January 2017 Archive

UAA DNP alumna: 'Vivitrol's the path to an opioid-free life...it gets you clean'


A monthly injection of Vivitrol calms cravings for heroin, giving real help to addicts emerging from prison and, as UAA DNP alumna Jyll Green discovered, providing a good chance of keeping them from going back behind bars.

Seawolf gymnasts make home debut Friday and Monday vs. UW-Stout

UAA gymnasts make their home debut with two matches against University of Wisconsin-Stout on Friday, Jan. 20 and Monday, Jan. 23. Both matches start at 7 p.m. in the Alaska Airlines Center. Tickets are free for UAA students and $8 for UAA staff, faculty and alumni.

UAA M.F.A. alumna wins Alaska State Writer Laureate honor

Ernestine Hayes

Education cultivated Ernestine Hayes' talent for expressing joys and heartaches she has experienced because of her Tlingit identity. Now, the UAA M.F.A. alumna is being recognized with the honor of serving as Alaska State Writer Laureate.

Jan. 25, 2017: Volunteers needed for Project Homeless Connect


Jan. 22, 2017: World-renowned Kung-Fu troupe Wulin Hanyun to play first-ever Alaska show


Jan. 20, 2017: UAA community invited to dialogue on 'Academia in the Age of Trump'


Video: Meet Seawolf debater John Macy


John Macy, a UAA philosophy student, was first introduced to Seawolf Debate through a local debate competition. With zero previous debating experience, he decided to participate in a debate on the topic of "Consumers have a duty to buy locally." He won (a $500 Kaladi Brothers Coffee gift card!!!) and has been hooked on debate ever since. Meet John Macy.

Where the welded things are

Art Welding Class

Meet the power-welding grannies of UAA. Cloaked in face masks, surrounded by sizzles and sparks, the nontraditional students in this one-week short course, offered by UAA's welding and non-destructive testing program, move in when the students head out.

Jan. 19-20, 2017: TIAA-CREF representative on campus


Coaches vs. Cancer challenge continues at Jan. 21 basketball game


January Archive