July 2015 Archive

Thesis defense: 'Public archaeology as an integral component of the Central Aleutians Archaeological Project,' Aug. 20


Fall 2015: UAA Drive full closure


August at the UAA Campus Bookstore


Fall 2015: Get your message to students moving into the residence halls


University of Alaska names Jim Johnsen as new president


Culinary Boot Camp: It's all about technique and stamina

Doebler with another kitchen technique as practiced by the best. Here, Mary Augustine, a sophomore from Kwethuluk, third from right, and Adolph Henry Jr, 18, from Eek, far left, take it all in.

Ten high school students from villages along the Lower Kuskokwim River in southwest Alaska came to Anchorage for a culinary boot camp at UAA, learning knife techniques, sanitation and nutrition. Find out what they did after class.

Homegrown hip hop

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Alumni-owned Underground Dance Company is the local home for Alaska-grown hip hop. Since opening the studio, alumnus Gabe Harvey and his top team have popped and locked at both Anchorage events and international competitions, always living by the studio motto: "Dance without regrets."

Data tick toward the positive for young Alaskans in 20th anniversary of Kids Count


Trends over the past 20 years, as recorded in annual KIDS COUNT reports, show the welfare of Alaska children is improving in three key areas. ISER researchers did the analysis.

Community “I AM UAA”: Skinny Raven Sports

Emma Bohman, a UAA alumna working at Skinny Raven Sports

UAA runners and their coaches have long known about Skinny Raven Sports, finding shoes and other gear to help them excel. The Anchorage running store reaches out to UAA as well: it helped the university buy a state-of-the-art performance and rehabilitation treadmill and its name is on the "Raven's Nest" running track at the Alaska Airlines Center.

2015 UAA REU Program Closing Symposium – July 30


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