June 2015 Archive

UAA researcher Patrick Dulin develops app to help people with alcohol abuse disorders


Measles case confirmed in Fairbanks; please review your vaccinations


Learning Resources Center services temporarily relocated June 22–24


Career Services Center will be closed midday June 16 and 17


Viva Rock Vegas

Toroweap in the Grand Canyon

Take 11 Alaskans, pack them into a big white van for 10 days, drive 1,600 miles across three states and you have the basic recipe for GEOL 382, a biennial summer field trip to the American Southwest and its diverse, accessible and amazing roadside geology.

UAA geography students bring Japanese tsunami lessons home to Anchorage


We all remember the incredible earthquake and tsunami that struck eastern Japan in 2011. This past May, 10 UAA geography students and two professors spent a week there to learn how the Japanese prepare and prevail through such a devastating upheaval.

Postcards Home from China: Navigating the exotic, but finding the familiar


Jacob Haworth's first impression of China was how crowded it was. But on second glance, he also found the familiar in families and community relationships.

Sheep hearts and 'crime scenes' spark interest in science


Sheep hearts, fingerprints and crime scenes lead Mat-Su College's Summer Science Academy students into a world of science (and science credit) that just might engage there interest and propel them toward life-changing careers in health.

New ISER publication: 'An Introduction to Alaska Fiscal Facts and Choices'


Dissertation defense: 'Parental perceptions of play: The influences of parent gender, gender role attitudes and parenting styles on parent attitudes of child play,' June 18


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