March 2014 Archive

Congratulations to 'Employee of the Quarter' Les Secrest

 

UAA Professor Ryan Harrod's research on violence against women highlighted by 'Alaska Dispatch'

 

Submit comments and feedback regarding proposed People Mover service changes

 

2014 Alaska Native Oratory Society

The Alaska Native Oratory Society (AkNOS) is a non-competitive gathering of students from around the state to share stories, songs and address issues meaningful to them.

Judo and Jiu Jitsu Club meets every Monday

Interested in Judo and Jiu Jitsu? Join Sensei Jacob Dempsey, certified instructor and second-degree black belt, every Monday this semester for a lesson on the techniques and self-defense methods of Judo and Jiu Jitsu.

2014 Municipality of Anchorage elections

Municipal elections are Tuesday, April 1, and it is easy for all UAA faculty, staff and students to vote. Just drop by the Student Union and vote between classes, at lunch or before you head home. Visit the Municipality of Anchorage's website for more information on this year's election.

Chronicles of Yarnia meets every Tuesday through April

 

April 4-6, 2014: Alaska World Music Festival

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Enjoy a weekend of music from Alaska and beyond at the Alaska World Music Festival. Read on for the complete schedule, which includes concerts, lectures, workshops and more.

Suicide Prevention Training Opportunity - April 10, 2014

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UAA Integrated Suicide Prevention Initiative (UAA-ISPI) offers suicide prevention training for students to help them recognize suicide risk and feel confident intervening with someone who may be suicidal.

Encourage undergraduates to take 2014 EDUCAUSE Student IT Survey