June 2017 Archive

UA launches phishing awareness program


June 9, 2017: Bioinformatics Working Group features special presentation by Nathalie Poupin from the French National Institute for Agricultural Research


KBC hosts Festival of Literary Readings in conjunction with writers' conference - June 10–12, 2017

The Festival of Literary Readings, in conjunction with the 16th annual Kachemak Bay Writers’ Conference, will be held the evenings of June 10-12 in Homer. Sixteen nationally-recognized visiting and Alaskan novelists, essayists and poets will read from their work each evening.

Summer 2017: English Conversation Group meetings

The English Conversation Group at the UAA Learning Commons is an informal get-together for people who want to practice their conversational English skills. The group meets every Wednesday and Friday, noon–1 p.m., in Sally Monserud Hall, Room 115.

Woody Woodgate is UAA recipient of Staff Make Students Count Award

The Staff Make Students Count Award recognizes university staff members who provide outstanding service to students anywhere in the University of Alaska system.

June 12, 2017: Meet with 'Becoming a Student-Ready College' author Tia Brown McNair

'Becoming a Student-Ready College' provides a new perspective on creating institutional value and facilitating student success. Author Tia Brown McNair will visit UAA the week of June 12, 2017.

June 2017 surplus sale at UAA


Shop for surplus electronics, furniture and more. Drop by the UAA Warehouse (4111 Ingra St.) anytime during the sale (Friday, June 9, 10 a.m.–2 p.m.) to browse the selection.

Alumni Drive closure - June 12–25, 2017


From June 12 to June 25, Alumni Drive will be closed between the Fine Arts Building and the Administration/Humanities Building. This closure is to accommodate repair work to campus storm drains. The Fine Arts Building and East Lot will be accessible from the north.

Passion for Spanish, mentoring motivates Fulbright winner


As a baby, Nicole listened to her step-grandmother speaking Spanish to relatives back home. Now, the UAA English-and-economics alumna is an adult whose passion for the language will soon bring her to Asturias, Spain, as a Fulbright English teaching assistant.

Johnsen responds to staff governance compensation requests


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