May 2015 Archive

2015 Bike to Work Day


May 2015: Latest news from the UAA Justice Center


Celebrate Arbor Day and Tree Campus USA – May 29, 2015

Celebrate Arbor Day and Tree Campus USA next Friday, May 29. Learn about selecting, planting and growing fruit trees in Anchorage. Come attend a PowerPoint presentation at noon in Rasmuson Hall, Room 111, followed by a hands-on demonstration and tree planting on the south side of Allied Health Sciences Building at 1 p.m. T-shirts and hats are available to the first 30 tree-planting volunteers.

UAA appoints O’Malley as new Atwood Chair of Journalism


Annual '5/29 College Savings Day' offers excellent time for families to start saving


After 40 years at 'Big Blue,' Randy Moulic came north to teach

Randy Moulic

Remember when a computer beat chess grandmaster Garry Kasparov in 1997? Randy Moulic was there. After 40 years at IBM, he now teaches electrical engineering and computer science at UAA,

Postcards Home from China: Globalization and business opportunities


Nine UAA economics students are headed to China as part of a summer class on globalization and business opportunities between China and Alaska. They'll share adventures, research and cultural visits to the Great Wall, the Forbidden City and the Terracotta Warriors.

Exploring ways to weave Arctic indigenous culture with commerce

2015-05-08-Chantae Kochuten

Chantae Kochuten grew up living a subsistence lifestyle in the Aleutians. Now, she's learned the global-scale importance of respecting indigenous lifestyles in a changing region.

M.F.A. grad shares how to 'Find the Good'


Heather Lende has raised a family and built a career in Haines, Alaska, where she works as the local paper's obituary writer. The bestselling author will stop at the University Bookstore this Thursday on her national book tour, sharing life lessons from her latest work on life and death in a small town.

2015 Kachemak Bay Writers' Conference


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