September 2015 Archive

Thesis defense: 'The inter-relationships among diet, fattening and the gut microbial community of the arctic ground squirrel,' Sept. 17


Fall 2015: Knitting and crocheting group meets in Cuddy Hall every Thursday


Fall 2015: Deaf coffee and ASL chat every Friday in SSB


Sept. 22–24, 2015: Basic physical defense for women


Fall 2015: Join the Walk Alaska Challenge by for chance to win a Fitbit


Making an EXIT

Student artist paints mural on Atrs building stairwell.

On Sept. 11, art student Zachariah Martin will unveil his addition to the EXIT Art Project—a student-crafted permanent gallery that capitalizes on a little-known corner of the Fine Arts Building. His mural is a sweep of Alaska Native contemporary culture, fourth in the series.

Math Emporium: 'This can really change the culture'

Math Emporium

Learning math that's a prerequisite for UAA course offerings can be a frustrating experience. A Math Emporium experiment, however, could help students find secure footing in the world of numbers.

Welcome to the Class of 2019 (Are we really there, already!)

Campus Kick-Off 2015

Last week, 2,542 new students walked through the doors at UAA. Of those, 1,140 are Anchorage-area freshmen. Some 135 are from out of state. And continuing a trend, this class is more diverse than ever.

Wells Fargo Sports Complex reopens after first update in 37 years

Alan Piccard and Julie Weber

Time to take a good look at the newly revamped Wells Fargo Sports Complex. You'd feel pretty good too, getting a facelift after 36 years. The sports complex opened in 1978 to serve a campus clustered around the Cuddy Quad. Now, UAA stretches east a mile!

Submit web time sheets before 5 p.m. Friday, Sept. 4, 2015


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