November 2017 Archive

2016-17 UAA Research and Creative Activity Survey now open

The UAA Faculty Senate is conducting a survey to compile all research and creative activity produced at UAA during the last academic year (2016-17). Please respond by Nov. 29, 2017.

Dec. 2, 2017: Women's basketball faces Northwest Nazarene


Proposals for 2018 Earth Matters on Stage Symposium due Nov. 30

We welcome creative and innovative proposals on environmental subjects for the 2018 Earth Matters on Stage Symposium. Submit by Nov. 30, 2017.

Nov. 27-Dec. 1, 2017: UAA Surplus Sale and departmental selection


Don't miss the next Surplus Sale at the UAA Warehouse (4111 Ingra Street). The sale will be open to the public Friday, Dec. 1, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Nov. 28, 2017: CBPP hosts public forum on value of education in democratic society


UAA student Samantha M. Mack receives 2018 U.S. Rhodes Scholarship

Samantha Mack

UAA alumna and graduate student Samantha M. Mack is the first student from the University of Alaska to receive a prestigious U.S. Rhodes Scholarship. An Aleut woman from King Cove, Samantha studies political theory from an indigenous and feminist perspective. She plans to pursue an M.Phil. in Politics at Oxford.

Dec. 1, 2017: WWAMI Professor Max Kullberg presents 'Enhancing Cancer Immunotherapy with Complement Targeted Nanoparticles'

Join us for Dec. 1, 2017 for the next UAA Biological Sciences seminar, "Enhancing Cancer Immunotherapy with Complement Targeted Nanoparticles" presented by Max Kullberg.

Masters of balance: TJ Wagoner and Tyler Fenton discuss juggling school and business


It wasn’t long ago that UAA students TJ Wagoner and Tyler Fenton were young boys making snowboard videos in their backyard. But the two entrepreneurs have carved a name for themselves and their videography business, 2 Core Films, in Alaska’s wedding industry.

Mechanical Engineering faculty search committee meets Nov. 29, 2017


Fall 2017 showcase highlights graduate research in transportation engineering


Learn about graduate research in transportation engineering. Posters will be on display Nov. 27–Dec. 1; students will discuss projects at noon each day.

November Archive