.5
4/5/16 Seismic Design of Special Reinforced Masonry Shear Walls Gregory R. Kingsley, Ph. D., P.E., Peng 1.5
4/28/16Fire Damage and Post-Fire Assessment of Structural Wood MembersBrian Kukay, Ph. D., P.E.

1.5

For additional information contact Scott Hamel at sehamel@uaa.alaska.edu.