March 2015 Archive
March 5, 2015: Cabin Fever Debates Final
Please join us tonight at 7 p.m. in ARTS 150 for the final round of the Cabin Fever Debates, UAA's intramural debating tournament. The motion for the debate will be: "The United States Federal Government should apply a wilderness area designation to the coastal plain of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge."
What I Did With My Biological Sciences Degree Seminar Series: 'Adventures of a Marine Biologist' - March 19, 2015
The Biological Sciences Community Advisory Board welcomes Sue Ban, principal consultant for ENVIRON International Corporation, as the speaker for the second What I Did With My Biological Sciences Degree Seminar Series talk of the semester on Friday, March 19. Read more to learn about Sue's upcoming presentation.
'I like lights, sirens, helping people'
UAA Mat-Su College's paramedicine program is using an expanded space, donated ambulance and new simulation tools to enhance its academic core and help students establish what will be lifesaving careers.
"That is not going to work with France"
250 students + 47 nations + an Ebola crisis, Gandalf and the World Bank? It could only be Model UN. From Feb. 26-28, UAA hosted high school students from across the state for the 33rd annual conference, transforming west campus into a simulated United Nations compound for the weekend.