UAA student and legislative intern Trevor Gutierrez describes his anticipation and worry over landing a good opportunity in Juneau. He found it in Sen. Lesil McGuire's office, and set about getting to know the state capital.
February 2015 Archive
Postcards Home: Legislative intern Trevor Gutierrez has a moment of panic before the real work begins
Matanuska Glacier converted into UAA classroom
For physical education students at UAA, all of Alaska becomes your epic outdoor classroom. Students enrolled in beginning ice climbing spent a recent weekend at Matanuska Glacier on a two-day field trip. See what a day in class looks like for the Health, Physical Education and Recreation Department at UAA.
Former Seawolf star David Registe racked up accolades as a long jumper at UAA, even winning the program's first national championship. Now he's a professional athlete, fully focused on long jumping as he represents his parents' homeland of Dominica on the international track and field stage.
UAA will use its mission-alignment review to inform looming tough budget choices
Eighteen months ago UAA embarked on a thorough self-assessment, called the prioritization process. Two task forces evaluated hundreds of academic programs and support functions according to their alignment to UAA's mission. Now campus leaders say the report will inform tough decisions forced by looming state budget cuts.
UAA Professor Marny Rivera awarded competitive grant to evaluate chronic inebriate anti-recidivism treatment program
'Forgotten Survivors,' a drawing project and photographs by John Halaka, at the Kimura Gallery through March 6, 2015