April 2015 Archive

April 10, 2015: Celebrate students at Phi Theta Kappa honor society induction ceremony

 

CCEL announces recipients of 2015 Dr. Alex Hills Engineering and Civic Engagement Award

 

2015 Financial Literacy Month

 

2015 UAA Student Showcase and Leadership Conference

 

Join a focus group for Cuddy Hall facility renewal

 

Celebrating undergraduate research and creativity

Kolaiah Baker and Anna Hamre

Spring is a time for fresh growth and renewal, both in the community and here at UAA, where students share their scholarly and artistic creations during the Student Showcase and Undergraduate Research & Discovery Symposium.

‘I created my home away from home’

Crystalyn Lemieux

Crystal Lemieux cried after moving from her coastal hometown to attend college in Anchorage. Six years later, she's living a life she created that's rich with possibility and experiences she will carry with her after she graduates.

Bush flying basics: To land or not to land

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With so much to see—and so few roads to get you there—bush flying is a necessary industry in Alaska. UAA's elective course 'Flying the Alaska Bush' provides interested aviators the know-how to land safely on glaciers, riverbeds, beaches and fields (and, just as importantly, how to take off again).

Philosophy undergraduates tackle heaven and hell, humans and time, discourse and Title IX

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Three philosophy students talk about their undergraduate research and what earning that specific degree means to them. Sampler: How to cultivate an open mind, how to apply ethics to every day life, how to see the world in a new light.

Bilingual mentor aids international students

Nayade Perez

When she learned her family was moving from the Dominican Republic to Anchorage, a young Nayade Perez promptly shredded her passport. She's now spent the majority of her life up North and recently earned a Student Diversity Award for her work helping UAA's latest arrivals adjust to life in Alaska.