When UAA skier Tuva Bygrave steps into her bindings at the World U23 World Championships in Whistler, B.C. later this month, she will be representing Australia, her father’s native country and the same country he represented on the world stage in the 1980s.
Podcast: Mobile Crisis Team and the future of mental health response
In this episode of Seawolf Voices, clinical psychology alumna Jennifer Pierce and fire service administration alumnus Michael Riley of the Anchorage Mobile Crisis Team talk about their respective backgrounds as a police officer and firefighter, what sets their program apart from other emergency first responders, and how they hope the program will continue to grow.
Mark your calendars: Giving Day 2023 is Feb. 22
Giving Day 2023 kicks off 49 hours of celebration and giving on Feb. 22. UAA, UAF, UAS and the UA Foundation are joining together and inviting the UA community to show their university pride, share posts, spread the word and give to the area they care about most.
Going the extra kilometer
Magnus Noroey came to Alaska from Norway in 2019 to study management and compete on the UAA ski team. The dual major in finance and management with a property management and real estate concentration has fully embraced his UAA experience.
New UAA Pride Center opened Jan. 17
Located in the Student Union, the Pride Center provides programs, services and events for LGBTQ members of the UAA community while serving as a visible space to explore gender identity and sexual orientation in a non-judgmental atmosphere.
Fall/winter 2022 edition of Alumni Spirit magazine now available
The latest issue of UAA’s premier publication highlights how the university is shaping the future, including stories featuring alumni leading the charge in some of the world’s trailblazing companies and industries.
Celebrating UAA's fall 2022 Meritorious and Honorary Degree recipients
On Wednesday, Dec. 14, the University of Alaska Anchorage honored individuals with the Meritorious Service Award and Honorary Degree during a special ceremony in advance of fall commencement.
Getting out of your comfort zone
Sociology graduate and UAA track and field standout Tylantiss Atlas will serve as UAA's fall’s commencement speaker.
Facing the future
Education was the furthest thing from a priority for Master of Public Administration alumnus Ryan Rivers, making his turn as fall 2022 graduate student speaker all the more inspiring.
Liquid earth: UAA researchers study earthquake models
By studying two sites in the Alaska Range near Tok struck by a 2002 earthquake, professor Joey Yang and graduate student Dave Eibert hope to develop new models that may help the Alaska Department of Transportation & Public Facilities better prepare for future earthquakes.