March 2015 Archive

Will climate change lead to human violence or cooperation?

Ryan Harrod

Ryan Harrod co-authored a new book that considers how ancient humans dealt with climate change. Despite the latest "Mad Max" movie, Harrod says plenty of evidence points to cooperative networking, shared resources and migration as survival strategies.

'They show it to you, teach it to you, until it's in your mind'

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The March 27 Urban & Rural in Alaska conference is bringing together students, faculty and community partners like Alaska Literacy Program, to discover innovative new ways to boost immigrants, the homeless and others who need help.

A career in service at Service High

Adam Ahonen

Adam Ahonen—or Mr. A, as he's known in the halls of Service High School—has built an impressive program over the past decade, using the entire city of Anchorage as a giant active classroom to prepare his special needs students for success and independence.

SOLD OUT: Garfunkel and Oates bring musical comedy to the Wendy April 24


2015 UAA Faculty Research & Creative Activity Showcase


Make tracks to your eWolf identity!


Spring 2015: CTC tuition waiver application period now open

The Community & Technical College (CTC) awards a limited number of tuition waivers each year in support of student success. The focus of the tuition waiver program is to assist qualified students who are close to completing certificates or degrees. Read more for additional information, including how to apply.

Present at the 2015 Behavioral Sciences Conference of the North; proposal deadline extended to April 1


Student Health and Counseling Center will be temporarily closed March 26, 2015


Jason Burkhead presents 'Copper is a precious metal: essential and dangerous for over two billion years,' March 27


March Archive