May 2014 Archive

June 18, 2014: Attend webinar to learn dynamic strategies for sharing assessment data


June 21, 2014: First-aid volunteers needed for Mayor's Marathon


UA Press releases new children's book, 'Ollie's First Year'


June 2014: Additional on-campus biometric screenings scheduled


UA Foundation fiscal year-end procedures for 2014


UAA and Willamette University College of Law partner to offer accelerated “3+3 program”

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UAA and Willamette University College of Law, located in Salem, Ore., have partnered to offer a new "3+3" program that will allow Alaska students to complete a bachelor's degree and a law degree in six years, rather than the usual seven.

Fighting the pandemic wars from a virology lab at UAA

Robert Robl

As the world's population blows past seven billion, UAA molecular biologist Eric Bortz says we can expect more infectious outbreaks, epidemics and pandemics. Bortz and a group of undergraduates are working to better understand how some viruses manage to evade our immune system.

Q&A with Shannon L. Brown


Shannon L. Brown has been writing since her student days, when she helped launch the campus newspaper. After a long career writing for various magazines, she recently published her first book, a children's mystery novel called 'The Feather Chase.'

Faculty Spotlight: Dr. Stephen J. Langdon

Award Dinner

Professor Steve Langdon was named professor emeritus at this year's commencement ceremony. There are many more projects in the hopper before this anthropologist truly retires, though.

Spring 2014: UAA Campus Bookstore, UC Bookstore and UAA Perk will be closed for year-end inventory

The UAA Campus Bookstore, University Center Bookstore and UAA Perk will be closed Thursday, June 26-Monday, June 30, to conduct physical year-end inventory. Regular hours (8:30 a.m.-6 p.m.) will resume Tuesday, July 1.

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