April 2016 Archive

Languages open house to celebrate 2015-16 graduates, April 8


President Johnsen to hold campus forums on Strategic Pathways


Seeking nominations for the 2016 UAA Campus Bookstore Admin Professional of the Year Award


Mapworks is now Single Sign-On


Alice Choi: 'I want to make a personal connection with others'

Alice Choi

Inspiration from her beloved grandparents guided Alice Choi toward a bachelor’s degree in biological sciences and motivated her to choose dentistry as her future career.

Faculty Research Showcase April 5-8: Of bikers, abused children and resilience


Ready for a faculty full-court press? Expect it, and enjoy it, at the 3rd annual UAA Faculty Research and Creative Activity Showcase Thursday and Friday. Motorcycles included.

She commuted from Nome for one class that changed her life


Pearl Johnson had so many questions about ancestral lands, Native corporations, and ANCSA that she couldn't find answers to until she stumbled on Willie Hensley's class on contemporary Alaska Native history and policy. It was worth every airline mile and plane ticket from Nome.

Q-and-A with 'Stalking the Bogeyman' director

Brian Cook

'Stalking the Bogeyman' has more than just a challenging and dark topic, mostly hidden away in our culture. It also has a changing script, as playwrights David Holthouse and Markus Potter fine-tuned the production for its West Coast premiere.

ISER hires two faculty economists


Farewell to Dr. Dewain Lee, Dean of Students and Associate Vice Chancellor for Student Development


April Archive