May 2016 Archive
Bringing the world to the 49th state
As the state's international tourism marketer, Jesse Carlstrom, M.B.A. '12, directs his high energy and love for his home state towards ensuring folks from New Zealand to Japan to Scotland find their way to Alaska.
UAA Archives seeks family, community photos
Got photos? UAA's Archives and Special Collections might be interested in putting some of your donated photos into Alaska's Digital Archives, with the hope of growing diversity in its collection and opening new possibilities for researchers.
Bullock Prize winner Bruno Kappes bids UAA 'au revoir mais pas adieu'
After 37 years spent teaching, researching and managing a private practice, Bruno Kappes retires with accolades and a rich history in Alaska.
Meet me at the rainbow cave
The Alaska Quad is an easy-to-miss secret garden behind the Fine Arts Building, populated with student sculptures just waiting to be discovered. Take a stroll in the sunshine and explore the many mysteries of this often overlooked corner of campus.