March 2014 Archive
Dissertation defense: 'Discharge planning from urban psychiatric facilities to rural communities using telehealth,' March 20
Third Annual UAA Talent Show, March 20
Student Union and Commuter Student Services presents the UAA Talent Show. Show off your skills and win fabulous prizes. All sorts of talents are welcome to participate, including dramatic monologue, stand-up comedy, musical performance, juggling, dance and poetry.
Think Tank with United Way: Solving chronic school absence, March 20
The Think Tank Series is an interactive community engagement experience. A visiting nonprofit agency will present a challenge or issue, then attendees will brainstorm solutions for the organization. Students, faculty, staff and community members: join us in assisting this agency by contributing your thoughts and ideas to the discussion.
Matanuska-Susitna College professors Cypher and Chang to retire in May
In May, Matanuska-Susitna College (MSC) will see the retirement of two distinguished long-time professors, Jack Cypher, who has served 16 years, and Professor Ping-Tung Chang, who has served 26 years. Read more about their many contributions to MSC.
'American Foreign Policy in Egypt' with Scott Hibbard, March 20
Scott Hibbard will discuss some aspects of religion in the Middle East and America's foreign policies. Hibbard is an associate professor at DePaul University, where he teaches courses on American foreign policy, Middle East politics and international relations.
ASL Bingo Day is March 22
The American Sign Language Club invites you to Bingo Day, featuring prizes, food and fun activities for all. Everyone is welcome to attend, regardless of ASL level. This is a no-voice, sign-only event.
Spring 2014: 'Women Judges: Are They Making A Difference?' with Chief Justice Dana Fabe
For this year's Legacy Lecture and as part of the William H. Seward Lecture Series, Alaska Supreme Court Chief Justice Dana Fabe will talk about women, politics and law.