October 2014 Archive

Hispanic Heritage Month 2014: Our Stories Panel, Oct. 6

Recognizing Hispanic Heritage Month and the people who have and continue to greatly influence our past, present and future, the Our Stories Panel will offer UAA students, staff and faculty the opportunity to share about themselves, and allow our UAA community to gain insight into the thoughts, views and opinions of the Hispanic UAA community.

Professor Kathi Trawver overseeing grant to increase number of trained social work professionals serving Alaska’s youth


New school year, same high level of competitive success for Seawolf Debate 


USUAA candidacy packets due Oct. 10, 2014


Oct. 8-9, 2014: Lincoln Financial Advisors on campus


SOLD OUT – Bill Nye: A Science Lecture, Oct. 20


Bill Nye the Science Guy will speak at the West High School Auditorium Monday, Oct. 20, at 7:30 p.m. General admission tickets go on sale Friday, but students can buy tickets at a special pre-sale today, Oct. 2, from 12–2 p.m. in the UAA Student Union. Read more for additional information.

Oct. 23, 2014: Public debate on Alaska Ballot Measure 2 at the Bear Tooth

A nation-wide reconsideration of America’s drug policy is underway; November’s Ballot Measure 2 puts that consideration before Alaskans. Should we continue to treat marijuana as a criminal problem or do other models offer appealing alternatives? Come watch as debaters tackle the motion, "Alaskans should vote to legalize the production, sale and use of marijuana."

Archaeology Day 2014


Oct. 26, 2014: An afternoon of 20th century guitar chamber music


Kendall Hockey Classic, Oct. 10 and 11


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