July 2014 Archive

Mark Trahant returns as UAA’s Atwood Chair of Journalism for second year

Mark Trahant will return to the University of Alaska Anchorage as the Atwood Chair of Journalism, a prestigious position that invites nationally known journalists to teach courses and reach out to the Alaska public.

'Campus Technology' interviews UAA's Paul Wasko about new e-portfolios initiative

 

2014 GCI Great Alaska Shootout pairings, TV games announced

 

2014 Japanese Summer Festival

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The annual Japanese Summer Festival is a cultural celebration. Enjoy live music, taiko drumming, Japanese cuisine, athletic events, martial arts exhibitions, cultural demonstrations, carnival games, contests and prizes, plus a karaoke contest.

Summer 2014: Notice regarding personal holidays and Annual Leave Cash-in

 

Social Media Brown Bag Lunch - July 16, 2014

 

UAA Della Keats summer program preps teens for health care careers

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Erik Sheldon's mother died four years ago, sending his life into chaos. He found help, graduated as his high school's valedictorian and, thanks to UAA's Della Keats Health Sciences Summer Program, is working toward a new goal: becoming a surgeon.

Q&A with Jo-Ann Mapson

Jo-Ann Mapson

Faculty author Jo-Ann Mapson has just published her 12th novel. Get a sneak peek at the book and learn what inspires her to include exceptional canine companions in her work.

An art-inspired homecoming

'Assemblage and Inquiry'

Two artists with UAA ties—one a photography alumna and one a former ceramics professor—traveled back to Anchorage for the first time in 19 years to see their ceramic tile landscape installed in the Natural Sciences Building.

Alumni Spotlight: Tim Coe

I AM UAA: Tim Coe

After a low-income childhood where the McDonald’s drive-thru seemed like an out-of-reach luxury, Tim now oversees budgets of up to $80 million as a project engineer.