Richard Cionco, praised by Donal Henahan of The New York Times for his "sensitive pianism," has performed across the US, in Europe, and Japan. Don't miss his performance on May 5, 2017 in the UAA Recital Hall.
April 2017 Archive
New ISER report: How do Alaskans cover their medical bills?
The Affordable Care Act (ACA) has been at the top of the news lately, with Congress considering but then dropping proposed changes. Congress will try again to change the ACA—but it's uncertain how or when. A new overview by Linda Leask, Rosyland Frazier and Jessica Passini of the Institute of Social and Economic Research (ISER) brings together information from many sources to describe health care coverage Alaskans have now, and how ACA provisions have changed that coverage.
Congratulations to Roxi Valentine, winner of the Admin Professional of the Year Award
Roxi Valentine is the winner for the UAA Campus Bookstore 20th Annual Admin Professional of the Year Award. Roxi has been an administrative assistant for the numerous programs within the School of Allied Health and has supported its growth, as it expanded from three departments to 11 departments over 20 years. Her service to everyone in the UAA community is outstanding!
Seawolves rebound queen heads for graduation
School and sports are always intertwined for Sierra Afoa. So, now that's she's ticked off her graduation requirements (a yearlong internship, a 3.72 GPA), it makes sense to leave the team a season early and "take the next step forward" in her social work career.
UAA to host two-day ePortfolio Intensive in May 2017
As our eWolf community continues to grow, we invite you to join your colleagues for the two-day ePortfolio Intensive in May 2017 to see what’s happening across campus and to discover new ways to use portfolios in your classroom or for your own professional uses.