February 2014 Archive

GSS will be closed midday Feb. 17

 

ISER Lunchtime Talk: 'Economic Development in the Norwegian Arctic,' Feb. 21

 

Sigma Sigma Sigma: Girls' Night In, Feb. 19

 

Sigma Sigma Sigma: 'Pearls are a Girl's Best Friend,' Feb. 20

Spring recruitment is here! Come meet the sisters of Sigma Sigma Sigma and learn what the sorority is all about.

Log in to UAOnline with your password beginning Feb. 17

The university is working to allow students, staff and faculty to use a single set of credentials for all online services. UAOnline is the latest online tool to join this movement...

Agreement steps it up for UA's Consolidated Alaska Mining Initiative

The University of Alaska and Yukon College have signed a memorandum of agreement that allows UA to train 20 First Nations students utilizing the Delta Mine Training Center in Interior Alaska.

Alumni Spotlight: Betty Bang, B.S. Nursing ’83, M.S. Nursing ’93

I Am UAA - Betty Bang

Burning health question? Family nurse practitioner and two-time alumna Betty Bang is here serving students on campus in the Student Health and Counseling Center and online fielding even your most embarrassing questions as Ask Betty.

A dedicated space for alumni, UAA’s new Alumni Center

New Alumni Center

UAA alumni now have a dedicated home on Main Street UAA. The new Alumni Center at UAA, between the UAA/APU Consortium Library entrance and Kaladi Brothers Coffee, opened its doors today.

Bringing the tables of Istanbul to the screen

Zeynep Kilic

Turkey is in the throes of a food revolution. Dr. Zeynep Kilic, an assistant professor of sociology, has just launched new research to examine the changing landscape of food in Istanbul. She'll begin shooting a documentary this summer.

Creating a compassionate space

Maria Bonifacio

UAA is becoming a more welcoming place for gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender students, thanks to the efforts of SafeZone. Its trainer, Maria Bonifacio, recently won an ACPA public service award for her work in creating compassion on campus and in the Anchorage community.

February Archive