December 2015 Archive

Fall 2015: Union Station will be open through Dec. 23 before closing for winter break

 

Spring 2016: Travel to Juneau as part of the USUAA Legislative Advocacy Team

The USUAA Legislative Advocacy Team travels to Juneau each year to meet with legislators, lobbyists and key personnel to voice the concerns of the UAA student body on various legislative issues.

A reminder about office holiday decorations

 

Jan. 8, 2016: Truman Scholarship application deadline

 

Meet the candidates for Student Affairs Research Data Analyst - Dec. 10, 2015

 

Five international awards and recognitions for Professor Landry Signé

 

New book from UAA Professor Kristin Hanson explores how religions interact

 

December grad: Commencement speaker Ruddy Abam

Ruddy Abam

First-generation college student Ruddy Abam has carved an impressive track through UAA. With work on Judicial Board and Diversity Action Council, a semester interning in Juneau and an Honors thesis she presented in Seattle, she can now add Commencement speaker as one final accolade.

Harry Potter and the 400-level English class

Harry Potter Class

It’s 8:30 on a Monday morning. The professor poses a question and dozens of students, with the academic enthusiasm of Hermione Granger, shoot their hands in the air. It's early, but these students aren't under an energy charm or knowledge spell. They just love Harry Potter.

New book by Heather Hudson captures Alaska's can-do approach to telecommunications

Heather Hudson

"Connecting Alaskans" by Heather Hudson captures the tenacity and creativity Alaskans demonstrated as they fought to get their frontier state connected to the world via phone, radio, television and satellite.