June 2014 Archive

Following draft furlough policy staff discussions


July 25-27, 2014: Local 'Start Up' Weekend offers free spots for UAA students


Student Spotlight: Jack Runser

Jack Runser

Cerebral palsy and deafness complicate his life, yet he pushes back against those challenges to enjoy family and friends, camp, kayak and shock public perceptions about the concept of disability. Meet Jack Runser.

Liberal arts majors' secret job weapon: Learning to code


Students in the experimental Learn 2 Code class heard about the strong demand for liberal arts majors with communication and coding skills—the Anchorage market is hungry for workers with these invaluable skills.

2014: Free summer food


UAA Student Activities is serving up cheap, delicious food all summer long. Take a break from working or studying to eat, socialize and enjoy the sun. Check out the schedule to learn where the food will be!

Cheers to a year painting beer

Scott Clendaniel

Beer, art and business blend together for Scott, who has worked as a full-time artist for nearly nine years. Together with his wife and business partner Maria, the duo are tackling their largest challenge to date. It’s a new year’s resolution with a following—release a new beer portrait every day for an entire year.

UAA Professor Jervette Ward selected as National Endowment for the Humanities Summer Scholar


Alumni of Distinction nomination period extended to July 18


Join Seawolves Think Pink at the Alaska Run for Women this Saturday, June 7


UA Board of Regents to meet in Gorsuch Commons June 5-6


June Archive