May 2015 Archive

Thesis defense: 'To pup or not to pup? Using physiology and dive behavior to answer the Weddell seal's overwintering question,' June 8


Last day for JV purchases at the bookstore is June 26, 2015


Summer 2015: Food preservation classes offered


Capstone projects: A window into how students think about the larger world

Capstone team for 'Engineering on Display'

This capstone team designed dashboards that will display energy use in the new engineering building when it opens in the fall. Their work saved on the building's budget, between $40,000 and $70,000, according to the Siemens expert who worked with them.

Postcards Home from China: Climbing the Great Wall


Day One in China: Climb the Great Wall. A UAA economics class is in China to study globalization and to consider Alaska-China business opportunities. Read their stories in this special series of Postcards Home.

'I was forced to rush between classes on foot'

Kyle Ekstrand

Kyle Ekstrand once created a grade-threatening headache by inadvertently scheduling two classes a mile's walk apart. He and his fellow MIS student, Brian Smith, hope to prevent that hassle for other students with their UAA Maps capstone project.

A tree tour to pine for. Fir real.

Tree Tour

Spring has arrived in Anchorage! UAA's grounds team provides self-guided tree tours all year long, but there are few better times to enjoy our urban forest than in spring. Stop by and tour our officially recognized Tree Campus USA soon, home to the Alaska’s largest variety of tree species on public land.

May 2015 titles from UA Press: 'Attu Boy' and 'Exploring and Mapping Alaska'


Summer 2015: Varsity Sports Grill patio now open


Summer 2015: Union Station Coffee Shop open


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