November 2013 Archive

Mat-Su College joins in the Great American Smokeout


UAA researcher involved in global IceCube Collaboration


UAA Associate Professor of Physics Katherine Rawlins, Ph.D., is part of the global IceCube Collaboration, which recently announced evidence of neutrinos––or subatomic particles––at a South Pole test site. Read about how Dr. Rawlins is contributing to the effort, and how IceCube is pushing neutrinos to the forefront of astronomy.

Operation ID: A new way to protect your valuables

Operation ID is a national crime prevention project designed to protect your valuables from theft. In communities where it has been properly implemented, Operation ID has resulted in dramatic reductions in theft. Find out how to use your WOLFCard number to protect your property.

Tuition waiver interest survey--complete by Nov. 27, 2013


Geological Sciences Candidate Lecture: Matt Reeves - Nov. 25, 2013


Anthropology Grad School Information Session, Nov. 22


Faculty Technology Center workshops, Nov. 25-27


Chancellor Case designates Nov. 21 UAA Smoke Free Day

Smoke Free Day

UAA joins community and statewide efforts to assist typhoon-ravaged Philippines

Typhoon Haiyan Prayer Vigil

Three UAA professors and their colleague, a state legislative aide, activated their Alaskero Partnership network to join in relief efforts to aid Philippine victims of Typhoon Haiyan, including a Friday night vigil in The Den.

Rasmuson Chair: A conversation with Todd Cherry

Rasmuson Chair Todd Cherry

What is experimental economics and why should you care? Let UAA's newest Rasmuson Chair give you the lowdown. Prepare to be intrigued.

November Archive