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Joy Demmert named interim ANROP coordinator

by Michelle Saport  |   

The Departments of Residence Life and University Housing are pleased to welcome Joy Demmert to UAA's On-Campus Living community this semester.

Joy Demmert is a UAA graduate, originally from Ketchikan. She will serve as the interim coordinator for the Alaska Native & Rural Outreach Program (ANROP) and Cama-i Room through Dec. 20. Karla Booth will return to her position Jan. 6, 2014. The Cama-i Room is a social gathering place and study center for all UAA students. Cama-i Room programs and activities celebrate Alaska Native, Native American and Alaskan cultures. Cama-i (pronounced Cha-my) is a Yupik and Alutiiq word for "welcome" and "hello" and encompasses the spirit in which this room was created.

Please join us in welcoming Joy back to UAA.

For more information about the Cama-i Room, the ANROP program or Residence Life, please visit the On-Campus Living website.

Joy can be reached at (907) 751-7452 or jndemmert@uaa.alaska.edu.

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