July 2015 Archive

UAA and Northrim Bank partner to offer local commercial lending training


Professor Landry Signé publishes articles on the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals and on China’s oil strategy in Africa


Career Services Center commemorates 20 years with BBQ - July 22, 2015


2015 Northern Renaissance Arts & Sciences Readings


Announcing the Northern Renaissance Arts & Sciences Readings schedule, presented in conjunction with the UAA MFA Summer Residency program. Celebrate the arts with nine nights of literary readings by UAA faculty and guests.

Celebrate Japanese culture at annual summer festival - Aug. 1, 2015


UAA nursing professor Angelia Trujillo receives 'Journal of Forensic Nursing' Education Article of the Year Award


CAS anthropology emeriti to co-chair 2016 SfAA Program


UAA Kids' College summer coding camp lures eager kids

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Simple blocks of code and the prospect of creating their own graphic novels, mobile apps and Minecraft characters are motivating kids between the ages of 8-15 to grow their technical expertise while having fun, at UAA's Kids' College summer camp classes.

Connecting the dots between community and career


Leah Boltz has big, bold visions for the future of Alaska. It’s evident in everything she does, from her grassroots initiatives in Anchorage to her career in statewide community-building to her involvement with the Alumni of Distinction selection committee.

Party for Pluto


After a 3-billion-mile trip that consumed nearly a decade, NASA's New Horizons spacecraft made history with its close approach to the last planet on the edge of our solar system, Pluto. People gathered Tuesday at UAA to commemorate the historic occasion by watching a movie about Pluto and cheering news of the craft's safe journey.

July Archive