March 2014 Archive
Sun is shining but walkways are icy—stay safe and remember your cleats
Safety reminder: These beautiful sunny spring days are nice, but this is also the time of year we have rapid successions of freeze/thaw. This makes walking surfaces deceptively slippery. Please remember to wear appropriate footwear and use your traction devices.
Ryan Bergerson becomes eighth UAA student to win Congress-Bundestag Scholarship
Ryan Bergerson, a civil engineering major and German minor, was recently awarded the 2014-15 Congress-Bundestag Scholarship. Bergerson is the eighth UAA recipient of this prestigious scholarship, which provides for a year of study and internship in Germany.
Professor Paul Dunscomb publishes new book, 'Japan Since 1945'
Paul Dunscomb's new book, Japan Since 1945, will be released at the Association for Asian Studies National Conference in Philadelphia, March 27-30. The book is part of the Association's Key Issues in Asian Studies series and examines the principal developments in Japanese politics, economics, society and foreign policy since 1945, as well as the question of why, despite all the changes that Japan has undergone since that time, it has not yet escaped the designation "postwar."
Ninth Annual Undergraduate Philosophy Conference: 'Living Ethically in the Global World,' March 27-29
'Generations at Risk: Toxic Chemicals and Effects on Children, Reproductive Health and Future Generations' with Dr. Tracey Woodruff, March 25
Paying it ForUAArd: Alumni offer advice to graduating students, April 3 and 17
Students are invited to the complimentary Senior Lecture Series, hosted by the UAA Alumni Association and Career Services Center. The lectures are a great opportunity for students to meet with alumni and get tips for post-graduation success. Read on for a schedule of upcoming lectures.