July 2013 Archive

CTC's Culinary Boot Camps help children cook up a healthy future

Students in CTC's summer Culinary and Bakery Boot Camps have been busy learning kitchen safety and sanitation practices, how to read a recipe and use cooking techniques, as well as how to make yummy dishes such as hummus with vegetable crudité and mouth-watering baked goods such as muffins and scones.

New traffic pattern near WFSC and bookstore

New one-way traffic pattern in the South Lot for the remainder of the summer.

Student Spotlight: TNL Executive Editor Ashley Snyder


Meet The Northern Light's new executive editor, Ashley Snyder. And bear in mind, she practices kung fu.

ANSEP receives $5 million award from Rasmuson Foundation

The Rasmuson Foundation Board of Directors announced on July 15 that the Alaska Native Science and Engineering Program (ANSEP) will receive a $5 million award over five years as part of the Foundation's Tier 2 grant program. UAA will match the Rasmuson Foundation award with increased program support that will reach $1 million annually after year five to help institutionalize and sustain ANSEP's award-winning components.

VALIC at UAA, July 24 and 25

Looking forward to an enjoyable retirement? Come learn the latest ideas and strategies to help grow your retirement assets and plan a successful retirement. On July 24 and 25, Daniel Crumpacker will present a seminar on how to plan and enjoy a comfortable retirement.

Fidelity on campus, Aug. 1 and 2

Fidelity will have a consultant on campus Aug. 1 and 2 to help with your financial planning for retirement. One-on-one meetings are available. To schedule an appointment, please call (800) 343-0860 or use the online reservation tool.

Residence Life announces two new residence coordinators

The Department of Residence Life and University Housing welcomes two new residence coordinators to UAA's on-campus living community this summer: Dion Crommarty and Ryan Hill. Read on to learn more about their upcoming roles in the residential community.

Notice: Changes to UA procurement dollar thresholds

Effective immediately, due to a change in state legislation, all procurement dollar thresholds for UAA expenditures have been increased as follows...

Seawolves at the ballpark


Thirty-eight UAA alums joined Chancellor Case and Assistant Vice Chancellor for Alumni Relations Rachel Morse for a Seattle Mariners game at Safeco Field on Saturday, July 13.

Enrollment Services will be closed July 19

Enrollment Services will be closed all day on Friday, July 19, for National Standards Training. All services related to Financial Aid, Admissions, Records and Registration will be unavailable during that time.

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