June 2015 Archive

July 2015: Emergency preparedness workshop

 

UAA receives largest in-kind donation in university system history

 

Building the eWolf pack! Accounts go live June 23, 2015

 

Congratulations to Roxanne Swallows, 2015 Bill Rose Memorial Award Winner

 

SU Gallery: 'r' on display through Aug. 27, 2015

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June 23, 2015: Study Abroad 101 session

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Take the first step in planning for an international educational experience as part of your UAA degree program—attend the next Study Abroad 101 information session!

'She is this little bundle of energy'

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Dr. Cindy Trussell grew up in New Hampshire but architecture, Australia, bird songs and biology brought her to Alaska's famed Emerald Isle to convey her love of biology, chemistry and nutrition to students at Kodiak College.

Postcards Home from China: Of pandas, bottled water and soft pillows

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UAA journalism student Wesley Early tells it like it is in China, from lazy pandas to too few showers to the first soft pillow in days.

Around the world with ConocoPhillips

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Global supply chain students have an employment pipeline in Anchorage thanks to the strong intern relationship between UAA and ConocoPhillips Alaska. The oil company operates in 23 countries around the globe, and as part of the global supply chain, employees get the chance to move around quite a bit, too.

How money messes with our minds

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Traditional finance theory: People always make rational decisions when it comes to money. Not, says UAA finance professor John Nofsinger. He's made an academic and professional writing career helping humans keep their emotions out of their finances.