October 2014 Archive

2014 UAA Campus Bookstore Pumpkin Carving Contest


Project defense: Christine Bailes, M.S. candidate in nursing science - Nov. 3, 2014


Enter myTRACK photo contest through Oct. 31, 2014 for chance to win Alaska Airlines tickets


Fall 2014: Faculty, RSVP for Graduate Degree Hooding and Commencement ceremonies


Aviation road trip

UAA's New P2006 Twin

Like any good road trip, UAA pilot Ash Burrill programmed the GPS, stopped at small town gas stations and found end-of-the-day motels to call it a night. But instead of a road-weary sedan or VW bus, he was flying UAA's newest plane back from Virginia on a five-day cross-continent trek through the clouds.

Debunking the myth of the 'model minority'


Three UAA professors, with undergraduate research help, surveyed Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders in Alaska to uncover their health care attitudes and information sources. Startling results—a depression rate of 60 percent for those surveyed—will lead to more study.

Helping refugees toward a new, safer life in Anchorage

Hari Kafle

An upcoming CCEL Think Tank seeks to find new ways to help refugees adjust to a place with a different language and different culture.

Raven's Nest track closed, Oct. 27–30


ENGAGE Week, Nov. 2–7


New agreement strengthens sexual assault prevention and victims' services


October Archive