September 2017 Archive

Apply to speak at Fall 2017 graduation ceremonies

Applications are now available to submit to serve as the Student Commencement Speaker or the Graduate Degree Hooding Ceremony Speaker. Applications due by Oct. 13, 2017.

UA Foundation seeks nominations for 2018 Edith R. Bullock Prize for Excellence; deadline is Dec. 1, 2017

The University of Alaska Foundation is now accepting nominations for the 2018 Edith R. Bullock Prize for Excellence. The award of $15,000 is presented to an individual who has demonstrated excellence in support of the University of Alaska. Any UA student, faculty, staff or volunteer who has made a significant contribution to the university’s mission is eligible to be nominated for the prize. Nominations are due Dec. 1, 2017.

Apply for a service or leadership award; deadline is Oct. 13, 2017

Applications are currently available for the Seawolf Student Leader Award, Seawolf Community Service Award and UAA Leadership Honors. Apply by Oct. 13, 2017.

'Chasing the Ghost Particle' - Oct. 13, 2017


As Alaska’s largest planetarium, the UAA Planetarium & Visualization Theater is an immersive place to explore the world around us. See what’s playing at the UAA full-dome Friday, Oct. 13.

Sept. 27, 2017: Seminar on translating health research question into workable study


Meet the UAA Latino Student Union - Sept. 28, 2017


Math degree takes ANSEP grad back to Emmonak


After ANSEP internships through UAF, a math degree from UAA, and an education master's from UAS, Jessica Hunt is right back where she started in Emmonak, Alaska, teaching every level of high school math in her home community on the Yukon River.

Family Pack Pass to all UAA regular season games is only $200


Season tickets for all 2017-18 University of Alaska Anchorage sports are on sale now! New ticket purchases are available at UAA employees can take advantage of the SeaPups season pass (youth ages 3-18) for $50 and the Family Pack Pass for $200 ($300 for general public).

Sept. 27, 2017: Information session on stress/weight connection


UAA History and Alaska Native Studies partner for Fall 2017 lecture series