May 2017 Archive
June 9, 2017: Understand how things impact the bottom line with 'Finance for Non-Financial People' training
Join us June 9 and learn how to analyze and interpret financial statements, as well as the language associated with financial data.
UAA civil engineering alumnus: 'We’re creating something out of thin air, making it happen'
Seventeen years ago, Chong Kim graduated from UAA with a bachelor's degree in civil engineering. Now, he works for the Alaska Department of Transportation, helming a project that will help relieve traffic woes in the Dimond area.
Visiting elders add student support at Kenai Peninsula College
At Kenai Peninsula College, septuagenarian elders live side-by-side with teenage students during parts of the school year, adding a taste of home and an extra boost of student support for the school's many Native and rural students.
2017 Summer Construction and Heavy Maintenance map
Construction season is underway in Alaska, and the UAA campus is no exception. Several upcoming projects will impact campus and the surrounding areas.
Air Force ROTC commissions four new second lieutenants
The University of Alaska Anchorage’s Air Force ROTC program recently commissioned four Second Lieutenants into the United States Air Force. Lieutenants Franklin Durr, Ambrose Morris, Keith Thompson, and Brenden Wehde all successfully completed the Air Force ROTC program at Detachment 001 after years of dedication to academics, physical fitness, and leadership training.