June 2014 Archive

Farewell party for David Murdoch - July 2, 2014

Please join Student Union & Commuter Student Services for a reception in David Murdoch's honor to say thank you and farewell as he transitions from Alaska to Nebraska.

Parking Services and GSS closing early July 2, 2014


Fall 2014: Residence Life's new Veterans Living Community accepting applications for nine openings


Seawolf debater Matt Ostrander wins 2014 Global Debate and Public Policy Challenge in Budapest


UAA Campus Bookstore, UC Bookstore and UAA Perk will be closed July 3 and 4


July 2014: Rent gear for a week for the price of a weekend


June 2014 'Statewide Voice' now available online


Save the date: Faculty and Staff Convocation is Aug. 21


Special July Fourth barbecue (on July 1, 2014)

Celebrate the Fourth of July at a special barbecue ahead of the long holiday weekend. Enjoy burgers, hot dogs, sausage dogs, vegetables and many desserts, as well as the chance to win America-themed door prizes. Food is free for students, $1 for faculty/staff and $2 for the general public.

Scott Goldsmith presents workshop on model used for oil tax analysis, June 27


Scott Goldsmith, professor emeritus of economics at ISER, will host a workshop, open to the public, to explain the revenue-generation model he used in his recent analysis of future revenues under the state's old method of taxing oil production, called ACES, and the new method that went into effect in January, known as SB 21 or MAPA. This will be a technical analysis of the model, and not a general discussion of the two production tax systems.

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