November 2014 Archive

Fall 2014: Design a new logo for the Pacific Rim Conference


UAA Campus Bookstore will be open during Saturday's Crafts Fair


Alaska Airlines Center firm awarded Excellence in Construction Award


Nov. 25, 2014: 'The Ecology and Evolution of Life Histories in the Sea'

The Department of Biological Sciences has completed the search process for the position of assistant professor in quantitative biology and would like to invite you to a series of presentations given by the candidates in order to introduce you to their work and what they will have to offer UAA. The department is pleased to invite you to the second presentation, given by Holly K. Kindsvater, Ph.D., on Nov. 25 at 10:30 a.m. in LIB 307.

Stay current on construction and maintenance impacts around campus


UAA helps recycle more than 7,000 pounds of electronics


Kseniya Melnik presents 'Snow in May,' Dec. 22


Read more for the complete list of events happening at the UAA Campus Bookstore this December. Topics include circumpolar health, geovisualization, life in a Madagascar prison, lost villages of the Aleutians and more. All bookstore events are informal, free and open to the public.

Apply for $avvy $eawolf tuition award by Dec. 10


Students bring Iceland to Anchorage


Nordik Language Klub meets twice a week to learn Norwegian and Icelandic language. Their meetings are open to the community and draw a rotating crew of students, alumni and Anchorage neighbors (and even the occasional international ambassador) to UAA.

Learning from the smallest kids on campus

Tanaina Child Development Center

Tanaina Child Development Center has been an Anchorage campus fixture since 1979, but they're not just helping kiddos learn. By partnering with the College of Education, they're boosting faculty research and helping a new generation of early childhood educators gain experience.

November Archive