September 2015 Archive

Q-and-A: Jeane Breinig, UAA interim associate vice chancellor for Alaska Natives & Diversity

Jeane Breinig

UAA's Dr. Jeane Breinig has taken on a new role: acting as an advocate for Alaska Natives and diversity, with the goal of increasing the numbers of underrepresented people who want to join—and stay—in the ranks of the university's students and faculty.

Harnessing the wind in Igiugig for village-sized energy alternatives


A UAA engineering professor and his colleague at Stanford are teaming up with residents of a Bristol Bay-area village to test the effectiveness of smaller, vertical axis wind turbines to generate lower-cost energy in the village. Find out how an array of these smaller wind turbines behave like a school of fish.

UAA professor Landry Signe honored as one of JCI's 'Ten Outstanding Young Persons of the World'


New coffee location now open in ConocoPhillips Integrated Science Building


Sept. 24, 2015: The Role of Foundations in Philanthropy & Placemaking in Community

What is philanthropy? Who is responsible for creating the community that we want to live in, and what part do foundations play? A new civic engagement and philanthropy class invites you to a panel and discussion of "The Role of Foundations in Philanthropy & Placemaking in Community" [...]

Fall 2015: Submit Interlibrary Loan requests before holiday mail rush


Management and Marketing Club hosts Scott Habberstad, Sept. 29


2015 UAA Health Fair


CBPP launches third cohort of Leadership Fellows


Jazz Week Benefit Concert - Sept. 30, 2015


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