April 2017 Archive

Spring 2017: Participate in research survey about Open Educational Resources


Studying homelessness, helping people heal

Rebecca Robinson

Homelessness can overwhelm anyone, especially people who have suffered childhood trauma. UAA psychology researchers are now seeking new insights for interacting with trauma-challenged people.

May 5, 2017: Clay Body Club annual spring sale


This semi-annual pottery sale will showcase functional and sculptural ceramic works created by UAA students and faculty. Open to the general public.

Lemonade Day Alaska needs volunteers for April 15, 2017


Spring 2017: Get outside with UAA Employee Wellness


Registration now open for Fall 2017


April 13, 2017: Daniel Mahoney discusses Solzhenitsyn's 'The Gulag Archipelago'

Professor Mahoney will explore Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn’s The Gulag Archipelago, at once a great literary work and an unparalleled witness to the totalitarian ravages of the bodies and souls of human beings. This remarkably capacious book includes historical discussions, personal reminiscences of Solzhenitsyn's time in the Soviet camps, political reflections and philosophical meditations.

April 14, 2017: Webinar on colleges in states who have legalized marijuana


April 7, 2017: Don't miss Student Showcase presentations in Rasmuson Hall


Please join us for the 33rd Student Showcase Conference on Friday, April 7 in Rasmuson Hall. Twenty-three outstanding UAA students will be presenting their work in a TED Talk-style program. Check out the schedule at uaa.alaska.edu/showcase.

Absurdist comedy 'Picasso at the Lapin Agile' runs through April 9, 2017


This fast-paced absurdist comedy, by the legendary comedian Steve Martin, places Albert Einstein and Pablo Picasso in a Parisian cafe in 1904, just before Einstein transformed physics with his theory of relativity and Picasso set the art world on fire with cubism.

April Archive